I am a 53 year old male. My height is 5'7" and weight is 96 kg. I am diabetic since 15 years and have BP for the past 20 years. Along with this, I have bipolar since birth.
Hence, taking psychiatric medicine too. I am on Lantus 20 units in the night and NovoRapid 10 units before lunch. Taking Glycigon 80 mg twice a day and LN Bloc 20 mg for BP. This is not controlling my blood sugar.
Blood sugar is around 200 in fasting and 280 after lunch. I am functioning well due to bipolar disorder medicines. Kindly suggest.
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I have noted your advice and will increase dose of NovoRapid as described. Thank you.
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