diabetesI am a diabetic since 4 years. I am under gemerI (1 tablet morning and 1/2 in the afternoon advised by the doctor) but i take only 1/2 gemer in the morning. Fasting glucose mostly is 100 to 110 and in rare occassions 120. PP is between 160 to 190. I take some homeopathy medicine given by my homeopathy doctor. (tincture and tablet form). My frind is also a diabetic from 2 and a half years. She is not taking any allopathic treatment as she falls in to hypoglycemia. She also is on homeopathy and her blood levels are the same as mine. The only hitch is we donot go for a walk as we are working women. Please advise how we can bring pp levels to 140. We follow strict diet. Also let us know as how many calories of food can we consume and also the excerices that we can tke up.
saraswathik on 2008-02-11
if you cann';t go out of home for walk you can do some exercies and walk at you own home. Balanced diet is always good for health. I may suggest you one medicine if it suits to you i.e. is a combination of Lehning co having good results in diabtese patient. DIABENE DROPS (lehning co) 10 drops thrice a day but monitor your reading also and adjust it as per your body requirement.
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i am wasim zafar from Pakistan, diabetic patient for last ten years, have very hard stool, light pain in right side on the liver side, when i rub the side than i feel better and now i am taking alopathic medicine but no control, fasting 300 and rendom same. i am sensitive person, take tension rapidly, now i forgot things. please guide me.
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