Diabetes And Bentyl

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DVD Says:
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I was given this drug three days ago Ever since my blood sugar has been out of control Usually that only happens if i take a steroid

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Verwon Says:

Hello, DVD! How are you doing? Have things gotten any better?

This is generally used to treat gastric issues, so it could be affecting the absorption of food, or other medications that take you.

Learn more Dicycloverine details here.

What do you take for your diabetes?

Have you discussed the problem with your doctor?

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DVD Says:
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Yes things got back to normal about 7 days after starting it thanks for asking. I did speak with a doctor in the er see I'm traveling and a long way from home. He said it should not do that otherwise pretty vague about the whole situation. I find the health care in Arizona pretty bad. But thankfully back to normal!

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