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Diabetes Hypertension Revolution

A 70-Year-Old’s Conquering Diabetes and Hypertension Naturally

Mr. Prabhakar, aged 77-year-old, has faced a lifetime of health challenges with remarkable resilience. With a longstanding history of diabetes and hypertension, his journey exemplifies endurance and determination.
In 2000, Prabhakar was diagnosed with diabetes after experiencing severe dizziness. Seeking help at the Government Hospital in Nizamabad, he began his medical journey. Prescribed Losartan 50 mg for blood pressure and Metformin 500 mg for diabetes, his dosages were gradually increased to manage his conditions effectively. Over the years, his regimen included Metformin 1000 mg, Metformin GP 1, and Metformin M2 G2, adapting to his evolving needs.
Despite the challenges, Prabhakar’s spirit remained undeterred. In 2022, under the guidance of Dr. Somnath at Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad, he began synthetic insulin therapy. Initially taking 35 units twice daily, his dosage was eventually reduced to 18 units, showcasing his adaptability and persistence.
However, his journey didn’t stop there. In the same year, Prabhakar faced increased frequency of urination and a painful burning sensation. Consulting Dr. Mallikarjuna Rao at the Asian Institute of Nephrology, Hyderabad, he was diagnosed with prostatic enlargement. This led to a critical decision: undergoing a prostatectomy. To prevent prostate cancer, he bravely completed 30 sessions of radiation therapy at Medicover Hospital, Hyderabad.


S.No Present medication  Medication
(After treatment)
Mechanism of the drug
1Carvedilol 6.25mg
( 1-0-1)
β-blocker reduces heart rate and blood pressure, treating hypertension and heart failure.
2Tamsulosin hydrochloride 0.4mg
Selective α1A adrenergic receptor antagonist improves urine flow in benign prostatic hyperplasia.
3Losartan potassium 50mg
Angiotensin II receptor blocker lowers blood pressure by countering elevated renin and angiotensin levels.
4Domperidone 10mg and Pantoprazole 40mg
Proton pump inhibitors reduce stomach acid, treating GERD and gastric ulcers.
5Glimepiride 2mg and metformin 1000mg
Stimulates insulin release from pancreatic β cells, managing type 2 diabetes.
6Humalog mix 50
Synthetic insulin controls blood sugar levels in diabetes mellitus