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Is it ok to not take medicine for diabetes and exercise a lot ?

Is it ok to not take medicine for diabetes and exercise a lot? I have type 2diabete .my sugar goes very well when i do activites and regular exercises. i don t like to take medecine at all but i don t know when my glucose level going fine do i have to take medecine still ? last night on tv show i saw when body stop to produce insulin and then glucose goes high , affect immune system which increase complication in future. and what kind of sexual cause effect?when i am perfect with my sugar level do my body still needs any insulin ?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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If you are a diabetic, you need continuous treatment. Talk to your doctor, go for regular foloow ups and check sugar levels regularly. Do not neglect the disease. It willlead to major complications later.

Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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