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Took reclaid for diabetes. Why do I have dizziness and high sugar level?

last ten year i had diabetics.for the last one year i took reclaid 80 twice a day for my diabetics. for the last one month reclaid 80 was not functioing properly. so i consulted a doctor, he advised me to take semiglynase two tablets per day, after taking semiglynase for one week i had nausea and dizziness . so i stopped the tablet. my fasting sugar level is 130 and i use to exercise regularly in the morning for nearly 45 min.( Yoga ).help me out of this
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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You're a Type II Diabetic and on OHA's.
Now your blood sugars are not under control with OHA's and you are not able to tolerate the drug also.
Your's may be a case of OHA failure. Consult with your doctor and consider starting insulin.
This is primarily to control your blood sugar and it will not have the side effect of the drugs.
It is well tolerated.
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