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Diabetic and using ZorylMP. Increase in levels. Advised to use Trivolib. Problem with medications?

Dear sir, I am a diabetis mellitus patient using zoryl 1[morning] and zoryl mp1[night]for sometime. recently my bloodsugar levels are rising alarmingly. My physician advised me to use Trivolib [plain] one in the morning and 1/2 in the night. but lost my balance in health. body pains, giddiness,restlessness etc are the new problems. Is the change in medicines the reason?
Asked On : Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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Your new drug prescribed by your doctor ( trivolib ) has glimmipride and VOGLIBOSE in it.Since you were already taking glimiipride earlier,the only new medication is VOGLIBOSE.Side effects of VOGLIBOSE are generally stomach related like nausea,vomiting,flatulence,abdominal distension etc and is unlikely to cause giddiness and restlessness.
Your currents symptoms could be due to hypoglycemia or associated hypertension.
Consult your doctor for the diagnosis.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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