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Taking dianorm and galvus for diabetes. Stiff fingers, blocked ears after changing medication to pregastar. Stopped medication

I am a diabetic patient wit type 2 diabetis for the past 10 years, wit controlled sugar level by taking 1.dianorm, 2 Zocor 40, 3.galvus 50 and 4.novaplus tablets. But now fingures are getting stiff sometimes and my doctor has give me pregastar 75 tablets but on taking it, my ears getting block. So I stopped taking it immediately. Please give me your opinion.
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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you have not mentioned your blood sugar levels FBS . PPBS and HbA1c . you are taking a painkiller novoplus and how long you are taking this. now you are prescribed another pain killer pregaster which is for neuritic pain . stiffness may have someother reason .if its only in the morning and relieved after some time better check your RA factor for Rhematoid Arthritis which is also an autoimmune disorder . do you have numbness burning sensation or tingling sensation of feet. but don't worry you take some neurotropic vitamin injections which may help you

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