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My name is hasan
Age 32 years
I have 1 son and expecting a baby soon
I'm diabetic since last 4 years
Currently on metformin 1000mg 1 tab with dinner.
I'm also taking Allium ursinum Q since 1/8/17 in liquid form for lipid.
I'm also taking SBL diboherb with breakfast and lunch
Total cholestrol is 182
Hdl is 33
LdL is 101
Triglycerides is 240
Ratio of TC to hdl is 5.5
Hba1c is 6.3
Currently following strict diet and excercise.
Recently I visited eye doctor he told me I have very mild symptom of diabetic retinopathy .so I started cineria eye drop
I just want to confirm is it ok to take eye drop or not and sbl diboherb and allium ursinum mother tincture
Pls reply
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  Hamdaan on 2017-08-11
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