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Diabetes patient. Taking Eurepa MF, Amaryl. Blood sugar test done. How to control diabetes?

Hi sir I am presently taking Eurepa MF 1 one before breafast and one before dinner I am diabetic since 10 yrs and was taking Amaryl 1 mg two times before but since last 3 months diabetes is uncontrolled I changed the medicine 8 days before today I tested on glucomter fasting was 159 and post meal was 263 I am taking proper diet but due to XXX unable to do walking much how can I control my diabetes
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Your sugar levels are still very high.
The dose of amaryl being taken by you is very low.
You should increase the dose of amaryl bit in consultation with your doctor.
If in spite of best efforts by your doctor to control your sugar levels by oral anti diabetics fail,you should not hesitate in switching to injectable insulin but must be done under supervision and advise of your doctor.
Do regular exercises ,avoid sugar and take frequent small meals.
It will be better for you if you take the help of a diabetologist.

Answered: Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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