Hello everyone, I've been Type-2 for nine years, and in the last couple of years have had more medications added into my treatment regimen. I'm currently taking; Sukkarto (Metformin) 2000 per day Trajenta (5mg) Forxiga (10mg) Atorvastatin for cholesterol control. At my last review a1C was up to 64 (from 52) and not surprising as I have not been too fastidious over the past year as I'm also suffering from anxiety and depression (for which I'm also receiving treatment). In the last 6 weeks I've made an effort to lower my carb intake. In the past I'd managed to follow the austere Blood Sugar Diet and had managed to lose a stone and get things down to a1C 48. It has been a bit up and down since then, and the last review prompted a stern warning from the Doctor about control overall. Since I've lowered carbs in the last 6 weeks, at times I've felt really fatigued, nausea, more looser bower motions, headaches, light-headedness and brain fog. I have managed to lose about 7 pounds in weight though. I tend to take the Trajenta and Forxiga and my anti-depressant first thing, and the others in the evening. So I wondered what other's experiences on a similar drug regimen and low-carbing is doing for them? The Doc said to maintain the meds but lower carbs, cut out bread, which I have managed to cut down on considerably. Unfortunately I am an emotional eater, and that tends to make me make the wrong choices, especially if its a weekend I'm having a couple of beers and a glass or two of wine. Would love to hear any advice from the group, thanks. Take care, y'all!