His doc tells him to test BS before eating and no other time. Sometimes before meals it's as high as 200. His doc is not concerned. I think his doc is guilty of malpractice and if not that, then certainly ignorance and negiligence.
Why can't people over 70 take metformin? It worked so well for my dad (and works great for me too).
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My question to your doc is why did he put him on in the first place if he didn't want him to take it. ugh! Met can be hard on the kidneys after time. Maybe he thinks your dad is at risk.