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Diabetes Overview

Diabetes mellitus (DM), commonly known as diabetes, is a group of metabolic disorders characterized by a high blood sugar level over a prolonged period of time.[11] Symptoms often include frequent urination, increased thirst and increased appetite.[2] If left untreated, diabetes can cause many health complications.[2] Acute complications can include diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state, or death.[3] Serious lon...

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Jardiance and stomach aches

Hi. After being intolerant to metformin I started jardiance two weeks ago. I have lactose intolerance so no dairy. I am waking in the night with severe stomach ache and bloating in my mid stomach pancreas area. Has anyone else had this? Does it go away? I'm also on Lansoprazole and Telmisartan.

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Teva 5728 pill uses

What is this medication used for? Is it in the drug class of lastix? And is it used to help with diabetes / fluid retention? If not, what can be used for fluid retention and major swelling? Also, what's the name brand name? Please reply ASAP. {edited for privacy}. Thank you. ## Teva lists this tablet as containing 20mgs of Famotidine, which is an antacid that is used to treat, or prevent heartburn, GERD, or gastritis. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, flatulence, and stomach pain. The name brand for it would be Pepcid. As to the swelling and fluid retention, you should see your doctor, so they can prescribe an appropriate medication. How are you doing, now? Has there been any change? Are you on any other medications? Inactive Ingredient...

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White round pill with black type number 4

Pill is worn, can only make out the last number which is 4. there appears to be a couple characters/numbers before the 4. Can not make out anything on reverse side. no imprints or scores. only the black type number/lettering. ## It's rather hard, without knowing the complete imprint, however, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else have any ideas? ## It's white round with a black 4 on it ## Hmmm, seems likely to be a Glipizide tablet manufactured by Zydus (NDC 68382-0337). Does it look like the following image? More: DailyMed

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Wanting to take Jardiance but am not a diabetic

Hi, I am on heart medication because I have Cardiomyopathy. I wanted to start Jardiance because I need to lose weight so my doctor put me on Diabex first then intends to put me on Jardiance. My sugar is always high. Is it safe for me to take so many medications? ## If your sugar level is always high, then it is highly likely that you are actually diabetic, that is one of the most obvious symptoms of diabetes, according to the NIH. Other symptoms are listed as possibly including headache, weight gain, frequently feeling hungry, and frequent urination. Do you experience any of these, symptoms? ## Hi yes I have all those symptoms Verwon I am always Up every night peeing. My doctor told me I'm pre Diabetic so I guess that's why she put me on Diabex. I am still worried about all the ...

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Long term use of Jardiance

Well, I have been on Jardiance for 4 months now. I have lost 42 pounds. I have reduced meds. But I have to say, I am peeing every hour, and am fairly incontinent. I also have a funny ashy taste in my mouth. Is there anybody else out there on this stuff? ## Hello, Rebecca! How are you? I'm sorry about the side effects that you're experiencing. As listed by the FDA, Jardiance is used to treat type 2 diabetes and help boost weight loss. The increased urination is normal, that's how the medication eliminated the excess sugars from the body, other side effects may include nausea, hypotension, UTIs and hypoglycemia. What dosage are you on? You may need an adjustment, if it's pushing you to the point where you are experiencing incontinence. ## I go back to the doctor next week....

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Effectiveness for nerve pain from ankle fusion surgery

My primary Dr. Prescribed Metanx for my nerve pain from ankle fusion surgery.I've taken it for 30 days and haven't noticed any relief.will this work and if so how long before effective? ## Hello, Marsha! How are you? Metanx is classified by the FDA as a medical food that supports nerve health. However, what that means is that it won't actually relieve pain. Its typical side effect is usually just nausea, due to the potency. Have you informed your doctor that it isn't helping? You will most likely need a medication that will actually help with nerve pain. ## What state do you live in? I have found HYBRID-X cannabis oil, in a syringe, (ruce grain dose) into a veg-capsule, is the bullet for ANY nerve damage or pain. I lalready tried Pensaid patches and Gabapentin. The patch...

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after glycomet gp2 taken which time to take meal

GLYCOMET-GP2 should be taken before or after meals and how many min. before. ## Hello, Manian! How are you? This medication contains the active ingredients Metformin and Glimepiride, it is an oral antidiabetic medication that's used to help lower and control blood sugar levels. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. Learn more Metformin details here. Learn more Glimepiride details here. And unless your doctor has instructed otherwise, they are usually taken just before you start eating a meal, that way they have time to start working by the time you are digesting your food, which is when you'd normally experience the most blood sugar changes. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Can I take fexofenaadine and glycomet go 2 toge...

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10% cream white diabetes type 2 ## Because of the outrageous number of pills I take, and before I start with this one additional, tell me what or how it will help me. right now . I have severe spasms and cramps which come on in any part of the body and at any time. ## Ketorolac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, it is often used in these compounded creams to help treat topical nerve, or muscle pain that is caused by conditions, such as diabetes. Its typical side effects may include skin redness, flaking, irritation, and burning. It won't do much to stop muscle spasms, and cramps, though. Has your doctor prescribed it for you?

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mosegor and its side effect

I have been taking Mosegor to gain weight. I havwe also realised that though am gaining water my stomach is also becoming quite big. Scondly I want to know if there is any side effect associated for taking mosegor. Thank you. ## I want to know more about mosegor and please bear with me. ## Mosegor, from what I can find out online, is a multivitamin supplement, thus it is not really proven to help you gain weight, though some doctors and users do swear by it. Has anyone shown any results from using this? ## It did work for my brother. He gained weight. ## I am taking mosegor as a cure to my on set insomnia. The side effects occurs during the day,drowsiness in the office and yes my appetite increased. I don't think that it is curing my onset insomnia. Maybe anybody of you out there kn...

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Ketoanalogue Ketobest

the generic name is ketoanalogue + essential amino acid - brand name is ketobest 600mg ## how much and how many pills re there in a regular ketobest, 600 mg bottle? ## Is the ketobest tablet can be taken to diabetes persons? ## Ketoanalogues + Essential amino acid and Alpha ketoanalogues + Essential amino acid are they the same?


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