Blood Sugar Not Under Control

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sunderlal Says:
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I am 53yrs old male.I was detected with DM2 3 yrs back.I am on medication since then. In April, doctor advised me to take Galvus met 50/850mg before breakfast and Metformin SR 850mg in d evening. But since last 1 mnth my blood sugar levels suddenly shot up to Fasting 190 and PP 230. suggest me the correct dosage. My lipid profile and B.P. are nomal.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sunderlal! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having.

What types of foods do you usually eat? Anything sweet, including fruits and anything heavy in fat will cause your blood sugar to be elevated.

How much exercise do you get? That is also vital to helping to keep your sugar under control.

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rick Says:
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My blood sugar is 540. I took 15 units of huliman 70/30. What should I do now? Check again and take more if it doesn't go down?

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