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consuming 2''Metaglindine500 metformin and Glibenclamide 5mg''

Hello dear father has been suffering from diabetes 2 since 2006 and he started taking those pills which have dropped the amount of sugar in his blood from 240 down to 120 and sometimes to 90..nowadays he's performing lots of exercises like walking fast for 2 hours a day and working out at the the question is since he started taking those pills he lost mass body weight and getting skinnier by month and no matter what we say to him ,he's not gonna stop taking them..should i force him to stop?
Asked On : Tue, 9 Mar 2010
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You should not ask him to stop as such. Take him to a Diabetologist and regulate the medicines along with the dosage. Going with your explanation I do feel that he needs lesser amount of medicine than his current consumption.

Answered: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
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