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From India:

For some time, my wife's blood pressure and blood sugar are not coming under control, despite treatment. She is having watering from eyes, is easily exhausted, and she has occipital headaches.


She needs more treatment. The thing about blood pressure is that there are enough agents to use to bring the blood pressure down. However, sometimes the side effects of the blood pressure medications can also cause side effects that also include fatigue. The blood sugars remaining high is also a problem. They should not be left to remain high as additional treatments are available for this. Please let your wife's physician know you want the medical problems treated appropriately.


Original posting 4 Jun 2003
Posted to Daily Care and Type 2


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