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Taking Glucomet for diabetes. Sugar level changes only after exercise

Hi Doctor, i m having diabetic past 7 years, my sugar level keep increasing even i taking the glucomet 500mg x 2 morning and after dinner. i dont see any changes in my sugar level unless i do exercise. my fasting glucose level 7 to 8. the medication doesn t help me alot based on my monitoring. some time my sugar will low if i do exercise with out taking medication. with medication doesn t help much
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Aug 2012

Yours is a typical type 2 diabetes where physical activity improves metabolism of blood glucose inside your muscles. This is very good. In case you find Metformin (Glucomet) does not help you at all, it will be ok to stop it with the guidance of your Diabetologist. But make sure you do not fail to exercise regularly to keep sugars always in normal ranges.
it is possible in some cases that the medication does not help as much as physical exercise helps. I hope you understand. Take care.
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