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White oblong 1/2 in. pill. MF and 3 stamped on one side. Capital letter G stamped twice on other
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Pill is aprox. 1/2 in. in length. White and oblong. Has capital letter G stamped on one side of top. And another capital letter G stamped on the other side of the top. With a bold line running down middle between them. ( G l G ) on the other side, which I refer to as bottom. The capital letters MF are stamped on one side of bottom, and the number 3 stamped on the other side of bottom. With same bold line as was on top. ( MF l 3 ). What kind of pill is this and what is its intended or most often priscribed use. ## This tablet contains 1,000mgs of Metformin, which is an oral antidiabetic medication that's most commonly used to help lower and control blood sugar. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, low blood sugar and flatulence. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help w...
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
sideaffects
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Trying to find out the side affects.also how long someone has been taking this drug. ## loric 100 for high uric acid, tablet i m using 5 monts my sugar fasting was 93 only after using this sugar now gone high 112 level , any relation
Updated 5 years ago in Nateglinide.
 
Actavis Brand Glucovance 5 500 Identification
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oblong blue tablet WITH NUMBERS 753 ON THEM WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THESE ARE GENERIC FORM ## The tablets with the R 753 marking? If so yes, they are a generic for Glucovance, they contain 5mgs of Glyburide and 500mgs of Metformin. The name brand Glucovance is manufactured by Merck. Do you have a problem with generic medications?
Updated 5 years ago in Glucovance.
 
I Want To Know Which Sedative Caqn Put Me In Deep Slumber For Three Four Hours Is Not Hbit Forming And With Minimal Side Effects
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i am a 65 year old male has hyper tension and is also diabetic had a sever e stroke left sided haeme peresis 27 years back because of severe spasticity unable to have proper sleep feels drowsy during day time. I want to taqke some sedative(sleeping tablet 0 0which will give me sound sleep for three to four hours and is not habbit forming
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Metformin Hcl 500mg Tab Side Effects
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I was recently switched from Glyburid-Metformin to Metformin HCL 500 MG - I have been experiencing frequent migrane headaches (daily) and have put on over 5 lbs in 2 weeks. Also my blood sugar numbers are higher especially in the morning. Only benefit is that there have been no more low readings. ## Have you consulted your doctor? Suddenly stopping any medication that you've been taking for a long period of time may result in some withdrawal and rebound effects, which may explain your symptoms, but you should talk to your doctor about it, to be certain. Has there been any improvement, yet? ## I switched back two days ago. Headaches still happening but not nearly as severe. Low sugar reading happened once.
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Glycomet 250mg usage
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Sir, Can i use glycomet 250 mg daily. I am using glycomet 250 gm morning 1/2 tablet & Night 1/2 tablet after food.Please advise me ,it can be used regularily. ## Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, it is an oral antidiabetic medication, used to help lower and control blood sugar levels. If you are diabetic, it is very important to follow your doctor's advice and take a medication regularly to keep your blood sugar under control. It may cause some side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and flatulence. In addition, for the best effectiveness at controlling your blood sugar, it should be taken just before you eat, rather than afterwards. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## I am a 51 yr old male. Have fasting sugar 130 and PP 200....
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Terrasior for diabetic ulcer on the leg
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I need to local a drug store around the Independece, Mo. area. I am having a hard time find the stuff. ## Hi godzilla, Listed below is a pharmacy-locator site, that uses your zip code to find nearby pharmacies within a given mile range: pharmacylocator.unarxcard.com Phone numbers and addresses are included in the list after you verify your zip code; so I would suggest calling a number of them to see if anyone can fill your prescription. You may have to consider looking at online pharmacies as a last resort if this doesn't work out. Please post back if you need information on finding legitimate online pharmacies here in the U.S. Hope this helps!
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Metnax and dry mouth
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Does Metnax cause dry mouth and buring tongue irratition? Been taking two tabs per day for about 5 months and the last two mouths my mouth is dry and tongue always irritated. ## Metanx is a B complex nutritional supplement that's specially formulated to help with conditions such as neuropathy. However, as such, it's really not tested for side effects, as is done with actual prescription medications and it's always difficult to say how it may affect any given person that takes it. Have you discussed these symptoms with your doctor?
Updated 5 years ago in Metanx.
 
Glucose Free Prescription Medication
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The doctors believe my good friend has fiber myalgia. They recommend a gluten free diet because she is suffering from major bloating and joint pain, waking up with with severe burning in her hand. She can't sleep because its too painful. I'm trying to discover what medications have gluten in them. Its one thing we haven't considered. ## Well, first glucose and gluten aren't the same thing. Gluten, however, is the one you're probably talking about, because it has been known to cause these problems in some people. As to the medications that contain it, that would be most of them that are on the market, so I couldn't possibly list them all here. However, if you can post back with a specific list of the medications she takes, I will gladly check for you to see which ...
Updated 5 years ago in Glucose.
 
Janumet Xr
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what is the differance between Janumet xr 50mg/100 mgand Glipizide 5 mg and can the be used together ## Janumet XR contains the active ingredients Metformin and Sitagliptin in a time released formulation to help better lower and control blood sugar in diabetic people. The Glipizide is a different oral antidiabetic medication. Has your doctor instructed you to use both medications? They can be taken together, but only if someone is experiencing high sugar levels that are hard to control, because it increase the risk of hypoglycemia. ## The active ingredients of Janumet XR are Sitagliptin + Metaformin. Both of these medications are used in the management of type 2 diabetes. Glipizide is generally used along with diet and exercise, and (sometimes) with other medications, to treat type 2 di...
Updated 5 years ago in Janumet.
 
bruising after taking Metanx for six weeks
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I am experiencing unexplained bruising on my upper arm and inner thigh. I told my doctor about, but she said Megan's wouldn't cause and that it's a good med w good vitamins. I didn't tell her I also take B6 every but have seen on line that I could be taking too many vitamins. I've stopped taking the Metanx to see if the bruising stops. ## You should call your doctor and tell her that fact. Yes, there can be severe problems that arise if you are taking too much of anything, even vitamins and the B vitamins can be especially problematic. Even if the bruising stops, you may have done some permanent damage, that you should be tested for. Did she check your vitamin levels with a blood test?
Updated 5 years ago in Metanx.
 
