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Diabetic, on blisto 1 mf, metamorfin, ganument. Exercising regularly. Am I on the right track?

Sir, For the last 1year I am using blisto 1mf in the morning and metamorfin 850mg, ganumet 50/500mg in the night. Along this I am doing walking & controlling diet . For the last year when ever I take blood sugar test Fastng the reading 90 to 110 and post lunch the reading is between 130 to 140. Request you tell me is I am controlling diabiaties properly
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM.
the blood sugar levels you mentioned are quite satisfactory for a patient having diabetes patient.
It indicates a good control.
Next time when you go for check up do a HbA1c test which will give more information about the blood sugar control.
So, you are on right track and controlling your diabetes properly.
Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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