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Diabetic. Why is sugar inconsistent despite amaryl and obimet? Why weakness?

I m(60 year old) a diabetic( heredity ) using medicine AMARYL MP-2 mg and OBIMET GX2 one tablet each twice before time of meal and at night taking OPTISULION cap 1 and my fasting is 115 and PP 195. Also I m taking Nutrilite Fiber 4 gm per day along with 10gm protein along with normal diat. The problem is that sugar is not consistent and Penkriyas are still very weak facing acute weakness. Pls guide and help me.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Mr Pandey , Amaryl MP- 2 contains glimepiride 1 mg, metformin 500 mg, pioglitazone 15 mg and ObiMet Gx2 contains (glimepiride 2 mg, metformin 500 mg) , as per your questions you are taking each tablet two times daily meas , the total dose of glimeperide will be 6 mg per day (Maximum daily dose). The best way to reduce weakness and other problems related to diabetes is shift to Insulin therapy , for that you talk to your medical practitioner.

Hope everything will be smooth

all the best.
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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