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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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keto

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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amtas 5 used for high blood presure

Hi there I'm diabetic and take Indoblok 40mg 5x pd and Amtas 5 in morning. My heartbeat so fast if I don't have indoblok. I'm using it for 30 yrs now... I have an enlarged heart... My heart rate is 103 and higher.. What can I do please? ## Hello, Rubi! How are you? What is your heart rate with the Indoblok? Is 103 a resting heart rate or is that after activity? It is normal for those with such a heart condition to have a higher heart rate, due to the fact that their heart has to work harder than normal. Medications such as this are usually intended to help keep the heart from having to work so hard, so it doesn't go into heart failure. I have to take one every day, due to high blood pressure, which causes by heart rate to accelerate. Continuing your medication, as direct...

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myprodol and diabetes

I have type-2 diabetes and I take metformin and diabend; and for my blood pressure I take losartan. I have been having a headache. Is it safe to take myprodol? ## Hi, I am type 1 diabetic, just wanted to find out if it was okay to take myprodol, as I am experiencing some hectic pains in my legs ## Myprodol contains the active ingredient Paracetamol. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache. What has your doctor advised you to take for pain/headaches? It would be best to follow their advice as to what is safest for you to take, it can also depend on your blood pressure.

Updated in Metformin
Amneal pharma gluten free

Could you tell me if Metformin 500 mg is gluten free. It has IP 218 printed on the pill itself. Much appreciated. ## Hello, DA! How are you? Amneal lists the inactive ingredients as being acacia, maltodextrin and propylene glycol, so yes, it is gluten free. (NDC 65162-218) The FDA lists the typical side effects of Metformin as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, stomach pain and hypoglycemia. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Is folic acid 1 mg from Amneal gluten free? ## It appears to be gluten free. Folate 1 mg from Amneal (NDC 65162-361, Imprint AN 361). Their website states "Contains no ingredient made from a gluten-containing grain (wheat, barley, or rye)." It appears to contain Potato Starch instead. Source: Amneal Product List ## Naproxen ...

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Galvus Met vs Melmet vs Jardiance

Which one is better for managing blood sugar levels, Galvus Met or Melmet? In addition to these medications, how effective is Jardiance in controlling sugar levels & does it have any side effect on ladies using this medicine? ## Galvus Met contains the active ingredients Vidagliptin, and Metformin, Melmet contains the active ingredient Metformin, and Jardiance contains Empagliflozin, so though they all treat the same condition, Diabetes, they are different. The best one to use depends on what your doctor recommends, and what works best for you. These medications aren't gender specific, so the possible side effects remain the same for everyone, and may include nausea, dizziness, headache, low blood sugar, and stomach irritation. What has your doctor advised you to take?

Updated in Jardiance
Farxiga side effects

Are there any side effects from this drug? ## Hi David - while I'm not speaking from personal experience, there's a good write-up of this drug on Medline Plus. It has a detailed list of possible side effects: " Dapagliflozin may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: - urinating a lot, including at night - increased thirst Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of these symptoms, call your doctor immediately: - frequent, urgent, burning, or painful urination - urine that is cloudy, red, pink, or brown - strong smelling urine - decrease in amount of urine - pelvic or rectal pain - (in women) vaginal odor, white or yellowish vaginal discharge (may be lumpy or look like cottage cheese), or vaginal itching - (...

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How long for loss of appetite from Ozempic?

Just started ozempic for weight loss. In my 4th week and now taking 0.5mg ... I don’t really feel any loss of appetite. Does it take a little longer for that to kick in? I have had no side effects which makes me wonder if it’s even working? Lol

Updated in Ozempic
metformin 1000mg tab her

What does HER stand for? ER is extended release. Pill bottle label reads Metformin HCL 1000 mg HER ## Hello, CJ! How are you? That is just the abbreviation for the name of the manufacturer. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Metformin as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. Is there anything else I can help with? ## but there was a recall on Metformin with "ER " extended-release mine reads metformin 1000MG Tab HER so is that extended-release and if so wasn't it recalled with the 500 MG that was posted online? Thank you

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Can I take Jardiance at night

I just started Jardiance today in the morning together with my insulin and metformin xr x 1000. I have been feeling nausea all day, not been able to do much. Can I take this tablet in the evening so I can sleep away the nausea. I didnt have to run to the toilet alot but it may change as I continue/ ## Hi Im curious about taking at night as well,, how is it working out for you.? ## Hello Karen, According to the manufacturer's directions Jardiance is to be taken first thing in the morning with or without food. My research has found that this is primarily due to the way that our bodies handle insulin after a long resting periods without eating. When my wife was diagnosed with gestational diabetes she was instructed to eat foods at very particular intervals and take her medication withi...

