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Diabetes, have nausea, stomach pain, drowsiness post taking GP2, Glycomet. Will it subside gradually?

i am a type 2 diabetes patient . my doctor has given my GP2 before breakfast and Glycomet 850 3 times after meal. my fasting is 193 and PP is 290. i started medicine from yesterday. i am feeling nausea , stomach pain and drowsy. am at office and a to executive. i have high diabetes in my father s clan. my weight is 65 kg. will this side effect go in couple of days and my weight will decrease? i am already on proper diet.
Asked On : Thu, 17 May 2012
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You are a Diabetic and on OHA's and your blood sugars are not under control.
You have been recently started on OHA's and this are some non specific side effects of the drug may be.
Your FBS and PPBS are very high. So that you can immediately control it with insulin and the shift to OHA's based on the blood sugars later.
Metformin may help in lose weight to some extend.
Answered: Sun, 5 May 2013
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