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Triglucored Forte Replacement Of This Medicine Which Has No Side Effect Better O N Human Body To Curb Glucose In
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TAKIG ABOVE PILL 2TAB LUNCH & 2 TAB DINNE SEEING SWELLING ON FACE & WT RISE ,GAS PROBLEM ETC 3 CHAPATIES LUNCH & DINNER FASTING--AROUND-100 & P P --AROUND-100 I WANT REPLACEMENT OF ABOVE MEDICINE TO CONTROL MY SUGAR BETTER, TO CURVE SWELLING ETC ON FACE AS OTHER TEST RESULT IS NORMAL . ## Triglucored Forte contains the active ingredients Glibenclamide and Metformin, they are both used to treat diabetes, by helping to lower and control blood sugar. Learn more Glibenclamide details here. Learn more Metformin details here. The weight changes and gas can be normal side effects. But what type of swelling are you seeing? Is it edema, like you're retaining fluid, or something else? Have you consulted your doctor to see what's causing it and what your alternative options...
Updated 5 years ago in Glucose.
 
GALVAS IN COMBINATION WITH NOVOMIX
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CAN GALVAS 50MG BE PRESCRIBED IN CONJUNCTION WITH NOVOMIX 24 UNITS BD AND AT WHAT DOSAGE ## Hi Ian, Information I've gathered states that Galvus (vildagliptin) can be combined with other anti-diabetic drugs. It mentioned Metformin being one of those drugs, but does not go into great detail about which other ones are fine to take as well. Because NovoMix contains Insulin and I've read details stating how taking "Vildagliptin 50 mg twice daily exhibited efficacy when added to insulin in a 24 week study", I can only assume that they may be alright to take together; but you would have to discuss proper dosing with your doctor. I hope this helps!
Updated 5 years ago in Insulin Aspart + Insulin Aspart Protamine.
 
Apo M 500 Round White
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APO on one side on the other side has 500 at the bottom with a line through the middle and an M on top of it ## Hi ish, The white round pill imprinted with "APO M/500", is identified as Metformin hydrochloride (500 mg); which is an oral anti-diabetic drug in the biguanide class. Learn More: Metformin Details Hope this helps!
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Tri Glynase 1
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Side effects glynase 1
Updated 5 years ago in Glynase.
 
Metnurobion
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My mum is 72 she is taking throne 100mcgm and reforming for diabetes which is all in contro. She is suferring from pain all the way from hips down to her legs can she take metnurobion. ## I'm sorry, but I am having trouble understanding your post. Can you please double check the name and spelling of the medications you mentioned and post back? That will better enable me to provide you with more precise and accurate information. Learn more Diabetes details here.
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Diabetis Eye Damage
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Hi i have early eye damage due to diabetis and am quite scared. Can anyone tell me the truth. what are the chances of going blind thanks ## I really don't think there's any way for anyone to tell you your chances, most doctors can't even really give you a definitive answers to such a question. There are many factors that are going to play a role, such as your seeing a doctor to correct and arrest the damage, before it gets worse. If you start keeping tighter control of your blood sugar and etc. Learn more Diabetes details here. Do you have any specific details on the type of damage and the severity?
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Metformin Hydrocloride
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i have been using metformin for the diabetic.Now i need superior drug for diabetic
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Gly
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Dr.has prescribed as gycomet 500.But i am 20 yrs girl and i am not a diabetic as well as not pregnant.Then why she prescribed i need a clear clarification.
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Glucobetic - a remedy for Diabetes
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Glucobetic = a remedy for Diabetes promoted by Flourish Wellness, Inc. P.O. Box 14449 Tallahassee, FL 32317 Please advise if this Medicine is available in INDIA since they do not deliver outside US and is it safe to take this medicine -- or does it require a prescription by a DOCTOR and does it have side effects when taken for a the long period of time? Does it require monitoring by a DOCTOR? Thanks. ## I use Glucobetic. It's a natural food supplement, not a drug. As such, it does now require a prescription. It's always a good idea to check with your physician when you add things like this. It's safe to take long term- all the herbs and botanicals are well researched at the recommended dosage. Don't quit taking your meds though! And they do ship internationally. ## Sorry...
Updated 5 years ago.
 
Glycomet 250mg Side Effects
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Myself aged 43 years & mother aged 75 years are having fasting sugar of ~125 and post food ~225. Advised Glycomet 250mg twice a day. Have few queries listed. 1. Would like to know what and how the medicine works related to sugar complaint. 2. What are all the side effects and how to minimize this? 3. Do we stop this medicine once sugar readings come normal, details for yes/no for future food, life style. Appreciate your quick response, Thanks ## Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, it is an oral antidiabetic medication, used to help lower and control blood sugar. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, flatulence and diarrhea. As to details on how it works and what it does, you can learn more here: As to whether or not you will ever be able to stop taking it, tha...
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Iscept L
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This tablet was given to diabetic patient. What are all the side effects?
Updated 5 years ago.
 
multiple injections
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using 50 units daily, could this be administered in 2 injection ## the above med is levamir ## Levemir is a long-acting insulin, so it is usually taken once daily, but there are some circumstances where it may be given twice. have you checked with your doctor? Whether the dosage can be split really depends on your blood sugar levels and other blood test results. Learn more Levemir details here!
Updated 5 years ago in Levemir.
 