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SG 105 white round pill

What is the dose of Metformin and what other ingredients does it contain? ## The SG 105 pill contains 500 mg of Metformin. Inactive ingredients vary by manufacturer. I pulled this data from the site's NDC database, which I believe is sourced directly from the NLM (national library of medicine): Solco (NDC 43547-357): - Starch, Corn - Povidone - Crospovidone - Magnesium Stearate - Hypromellose 2910 (6 Mpa.s) - Polyethylene Glycols Sciegen (NDC 50228-105) - Starch, Pregelatinized Corn - Povidone - Crospovidone - Magnesium Stearate - Hypromellose 2910 (6 Mpa.s) - Polyethylene Glycol 400 - Polyethylene Glycol 8000 Golden State Medical Supply (NDC 60429-111) - Starch, Corn - Povidones - Crospovidone - Magnesium Stearate - Hypromellose 2910 (6 Mpa.s) - Polyethylene Glycol 400 - Polyethyl...

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Glucovance substitute

Trying to verify that this pill is glucovance - Sandoz yellow round pill imprint COT 142 ## Should a diabetes patient having hypertension take Covance-D 50 mg Tablet once a day ? ## Does Covance-D 50 mg Tablet control blood glucose level of a diabetes cum hypertension patient while controlling the high blood pressure reading ? ## I am 49 a patient of diabetic and hypertension. Earlier i was taking Covence-AT as i also have the problem of Tachycarida. However, this time when i went my regular doctor was transferred and a new one had taken his place. He studied my prescription and prescribed Covence-D alonwith other medicines for diabetes. So I think A doctor is a better judge. I am taking my medicines. So I think you should not have any problem. ## Yes, that marking is actually COR 142, ...

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Small Round Orange or Peach colorer pill with D 5

Small Round Orange or Peach colored pill with D 5 on one side and the other side has ^ .ll. ----- --- marking on it ## I have this organe/pink small pill for pain. My mom took it for her severe scolelossis (spinal cord) the size of your fist all the way to the right side of her rib cage. Never complained with the pills. My pill has no markings but can from Dr. Jesus Corona in P. N. Mexico. I want Dr. Corona phone number, thanks. ## Tradjenta ## That identification is correct, the tablet with the logo and D 5 marking is a 5mg Linagliptin tablet. NDC: 00597-0140 This medication is most commonly used to treat type 2 diabetes. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and hypoglycemia. Westy, I am sorry, but I don't have any information to help you. Ha...

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saving coupon on victoza

due to victoza being expensive way out the buget considering not recieving any assistant ## Victoza has done a great job in keeping my sugar levels down. However, this product is costing me over $225.00 and it's getting hard to cover the cost. ## The company does provide an assistance program, that enables qualified individuals to obtain their prescriptions at no, or reduced cost. Victoza Assistance information can be found by following this link. Victoza side effects may include nausea, diarrhea, indigestion, and appetite loss. Is there anything I can help with?

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Gynovit syrup uses

I had no periods for the last 2 months so my doctor prescribed gynovit syrup. What is the use of it? Can it be taken along with metformin tablets also? ## From what I could gather, Grovit syrup is simply a multivitamin supplement for use in treating vitamin deficiency states as well as increased vitamin demands for pregnancy, lactation, growing children, and even severe infections. The Active ingredients in Grovit syrup are: Vitamin A (palmitate) + Vitamin B complex + Vitamin C + Vitamin D + Vitamin E Based on my research, there are no drug interactions listed between Metformin and Vitamins. So in my honest opinion, you should be fine taking the two together. I hope this helps! ## Should we take gynovit syrup before or after food ## You have to take 10ml trice a day before food.. ## Whe...

Updated in Metformin
syntra 5 availability

Is it available in the U.K.? If so where can I find it? ## Where in the UK can I buy syntra-5 or dbx-13? It is supposed to be a cure for type 2 diabetes. ## I want to buy Syntra5, but not from America. Where else is it available? I see the question but not the answer. ## I am interested in finding out about the availability of Syntra-5. I tried to buy it from America but unfortunately was not able to. ## I'm trying to buy Syntra-5 in the UK. Does anyone know about its availability?

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DBX-13 scam

In January 2013 - I recently purchased a subscription to the Health Sciences Institute (HSI) newsletter and got the book "Miracles from the Vault." I scoured the pages to find DBX-13 which they advertised as the diabetes miracle cure, and couldn't find it anywhere. I called HSI, and after three attempts and by threatening to take them to court for false advertising, a response finally came by email. DBX-13 is called X-Cravings. But get this... it is no longer being manufactured. X-Cravings appears to be a formula to help you stop craving food... a diet product... and I guess they apparently felt this would help you lose weight which would help your diabetes. I placed a call to the manufacturer of X-Cravings, Nutricology. Tel: (800)545-9960 who claims they don't know that...

Updated in Metformin

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