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Increased prostate, fatty liver, high blood sugar, heart disease. Taking Ecosprin and Dutagen. Suggestions?

Hello Doctor good morning. I am G. Jha from Ranchi. I am an old heart patient & under gone bypass surgery in 2000 at the same time i was a diet controlled diabetic . Since one year the sugar level does remain controlled & i am also a polyuratic. so Doctor prescribed Glimsite M 1mg per day but now it is not effective. My present blood sugar level is F-150 7 & P P 223. 3months before i felt stomach pain in the lower abdomen so i consulted an urologist who suggested different blood tests, X-ray KUB,x-RAY CHEST 7 ultra soundof upper, lower bladdder PVR.On the basis of those increased prostate , fatty lever were diagonised in addition to blood sugar & old heart disease . The S.G.O.T.( A.S.T).& ( A.L.T) levels are 57 u/l & 112 u/l respectivelu. At the moment iam taking these medicine Telshtan H, ECOSPRIN AV ected Doc75, Glimsite M 1mg & Dutagen 0.5 mg.Respected Doctor please give your valuable suggetions & guidance wether the course of action is or what should i do? With regards
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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you are diabetic with ischaemic heart disease and recently diagnosed with beningn prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) with normal liver function test.. you have been prescribed with antihypertensive, anti diabetic, antiplatelet drug along with 5alpha reductase inhibitor drug (i.e for BPH). please continue the prescribed drug until ur symptoms reduce and have frequent visit with your family physician in case if you get any side effects..thank you
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