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Diabetic, taking Daipride, tgs medicine, still have high pps, high tgl, chest pain, taking oats for lunch. Worrisome?

Dear sir I have diabeties from last 3 years, i am talking Daipride 2 mg, my age is 31 years, Last week blood sample i have given PPS is come 238, But HB1Ac is 6.2, i done colostrol check alos TGL Is 284, i am taking tablet for reduse tgl, but last one week i have got chest pain , Please let me is thare any problem, or i can reduce the TGL with dait, from last one week i am taking oats for morning meal. please advise loka
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Hi Loka
Thanks for writing in.
There are several things that need to be addressed here:
a. Your diabetes and trigycerides are not properly controlled. More aggressive therapy and lifestyle modification is needed.
b. At this level, triglycerides cannot be controlled by simply lifestyle modification. You would need additional therapy.
c. The chest pain can be due to heart disease, a problem in the lungs or a muscle spasm. If the pain increases on exertion or stress, please get an ECG done immediately. This may have to be followed by a treadmill test. Otherwise you can end up with a heart attack. Heart disease as it is is very common in diabetics.

These symptoms should not be taken lightly and they definitely mandate an evaluation
Hope that helps
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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