Zoryl M1 TABLETS
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i m taking zoryl m1 tablet . please let me know the when to take these tablets that is with or without food / breakfast. If without food / breakfast, what should be the reasonable interval between food/breakfast & medicine intake. ## Zoryl M1 contains Metformin and Glimepiride, both of which are oral antidiabetic medications that are used to help lower and control blood sugar. Normally, they are taken on an empty stomach, just before a meal, with a full 8 ounce glass of water, that way they have time to start working to control your blood sugar, by the time you have finished eating. However, you should follow your doctor's instructions on when and how to take it. Learn more details on Metformin and Glimepiride details here. Are there any other questions?
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Metanx large purple caplet
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Did Metanx used to come in a large purple caplet? ## Hi Rowena, From what I can find, it has been a purple tablet (not caplet) from its inception. Has a large "M" on one side and "PAL" on the other.
Updated 5 years ago in Metanx.
 
Tab Volix
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I am taking the following tablets. 1.Metformin 500mg trhrice daily 2. Tab Lorivas 50mg once daily 3. Tab. Ecospirin 75 mg once daily 4. Tab. Aztor 10mg once daily plus multi vitamin capsules now I have been prescribed 0.2mg volix tab b.d Is there any drug incombatibility?
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
glucored forte tabs
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gliclamide, metaformin hydroichloride ## Glucored Forte actually contains Glyburide and Metformin, this is a medication used by Diabetics to help control blood sugar levels. ## i want toKnow about glucoredfort ## Diabetic patient since more than 20 years. Per day I am using 4 - 6 tabs Glucored forte 5 + 500mg plus 2 - 4 tabs Poliglitazole 30mg. It is difficult for me to maintain this in a permanent way. Are there any alternatives on drugs with even better treatment ? Theodor. ## I am based in the US and am using Glucored forte tabs which I bought in India. Since i am running out of them, would like to know if anyone knows how I can get them in the US (are they sold over the counter under the same name?) ## I have been using Glucored fort since last 3 yrs is there any side effect if I co...
Updated 5 years ago in Glyburide.
 
Ic Glimepiride
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Is IC Glimepride the same as Glimepride ## Yes, it is the same, the IC just refers to the manufacturer of that specific one. Some companies do, it's seen a lot with Canadian medications for example, you'll see something listed as APO Metformin, or something similar. Learn more about Glimepiride Details Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 5 years ago in Glimepiride.
 
Glycomet Gp 1 Forte
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What are the differences in Glycomet GP1 Forte and Glycomet GP2 Forte? ## They both contain Metformin and Glimepiride, however, the difference is in the dosage of the Glimepiride in them. Aside from the 500mgs of Metformin, the GP1 contains 1mg of the Glimepiride and the GP2 contains 2mgs of it. These are both oral antidiabetic medications, that may cause side effects such as: nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and flatulence. Learn more: Is there any thing else I can help with? ## Times of India carries a news item regarding cancer risk of piolglitazone( Glizone and Pioz). Does Glycomet GP1 contain this drug?
Updated 5 years ago in Metformin.
 
Glycomet Gp 1 advantage over Glynase MF
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I was taking glynase MF since last 5 years in morning but I couldn't control my diet. Now my blood sugar has gone up to 275mg/dl after meal and 195mg/dl and after checking doctor has changed Glynase MF to Glycomet GP1 and increased dose to two times. Please confirm whether I should change Glynase MF or not ? ## Please tell me the diff between Gynase-2mg and Glynase Forte -2mg
Updated 5 years ago in Glynase.
 
M2 Forte
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my wife is suffering from hyper tension since15 years and high blood pressure for last 3 years (as per doctor, she is actually a victim of high blood pressure for last 9/10 years). She is now taking amaryl m2 forte twice a day and coversyl plus and nabicard 5 each a day. Earlier she used to take insuline of 25 x 2 a day but it did not work and now the above oral medication she is taking. In spite all these above, she is having high blood pressure (above 250 PP), always feeling insect biting in hands and legs, protein passing through urine regularly, feeling tiredness, weakness in hand gripping. Moreover, feeling stress, discomfort while walking due to high pressure. Now for last two months, at sleeping time, tongue becomes dry for which a small bottle of water is kept aside for meeting ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amaryl.
 

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