Amaryl 1 Mg Before Breakfast & Galvus Met 50/500 After Lunch.

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Bhaskar B. Says:


I am suffering from Diabetes Type II from last 4 month. My blood sugar label is then Fasting 207 & PP is 327. I go to a MD doctor. He prescribe me. amryl 1 mg before breakfast & Galvs Met 50/500 just after lunch. Now i test my sugger laber. Fasting is - 90 & PP is 109. Can i stop any of these medicines. or suggest me any alternative Medicine or reduce these medicine?



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Rajesh Kumar Agarwal Says:

I am suffering from Diabetes Type II from last 9 years. My blood sugar label is then Fasting 270 & PP is 327. I go to a MD doctor. He prescribe me. after breakfast Galvs Met 50/500 and after dinner one tablat galvs Met 50.500 . also prescribe Ryzodag insulin 35 unit before breake fast and 30 unit after before dinner.Now i test my sugger laber. Fasting is - 270-280 & PP is 330.what to do. Can i stop any of these medicines. or suggest me any alternative Medicine or reduce these medicine?


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