Glycomet Gp1 Morning And Metformin Sr 500 At Night

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Satya Narayan Mohapatra Says:


My sugar level fbs is 144 and pp is 177. Give me advice about the medicine.
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My blood sugar level isbelow 110/200.no BP. I am taking glycomat gp1 in morning and maxformine 20/150 and glycomat gp1in night. Please suggest.

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