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Glycomet 1 gm or Glycomet 1Gm (XR/SR) - Difference

I am now taking GLIZID 80 mg two tabs twice a day and Glycoment 850mg one tab twice a day plus Acarbose 50 mg twice a day. Now doctor advises me to take Glycomet 1gm in place of Glycomet 850gm . I find that Gycomet 1mg is in the XR form. How much metformin does Glycomet 1gm contain? What is the benefit of switching over to Gycomet 1gm (Extended Release)? Would it help more than Metformin 850gm (Regular)? Moreover, no metformin tablet 1gm without being in SR/XR form is vailable in the market. Kindly advise ## Is there any difference between glycomet 1gm and glycomet Sr 1gm. Doctor has prescribed me glycomet Sr 1gm but it is not available in the market. Only glycomet 1gm is available. Can I take glycomet 1gm instead of glycomet 1gm Sr?

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Reclimet For Diabetes - Side Effects?

I am a Diabetic for nearly 40 years. For the last few years, I am taking 'Reclimet" daily. What are the possible side effects? Could it trigger higher blood pressure? Thanks. ## Sir, May I know how you managed diabetes for the last 40 years? I am quite young and type II diabetic. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Btw, I use recliment. My BP is 120/90 when I checked today. But donot know if it is because of the tablet, as I dont do regular exercise. ## Thanks. By God's grace, my type II Diabetes is fairly under control, with tablets only. Being a vegetarian and reducing consumption of rice (staple food), has helped, I think. The higher BP level has been recently detected. I am not sure, however, whether Reclimet might be one of the causes for elevated BP. ## Wh...

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glutathione tablet incyto

my mom is diabetic and BP patient n Doctors prescribes so much medicine,due to tht many copmlications arrived like swelling in legs and sevier gas problem.i have name of some which taking by mom ,can help to give infomation abt these drug like for wht they are given by Dr.----- these are diomicron-MR 60MG OZOMET-DS 16M TOZAAR R-5 ESAMLO 5MG ADTROL PLUS EVION-LC GLUTATHIONE TAB INCYTO BETNESOL ACARBOSE TAB- GLUCAR 25. so these r medicines n i think ,these r too much so can u help me give information abt these drug so i can reduce some of these . i'm asking u this bcoz dr. is not ready to reduces any of these drug n don't try to understands the complication. thankin you n waiting for ur reply. ## Since some of these are not available in the US, the information I can find on them i...

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round white pill w/54 over 251 & reverse side blank

this pill is supposed to be acarbose 100mg but it doesn't match what I had before. The acarbose I took before had an M on one side & A over 100 on the other side. The acarbose this time is plain on one side with the number 54 up top & undernieth are the numbers 251. Both pills are round & white. ## Hello, Julie! How are you? This is a 100mg Arbacose tablet, since it is a generic, it's manufactured by several different companies and they'll all have different markings. It's most common side effect is diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with?

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white round pill 54 737

white round pill 54 over 737 ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Acarbose (50 mg). You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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