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Apple cider vinegar with metoprolol, aspirin and metformin for htn dyspnea

I have been suffering for 20 long years from (COD) and am getting breathlessness. Have taken Isosorbide Dinitrate and Mononitrate with Metoprolol 50mg, Atenolol 50mg, Amlodipine and Nifedipine alternately for 10 yrs with Aspirin as well. For the last 2 yrs I have been taking metoprolol 50mg with telmisartan 40mg, aspirin 100mg and metformin 500 SR daily. I want to include apple cider vinegar for further relief. Is it advisable? This is what I want to know please. ## Hello, Azad! How are you? Sorry about your health issues. Since it isn't a medication, there is no information available on how it may affect or interact with the medications you're taking. Thus, I can only advise you to discuss it with your doctor, before taking it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I want ...

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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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FDA Approval of Metanx

Is it FDA approved? My prescription plan stopped paying and the reason was it was not FDA approved at that time. Since I stopped taking Metanx my circulation is not that good and I want to restart. ## Spoke to FDA approval is not required as Metanx falls under a food supplement. It is not a drug it's a combination of vitamins and folic acid. It is monitored but it does require a prescription. ## That is correct, Metanx is considered a medical food, not a drug, so it is registered with the FDA, but not approved by them. It is basically a nutritional supplement that is formulated to help meet the nutritional needs of people with diabetic nerve damage. Given the expense, if they are no longer covering it for you, it might be best to ask your doctor about trying other alternatives, if t...

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Nervijen Capsule Purpose

I am getting a calf muscle pain mostly during the day time. A doctor specified Nervijen capsules 1 per day. But when I went through the description given with the capsules from the pharmacy it mentions about Diabetics. Please clarify ## Hi, Bandu! I understand your confusion. Nervijen is just a nutritional supplement that contains a complex of nutrients that are vital to your overall health and are believed to support nerve function and health. Thus, it can be taken by anyone, not just diabetics. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I got numbness in two toes and my thigh of the same leg (Left) and unbearable pain in the same leg. When checked Doctor said it is due to neglected Diabetes and prescribed Nervijen of Jenburkt Pharmaceuticals Ltd - India along with Insulin and other Me...

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neurorubineforte

neurological and rehumatic condition ## What is the difference between Neurorubine (its B6 is 200 mg) and Neurorubine Forte (its B6 is 50 mg) ? I remmeber reading that in B6 intake is more than 50 mg I can get fingers nubmness and tenglin, but forgot were I read this on the internet. Please confirm this and tell me about the deference between Neurorubine and Neurorubine Forte. FYI, I have Diabetes for 12 years, but my Glycosylated HB (HB A1c) is under 6% ## I am having needles, numbness and pain like kind of grinding in the bones. Both hands whenever I am using my phone and the pain gets worse when I lie down and more worse at night. I have been through this for a month and was put on Nervicra 1x2 but no improvement. I have been put on Neurorubine forte from this company (acino) Switzer...

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white oblong pill with c 474

can you tell me what kind of pill this is ## I found white oblong pills with C 474 on them. these have been in my medicine cabinet and I do not know what kimd of pill it is? ## Metformin, diabetic med. ## To add some additional details, it contains 1,000mgs of Metformin, which is used to help lower and control blood sugar levels, but it can also be prescribed to treat PCOS/PCOD. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, flatulence, diarrhea, stomach pain, and hypoglycemia. Inactive ingredients may include: povidone polyethylene glycol magnesium stearate lactose monohydrate hypromellose titanium dioxide triacetin But they can vary, depending on the manufacturing facility. Is there anything else I can help with? ## How can i order for this c474 online. Thanks Alex

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Invocana, Victosa and Basaglar negative reactions

I am a type 2 diabetic and I'm taking other diabetic meds along with Invocana. I'm taking other meds, such as Basaglar, and Victosa. Do these drugs interact negatively with the other diabetic drugs I'm taking? ## Hello Ladd, I was able to find 2 interactions between the medicines you listed. I have put both of them below. Basaglar (insulin glargine) -> Victoza (liraglutide) Using liraglutide together with insulin glargine can increase the risk of hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. Let your doctor know if you experience hypoglycemia during treatment. Symptoms of hypoglycemia include headache, dizziness, drowsiness, nervousness, confusion, tremor, nausea, hunger, weakness, perspiration, palpitation, and rapid heartbeat. Basaglar (insulin glargine) -> Invokana (canaglifl...

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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...

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Gemer 1 & Gemer 2

I am taking "GEMER 1" Tablets, as I am diaognised as "TYPE 2 Diabetes Patient", but its been now almost 10 Months & I feel very lazy at times during the day or night & my both legs pains. I take one tablet in the morning before Breakfast & one tablet in the night. Want your advise if I am taking the right medicine as priscribed by my Doctor or should I change my medication or should I increase my dosage. For 3 Months or so when my "GEMER 1" Tablets were finished, the doctor told me to take "GEMER 2", half in the morning & half in the night. Now as my stock of Gemer 1 has come, so I am again taking "GEMER 1". ## What has your doctor said about your going back to the Gemer 1 and about your other symptoms? What have your blood sugar l...

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Metformin 850mg Side Effects

Can metformin 850 mg can cause a loss in weight of the diabetic? Thanks ## I've been diabetic since 2000 and have been controlling it by diet, but after 6 yrs it is not in control so i started metformin 500 x 2 daily. But after, in 2010 my sugar was staying too high so i was prescribed janumet which caused me to gain 5kgs in a year. Plus my feet hurt a lot and I'm feeling very weak. Please help me. ## Sandy, many type 2 diabetics tend to have gained weight from the diabetes, then they will lose some once they start getting it under control, such as by using the medication. However, if it's a severe weight loss, then you should seek medical attention to have it checked out. Rozy, how have your blood sugar levels been recently? Are you also continuing to watch what you eat? ##...

