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577
oblong, brownish-red rather large pill with 577 on one side ## This is an antidiabetic drug called Janumet, it contains 50mgs Sitagliptin and 1000mgs Metformin. The most common side effects are nausea and cold symptoms.
Updated 6 years ago in Janumet.
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a133
Round white pill with A133 imprinted ## This pill contains 5mgs Glyburide, a generic for Glynase. This is used to treat diabetes.
Updated 6 years ago in Glyburide.
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white round pill with inscription z70
A white round pill with the inscription Z70 What is it? ## This tablet contains 500mgs of Metformin, a generic for Glucophage, this is used by Diabetics to help control blood sugar levels.
Updated 6 years ago in Metformin.
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junuvia
Prescriped for diabetis type 2 with actos. I was looking to gain weight with a different drug than metformin. ## Most of the side effects are the same as they are for Metformin, except for nausea and cold symptoms, which were more prominent with Januvia. Weight gain, however, is not a typical side effect of either one.
Updated 6 years ago in Actos.
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detail info on glucerna shakes
I am looking for detailed info on Glucerna Shakes and all I seem to pull up are different meds. Can someone suggest a web site for info. I have been through several and have not found what I need. ## The manufacturer's website has detailed information on nutritional content and ingredients, here's the link: Glucerna Site Click Here
Updated 6 years ago in Glucerna Shake.
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side effects
Recentky my MD swithed me from Metformin to Metformin ER, because of the diarrhea side effect. But it still continued with change to Metformin ER. Has anyone else experience this side effect? ## I am not surprised, that was not a very logical solution, since they are the exact same drug, the ER only means that one is released slowly over time, while the other one was released all at once. Diarrhea and other gastro-intestinal problems are very common with this medication.
Updated 6 years ago in Metformin.
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pill descripition
white tablewith triangle 873 ## This is Glipizide 10mgs, a generic for Glucotrol XL. This is used to help diabetics lower and control their blood sugar.
Updated 6 years ago in Glipizide.
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White oval 93 48
White oval shaped tablet. The number 93 on one side and the number 48 on the other. What is it? I found it on the floor of my husband's den. ## White oval tablet with the imprint 93 48 is Metformin HCI 500 mg, generic for Glucophage. This is for type 2 diabetes.
Updated 6 years ago in Metformin.
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akalca
medicine for renal uses discompose internal rocks ## health tips for the person having a kidney stone ## Well first off, please be sure to check with your doctor, they will best be able to discuss your present diet and tell you what may be aggravating the problem and what may help. Since we cannot guess at this information over the internet, no one can help you with that aspect. If you would like more, generalized information, here's a link from the NIDDK (National Institude of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases) with more information. NIDDK Kidney Stones
Updated 6 years ago.
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avandia
Avandia is a medication not recommended for life long use. Few years down the road I have to start looking for anothe rantidiabetic so why should I take Avandia at all?
Updated 6 years ago in Avandia.
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diabetes is a life long problem. drugs like avandy
Why should I take Avandia in the first place.
Updated 6 years ago in Avandia.
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generic glimepiride 2mg
white dumbell shape with R B on one side and 4 9 on other side
Updated 6 years ago in Glimepiride.
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action januvia
I've taken Januvia for several months and have developed depression and other side effects. I stopped taking the drug and wonder how long before it is out of my system. ## Januvia has a very short half-life, only 6 to 8 hours, this refers to the time it takes for the drug to reach 50% of its dosage in your body. That said, it probably takes less than a day to be removed from your system. However, since you were taking it for several months and if you stopped taking it abruptly, you may also be experiencing some minor withdrawal symptoms, which could last for several days.
Updated 6 years ago in Januvia.
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what are side effects of hdrocoden?
Are they addictive? Should they be taken when patient has Hepc and liver problems and diabetes?
Updated 6 years ago.
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bayetta
Used for diabetes ## I think you mean Byetta. Thank You!
Updated 6 years ago in Byetta.
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glyberide
Anyone taking this drug or HAS taken this with metformin.I would appreciate feedback.Thank You,KH
Updated 6 years ago in Glyburide (micronized).
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rdy 321
small green oval ## what is this pill.. i found it ## Glimepiride 2mg. It is used for: Treating patients with type 2 diabetes who cannot control blood sugar levels by diet and exercise alone. This medicine may be used in combination with insulin.
Updated 6 years ago in Glimepiride.
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glybur 364
oval light blue with numbers 364 ## please tell what the pill does and what it's for thanks ## The light blue tablet which is scored and oblong in shape, having the imprint GLYBUR on one side, and 364364 on the other side is Glyburide 5 mg, generic for DiaBeta. It is used in treating Type II Diabetes.
Updated 6 years ago in Glyburide.
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gg772
round ## Glipizide 10 mg. Type 2 diabetes medication.
Updated 6 years ago in Glipizide.
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microbid
urinary tract antibiotic ## my 84 yr old mother in law was prescribed microbid for uti. she has hbp and diabetes and is taking meds for those and for thyroid. just read blurp about microbid only if you have no other conditions. should she be on this? ## That is actually something that is entirely up to her doctor, if she has regular appointments so her conditions are being regularly monitored, they might have decided that the benefits to her outweigh the risks of taking the medication.
Updated 6 years ago.
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