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What medication has negligible side-effects in the treatment of diabetes ?

i am suffering from diabetes since 1994 is there any way that I can get rid of it My Age is 59 years male.I am taking anti diabetic drugs since 1994. On 9.1.2011 I lost my consciousness and a temporary pacemaker was installed which was replaced by permanent one on 13.1.11. Iwas asked to take insulin @18 units in the morning and bedtime respectively besides taking one livage, capsule becosule after meal , tab zuvog m during lunch. I was advised to take Ecosprin n daily, on 13.2.2011. Recently Blood was coming from my mouth and nose for which tab cefpodoxime twice daily, cap Pandostal OD daily before breakfst, syp Mits Codelin lincts 2 tsf thrice daily and zapiz 0.5 after dinner has been prescribed. What should I do?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Apr 2011
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welcome to health care forum,
as diabetes is not curable,you have to continue for life time.
yes, dose can be reduced if you control sugar,fat and carbohydrate in your food. as you have some heart trouble,dose variation can be made by the specialist only.
you had bleeding from nose and you can stop ecosprin for the time being after consultant' advise.'
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