Green Oval 312 On One Side Rdy The Other
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its a very small green pill with 3|12 on one side and RDY on the other side ## Did you mean RDY 3 21? If so, this is a 2mg Glimepiride tablet, which is an oral antidiabetic medication that's used to help lower and control blood sugar. Learn more:
Updated 5 years ago in Glimepiride.
 
My first shot of levemir
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I have to take my first dose of levemir tonight and Iam scared to death worrying about side effects....Iam afraid when I go to sleep something might happen...I know Iam acting like a baby but Ive had other meds that have caused side effects ........Ive diabetic for 9 yrs and never had to take meds just exercised and watched my diet and for some reason this year my whole body has done a complete turn around....my aic was 7.6 and it was always 5.5/6.5.....and I wake up in the morning feeling terrible so my end wants me to try the insulin...Iam type 2....and tonights the night...wish me luck....Trish ## Well its been a week now since I started using Lememir at first I was scared to death but I finally did it and now its become a natural like brusing your teeth....anyways no side affects......
Updated 5 years ago in Levemir.
 
Metformin Er 750
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Just got my Metformin ER 750 refilled. The pills look different... could be different manufacturer? One has 93 on one side and 7212 on the other. The other has 143 stamped on one side and nothing I can see on the other side. Help? ## Yes, they are both the same medication, a controlled release formulation of Metformin in a 750mg dosage. The one with the 93 is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and the 143 is manufactured by Sun Pharmaceuticals. It is common for the pharmacy to switch which generic they supply, depending on which company was offering the cheapest price, when they needed to restock their supply. It's how they keep their prices as low as possible for customers without insurance. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I was prescribed with CLOPIDOGREL -PLAGERINE 7...
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Bying
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i need madicine call Galvus met 50mg/850 and i dont have any precrption i had this from dr over sease ## Galvus Met contains Vidagliptin and Metformin, it is an oral antidiabetic medication that is used to help lower and control blood sugar. In the U.S. it will require a prescription and must be purchased from a pharmacy. Have you consulted a doctor?
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Manufacutrer of Metformin 500mg hclTab
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Is there a company in the United States that manufactures Metformin? ## Since Metformin is a generic, there are several companies that manufacturer it in the U.S. There is no way, however, of knowing which one may be carried by your local pharmacy, but you can try asking them about it. Has your doctor prescribed this?
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Clopitab A 150 + Rozavel 10 + Betaloc 50 + Telma AM combination
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My mom diabetic for 20+ yrs. Her recent TMT test showed positive. She has no chest pain or any other symptoms.All other tests are OK inclu cholesterol and ECG.. Her BP is 130-140/70-80 range She is advised Clopitab A 150 + Rozavel 10 + Betaloc 50 + Telma AM for BP , Heart and Cholesterol. Do you think all the medicines are required Also had read that Betaloc is know to precipitate diabetics. Is Betaloc really required as Clopitab A 150 is a blood thinner and inhibits blood clotting Appreciate help on whether she is on right medication. I am not keen that she takes too many medicines. Thanks N Regards ## The TMT test showed that under stress, her heart is having some problems working properly and, in such cases, it is normal for doctors to prescribe a combination of medications to try an...
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Glycomet 1 Gm
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My doctor advised me to take GLYCOMET 1gm in the evening and Diamicron MR 30 in the morning. My fasting is around 130 and PP is around 160. I am having medicine for BP also i.e SALOMAX 5/50 and TELPRES H 40. Please advice by return . ## Have the medications been helping your blood sugar levels and your blood pressure? Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, which is an oral antidiabetic agent and the Diamicon-MR contains Gliclazide and, if someone's sugar levels are not well controlled by one or the other, it is normal for a doctor to combine them to help give you better control. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and flatulence. Telpres contains the active ingredient Telmisartan, which is an ARB, used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac conditio...
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Ban Drugs In India 2010 And 2011
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Ban Drugs In PUNJAB India IN 2010 And 2011 BY HEALTH MINISTRY ## I'm sorry, but we are based in the U.S. and finding information for many other countries is quite difficult. Even the little I am finding doesn't list the update drugs for 2010 or 2011. I found one article stating that the diabetic medication Rosglitazone has been banned, but I'm really not finding much else. Did you try looking to see if the Health Ministry has a website that lists such information? ## drug banned 2010-11 ## I am pharmacist working in under NRHM conract base job . pleases conform to ban medicine in India ## WHERE CAN WE GET A COMPLETE LIST OF BANNED DRUGS IN INDIA ## please contact Drug information Center of Karnataka state pharmacy council, bangalore for an updated list of banned drugs in Ind...
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Can Gemer 2 Tab Taken Twice A Day
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can I take gemer2 tablets twice aday before meals as I have diabatis-2 ## some tablets diabetic coming 500 mg.some coming 1mg.what is the diffrent 1mg and 500 mg.ibrahim frm dubai.
Updated 5 years ago.
 

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