went to doc saying that i am feeling very weak , so he test my sugar level at random it came 310 , dont forget i was in too much stress at that day , any way he told me to take getryl 2 mg morning and at night before meal , i took for the whole week but i was feeling more sick ,than he double the dose and i have vision problem i get more sick sleeping whole day and eating alot i was completely sick and my bg or sugar were same , i was feeling more awful i went back to him he gave me amyryl 4 + 4 before meal and added 500 mg glucophage but this night i felt more ill and could not sleep and had bad bowel thing also i could sleep the whole night , so i stop stop my self to taking these drugs and after 2 days i started to feel better ..... now its been 2 weeks i am without drugs but i have problem of weakness but better than on drugs and urination and water drinking alot and extreme hunger i eat alot ..... but i take control on my carbs and sweets completely took out sweets and sodas and all stuff ............... KINDLY GUIDE ME WHAT SHOULD I DO ??????????????
and now after coming out of drugs i feel better , not that like drinking water but when i am in stress i get more sick i am not sure i am deibetic or depressed .... my blood sugar comes high when i am stressed a new doc gave me metformin which i am afriad to take and he gave me anti anxiety and anti depression meds to .....should i try using those meds .... should i ???????????
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