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Which medicines should a diabetic take to cure numbness in the feet ?

I m a diabetic patient for almost 4 years back and when I visited a doctor last week to complain about the serious numbness in my feet , I was checked and given three different tablets to take for 1 month. These are TOZAAR-50,CRESTOR rosuvastatin, and GLIZONE 30. I m trying to learn more about each of them. Thanks Jane.
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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Hi Jane,

Your numbness in feet seem to be related to neuropathy secondary to diabetes.

You currently need :

Proper review for your sugars and neuropathy symptoms. With good control of sugars for over few months, neuropathy symptoms should settle. If they are too distressing, you can ask for specific tablets for neuropathy.

You might also need change in diabetic medications (after a review).

Wish you good health.

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