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Suffering from diabetes, hepatomegaly with fatty infiltration. Taking glimpride and metformin. Cure?

I am diabetic with last 10 years. taking walaphage gp2 (glimpride 2g+metformin500mg) in morning before breakfast. generally my blood sugar very from 115 to 126 fasting & 160 to 175 pp.Some time I note that the tablet come out as it is with stool in afternoon. Is it the normal ?Iamnot taking potatos,any type of nonveg, alchohal, no smoking . In my ultrasound report says Hepatomegaly with grade 2 fatty infiltration. what is this. Is it harmful. How can I cure it. thanks
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM
Diabetic for more than 10 years on Metformin and Glimpride combination, your Post prandial blood sugar level is little high,so take care of this,are you overweight,or a sedentary life style?
Fatty liver can occur in diabetes as you do not take alcohol which is another cause for fatty liver but check your Lipid Profile to know Cholesterol and Triglyceride level which may be abnormal and needs to be corrected with medicines.
Some time ghost tab may pass in extended release formulation.
You must take regular exercise, and if required medicines for lipid profile and try ti control post prandial hyperglycemia by if required AGI drugs that used for it
Good luck
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