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Diabetes, weakness, blisto 1mf, stressed, giddiness. Can medicines be stopped?

hi. im 35 is tablets r must for diabetes i feel weak n helples wen i take blisto 1mf twice a day cant diabetes be kept in controll only by healthy lifestyle n exersice my hba1c was 9.6 mean 238 i was stressed a lot n was out of proper diet my rbs is fluctuating sometimes its 106 sometimes 160 i don ve any problem except light guiddines sometimes very rare
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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Diabetes is called as silent killer disease because people suffering from it generally feel no symptoms as in your case.
However you must control your diabetes meticulously as uncontrolled diabetes can lead to various complications involving heart,kidney,eyes,nervous system etc.
Adopting healthy life style and doing regular exercises is very important in controlling diabetes,however if they prove to be insufficient to control your diabetes then you have take anti diabetic drugs whether oral or parental.
Light giddiness may be early warning to you as it can be because of hypertension or cervical spondylitis.
You must consult your doctor and get a thorough check up and take proper treatment.
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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