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suraj Says:


I been using Galvus 50mg + Glucophage 500mg since 6 months I have my blood sugar level only 150 maximum. Is that ok to use both tablets? I use Galvus only at night.



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Suraj!

In many cases multiple medications are used to help control blood sugar levels in diabetics, some people don't respond to just one.

What has your doctor advised you to do? Are they aware that you are taking both of them?

Learn more Glucophage details here.

150 is a good number.

Have you had any instances of hypoglycemia?

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whisperingsage Says:

The nutrition supports for blood sugar imbalance are more protein in your diet, excercise, reduce the refined carbs! Protein doesn't raise blood sugar, and fats don't raise blood suger. Get magnesium 400-800 mgt daily- in a Mg glycinate (for no loosening of stools) or mg citrate (if you need loosening of stools) from one of the vitamin companies. Also look up diabetes in the research section of the Vitamin D council online. These changes will allow you to reduce the amounts of diabetic meds in general. You should be wanting to normalize your health. Also, look up the Weston a Price studies on the healthiest peoples in the world.

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