Blood Sugar Returns To Normal, Should I Continue Treatment?
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The drug you mentioned is an oral hypoglycemia class of medicine, which is a drug that works to reduce blood sugar levels. Works by stimulating the pancreas to increase the production of the hormone insulin. The hormone insulin functions to store sugar in the blood to cells.
The use of these drugs should be based on doctor's advice. The doctor will adjust the dose of the drug, starting with a minimum dose which is then gradually increased until it reaches the desired blood sugar level. Then the dose will be reduced gradually in doses with controlled blood sugar levels. If blood sugar levels can be controlled without drugs, namely with exercise and diet, then the drug can be stopped, but with routine control to the treating doctor.
For that, you should consult this with the doctor who treats you. Control regularly so that your diabetes can always be controlled. Controlled diabetes will prevent complications from diseases such as kidney, brain, heart and other organ damage.
Thus hopefully useful.