Am I Diabetic Now?: My cardiologist... - Diabetes India

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Am I Diabetic Now?

ShooterGeorge
ShooterGeorge
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My cardiologist prescribed Amaryl in 2006.

Then my FBS was near 120 mg/dl and PPBS 200 mg/dl.

#LWMDR

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saxenaen

Great going sir...

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Vineetv
Vineetv
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Sir are you on lwmdr and any progress

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soni1
soni1
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what are your numbers saxenaen.? could u pls update whether you are cured

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Vineetv

Not at all

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ramana42
ramana42Volunteer

Strange that this question coming coming from you,Mr.George!Your A1c is a dream number,whether you are categoriszed as a diabetic or not.

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barani19

Wow! what a HbA1C number! as ramana42 said, its really a dream number for any one.

It can be observed from your report that HbA1C less than 6.8 is classified as normal. Is this change implemented across India?

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MRA13

This would be considered normal. Sir, are you still on Long Wheat for breakfast and dinner? And do you walk for exercise?

Do you use fruits and sugar regularly?

Could you give us your present diet? (Maintenance diet after reversing diabetes)?

Thank you.

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controlcause

if you are able to achieve < 5.7 hba1c for 2 consecutive testing without medicines then you are not diabetic .. if this number is without medicine then cheers and enjoy your new health

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Durham24

Congratulations sir.

You are great.

Could you please elaborate whether this improvement is mainly due to following 'Long Wheat diet'

Rgds,

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namaha
namahaModerator

Congrats! All your lab reports seem absolutely ok. May God bless you and you live another 100 years!

May be you can share your diet plan as requested by all.

Just to update all, for the last one year or so, the new reference range for HDL as fixed by Apollo Hospital is 60 minimum.

However, here TG/ HDL ratio is absolutely fine , though many of our hospitals don't compute this ratio yet.

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gangadharan_nair

Glimepiride, sold under the trade name Amaryl among others, is medium-to-long-acting sulfonylurea antidiabetic medication. It is taken by mouth. It is sometimes classified as either the first third-generation sulfonylurea, or as second-generation.

Your test lab results are good in all respects.

Your doctor has prescribed you Glimepiride (generic name) Amaryl (brand name) 12 years back. Consult your doctor whether your prescription has to be revised.

Links:--

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glime...

medlineplus.gov/druginfo/me...

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Vsthak

The report is blackened and hardly legible

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soni1

Pp 200???

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Shashikanta

No You're not yet but be careful now you need more workout and organic food.

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Vinn1

Great! Are you taking amaryl these days?

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