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If a sugar patient forgets to take evening tea &



If a sugar patient forgets to take evening tea & tiffin being busy( takes B.P. Tab / stamlo .5.at bed time) & if b.p goes very high due to gas etc ..then what to do ? tell me medicine. She suffered from vertigo...B.P was 177/103at 8.45..shehas been given slight rice and soup...& then her usual medicine Stamlo.5.+ Jupiros 5.+ digestive enzyme + Stujeron...She is now in light sleep....It happened one month ago....B.P was not coming down..and I gave my wife(67) homeo (roulvia serpentina) & it worked. I am 76 and in anxiety....yesterday sugar level was fasting 97. & pp 103....vertigo was there all along today evening.Sugar never crossed 125 after fastng ....



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