Oral diabetic meds have a powerful side effects, but it does lower excessive blood glucose and keeps the blood sugar level stablizied. In fact, probable long term use of oral meds probably injure the bodily organs like the liver, and in some known cases increase potential of heart problems WHILE helping the diabetic maintain satisfactory blood sugar levels. Its all a tradeoff thing. And common sense of the medical community and FDA allows these powerful meds due to the compromise between its positive influence on blood sugars vs. the negative long term side effects.
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