... the risk of heart attack ? Could any one inform me regarding this question ?
Metformin/Rosiglitazone - I am using Metformin with Insuling from last 1 year. I heard Metformin is?
Added 3 Jul 2012:
My Last three HbA1C 7.0, 7.3, 7.6. Could I continue matformin with Insuline ? if not please inform me. Actually I need your opinion because of not much doctor facilities in my surrounding area.
Specially I thanks to Mr. Rajive in this regards.
3 Jul 2012
In September 2010, the U.S. FDA announced that it would be severely restricting the use of rosiglitazone, due to the risk of "cardiovascular events" such as heart attacks and strokes. Only individuals who cannot control their diabetes on other medications (or those who are already taking the medication and doing well) will be able to take rosiglitazone.
Why did your doc prescribe pills & insulin? What are your blood sugar levels? I should presume that taking insulin alone should be able to regulate your blood sugar levels.
Please seek a second opinion, take care.
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