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Diabetic. On Metroprolol, pantosec, ecospirin, deplatt, Rampril, Wosulin, nothing helps. Treatment?

I am saidarao.I am suffering with sugar since 23 years.recently 6 mconths back 2 stunts operated in australia.we retuned back india.after came back sugar is not controlled.
IN AUSTRALIA

MORNINg
Metroprolol-100 mg,pantosec-40mg, ecospirin-100mg , deplatt-75mg, sugar ki triglycomate
AFTERNOON
JANUMET-1000

NIGHT
Rampril2.5mg, Rosuvastatin. crestor-20mg, metroprolol-100mg. Wosulin 50/50 -30 units

IN INDIA

After heart doctor+sugar doctor check up

MORNING

CERUVIN-AF 75+150, pentab-40mg, telpres H40, Dilzem SR 90, Mecofol-plus NF, Melmet SR 500, wosulin50/50 20 units.

AFTERNOON
glycomettrio 2 mg

NIGHT
Stanlip-145mg, Zyloric, Storvas 40mg , wosulin50/50 -30 units, melmet ŞŘ 500
At present these all using but sugar is not control.so please advise me what changes we have to do?

Thanking you sir
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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Hello,
Controlling the sugar requires a multiprong therapy which encompasses not only proper anti diabetic medications but regular exercises and proper dietary control.
For control of your diabetes either the dose of WOSULIN can be increased or a combination of long acting insulin like LANTUS in the night and short acting insulin like ASPART before every meal.
You have to keep consulting your diabetologist for regular modification of dose or type of anti diabetic medications.
In addition,medicine like VOGLIBOSE can be added,which acts entirely differently from the drugs you are taking now.
With effort,your sugar levels can definitely be managed.
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Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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