Cause For Loose Motion In Diabetic Patient Who Is Taking Glycicura G1

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Hema Ashwath Says:


Loose motion occur immeiadiatly after taking food, some time grittiness also occurs,motion is almost watery.Presently taking glycicura g1 tablet before food.



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Verwon Says:

Glycicura contains the active ingredients Glimepiride and Metformin and they may cause diarrhea in some people.

Learn more Metformin details here.

Learn more Glimepiride details here.

Has the patient consulted his doctor? He may need to try a different medication.

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Malini Says:
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My mother eas 73 yeats old .she was sufering from diabetic 15 years old. She was loss of appetate in many times. Medicines are taken .ie.,Glimisave 2 and Jaalra 50 was taken daily 2 times.sugar level fasting 156 and ppbs 265.Tazloc 20 tab taken for BP also...BP was normal.The present problem faced was lc oosemotion and urinaty infection..Then i am tottally confused..what is remedy for revive in this condition of my mom

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