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Diabetes, high blood sugar. Taking insulin injection, nutrition glucose health. Stop other medication?

i am suffering with diabites since 1 yrs reguraly i am taking mediciance since 8 month from diabities specialise doctor than also my blood sugar in between 300 350 doctor is suggestioning me to take insuline injection i said no than he is giving me about 8 to 10 tablets to eat daily now i am taking nutrition glugose health mway product twice a day i can stop other medition please help me
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
your diabetic,and your blood glucose remain between 300 to 500mg/dl,and you want to stop medicine.

No Not all,you don't have to stop medicine but you have to take inj.insulin suggested by your Doctor.Get your HbA1c done and if it is more than 7.5,then you have take insulin injection to control you blood sugar .Hope i answered your question.
Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Kulbir Singh's  Response
Hello Bhavna and thanks for the query
You can reduce the dose of your diabetic medication by changing your life style. Certain changes you can made in your life are:
1. Take baked food as much as you can.
2. Avoid all fatty, oily and junk food.
3. Take food according to the calories you have to take in a day as per your height.
4. Reduce your weight if you are overweight.
5. Keep a check on your Lipid profile.
6. Do regular exercise for 30-45 days per day.
7. Get your HbA1c done once in 3 months to keep a check on your blood sugar.

Hope this will help you in controlling your blood sugar level and reducing your medication. But please consult your doctor before altering your medication.
Best Wishes
Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Pulmonologist Dr. Arnab Maji's  Response
Thanks for your query.
As you denied to go for insulin therapy and your diabetes is not well controlled your doctor has adviced you lots of oral medications to control your blood sugar. As per recent guidelines by american diabetic association it is always better to have insulin therapy to control your sugar because it obviates the need of many oral drugs and glycemic control is better that those oral drugs. One thing you should remember that insulin therapy is not for life. When your sugar level will be maintained then your physician should again step down to one or two oral drugs. Hope i have answered you.
Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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