Janumet And Amaryl Tablet Fir Diabetes 2

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Abubakr sidahmed Says:


I use of amaryl for 12 years with other medications but level remained uncontrolled recently my doc perscribed janumet 1000 twice a day with amaryl 6 ..sugar level stated to get down but sometimes to 50 when I start feeling hypo symptoms. I am male 64 yrs and use insulin lentus 40/day as well ...which one to reduce or eliminate



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Abubakr! How are you?

Sorry about the hypoglycemic symptoms, those can be quite awful.

As to which one to reduce though, you should consult your doctor. They would be the person best able to advise you on that.

When does it usually happen, after using the insulin, or one of the others?

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