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Diabetic with blood pressure problem. Taking amlong -a and obemit gx1. Reason for losing weight?

i m[57yrs old] diabetic,with having blood pressure problem,my weight is 90 kg/ht 162 cms,taking amlong -a tab for high b.p control,and obemit gx1 for sugar control,recently i have lost 5 kg weight in about last three months with observing diet control,and now morning blood sugar is 75,and after break fast is 150,and iwish to reduce another6 kg in coming 3months,should i go to change my medicines,i play everyday half an hour badminton+walk for 30min/day
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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dear mr bhatija1955.....
Since you are overweight,decreasing upto 15-20 kgs is recomended....
I suggest you have some milk or small quantity of salad before sleeping.
As your sugars at fasting is is completly normal but still there is some chances of low sugars happening.......
Right now you continue with lifestyle modifications and exercise....
There is no need of changing medications at present.

dr vikrant tari
consultant diabetologist and insulin pump specialist
Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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