My Father In Law Aged 74 Years Is A Diabetic Patient And Taking Gluconorm Pg 2 Since Last 7 His Glucose Level Ok But Now Become A Paralised

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Subhash Kumar Saha Says:


my father in law aged 74 years is a diabetic patient and taking gluconorm pg 2 since last 7years. His glucose level is OK but now become a paralised patient. Does Gluconorm PG 2 creat Paralisis?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Subhash! How are you?

No, the medication shouldn't cause that.

Has a doctor been consulted?

How bad is the paralysis?

Diabetes can cause many complications, even if someone's sugar levels seem to be under control. So, it could be due to some nerve damage, or other injury.

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