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Type II diabetic. Burning feet while taking glimaday. Itchy water boils on head, neck, nose when taking piopar 15 and ismet 500. Why having side effects when taking different medicines?

I am diabetic-II (BF-127 and pp-163 with out medicine with control diet), the following side effects are observed while on medication but doctors are yet to proved please advise me with your valuable opinions; 1-Glimaday -1 half tablet daily causes burning at bottom of feet , however it bring down sugar level to normal 2-Piopar-15 with Ismet-500 one tablet each started after stopping glimaday-1, I am facing problem of itching and water boils at head, on neck, on fingers and wrist , on nose and on part of face. Please advise, I have started multivitamins and calcium tablet wtih alternate medicine no.2 where as I was not taking these tablets with Glimaday-1. regards Purshottam Das, 0000
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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It is quite strange that glimaday was causing burning on your feet.It is not associated with such types of sytoms.
Similarly PIOPAR and ISMET don't cause itching or boils.
Probably it is just a co incidence.
You must take MULTI vitamins and calcium.
Multivitamins act as anti oxidants and should be taken regularly.
Make it a point that you control your sugar levels meticulously to avoid future vascular complications.
Do regular exercises and take proper diet control measures.
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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