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Is it legal to test a patient for alcohol misuse without telling them?

I moved to a new state and noticed on my bill that he doctor had tested for alcohol misuse. Is this legal? ## You signed papers giving the dr permission to test and treat you. So yes it is legal. You may not remember signing these papers because they are all together with the new patient forms when you see a dr for the first time. Even if you started seeing this drs yrs ago the permission to treat forms don't expire. ## Doctors do whatever they want. They gave millions of addictive meds like candy for years and NOW they just take 'em away. You hear all about these "addicts" but never about the responsibility of the doctors who made this happen...? Why? I'd like to take all these doctors, give them 2 months worth of "opioids"(GOD I'M SICK OF HEARING THAT W...

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metformin smell

why does it smell like fish? ## I got my script refilled the other day and the new one smells like fish too! My first bottle (different manufact) did not smell like fish. Beginning to wonder if it is of good quaility ## It is an odor from one of the fillers they use in making the medication, nothing to worry about. Since each company that makes the generic version of med can use different fillers, then some might have the odor and some won't. ## Yes, it is too something to worry about! With all the horrible cheap fillers being used these days by money grubbing foreign countrues - killing our animals and probably us too. The brand I got from Walgreens is fine - even old pills dont take on a smell. But the cheap kind sold by Walmart and as I know of, Strogers hospital in chicago smell...

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Substitute for pankreoflat

Is euglim-M2 a substitute of pankreoflat? ## No, Euglim-M2 is most commonly used to treat diabetes by helping to lower and control blood sugar levels, according to the NIH. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, and hypoglycemia. But Pankreoflat contains enzymes to help with pancreatic function and to aid in digestion. Which one has your doctor prescribed? ## I’m looking for the medicine Pakreoflat. if it cannot be found I need a list of similar medications. Any thoughts?

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Metanx - ingredients

I want to know what is in this medicine, the amount of each ingredient- how much more than an over the counter drug. ## Please explain what is in this medicine and also is vitamin C and B12 over the counter just as good. Thank you ## I just started this metanx a little over a week now. I was given a pamphlet on it. It states that metanx contains the active ingredients of folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 which allow the body to absorb them without having to break them down first like you would have to do with OTC vitamins. It is only available with a prescription and you take two of the pills a day. Hope this information helps. ## The ingredients list provided by Krystal is correct, it is generally given to help Diabetic Neuropathy patients. The breakdown is 2.8mgs of Folic Acid, ...

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galvus met50/500

I am diabetic type2 . Since I was prescribed GalvusMet I am having problem of having irregular bowel movement. Passing hard stool several times in small quantity. Can you suggest alternate medicin. ## galuvasmet50/50 tablet iam not efford the price an other chif price tablet ## sir am drinking galvus met 50/1000 and diamicron 60 I have stool problems tingling I the right leg and muscle pain can you pls advice me what to do?

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Eldoper and diabetes

Can a diabetic-CAD patient use Eldoper for loose motion? ## Often get loose motion, even after taking light food. I take eldoper. Is it ok? ## Can diabetic patients take eldoper tablets for treating loose motion?

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221 round pink pill

Please help me identify a round pink pill with imprint 221. ## It's Januvia, I'm looking at my prescription right now. It helps to treat type 2 diabetes and control blood sugar. ## jules7373 is correct, the pill you described is Januvia 25 mg (NDC 0006-0221): Inactive ingredients: - Calcium Phosphate, Dibasic, Anhydrous - Croscarmellose Sodium - Magnesium Stearate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Polyethylene Glycols - Polyvinyl Alcohol - Ferric Oxide Red - Sodium Stearyl Fumarate - Talc - Titanium Dioxide - Ferric Oxide Yellow

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hyospasmol 10mg

My mother in law is a diabetic and get stomach cramps she has used dicloflam but it does not help. So someone suggested hyospasmol. She is a state patient so she only see dr once every 3 months. Kind regards Chris from South Africa ## I'm also diabetic and had the same problem of stomach cramps and was given hyospasmol. I also attend state clinic and was given the tablets at the clinic and they are very good ## Thank you very much I will forsure get it for her so she can try it. ## i use Hyospasmol 10mg tablets .is there anything better for cramps and i do feel bloated aswell ## Hello chris, Just be sure to check with your doctor to ensure that this medication is ok for her to take. There are sometimes underlying issues that prevent us from being able to safely take a medication. I ...

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Invokana and Blood sugar levels

I have Type II diabetes, and recently went on the drug Invokana. I have had amazing results. My FBS has gone from 269 to 104! Anyone else having such a good experience with the drug? ## Hello, Billy! How are you doing? I'm very glad that this medication is working so well for you. Are you still getting such great results? Have had any side effects? Has anyone else tried this? It seems that it's been known to cause UTIs and hypotension in some people that take it. ## Hello, I am not Billy but I figured it would be okay to chime in, as I do not see any responses from anyone else. Just wanted to share what I could. I started taking Invokana a month ago. You are supposed to start with 100mg for the first month and then 300mg there after. I did the 100mg and had a 12 month free card ...

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dewitt pills for bed wetting

To stop bed wetting if a 16 yr.old child. ## Hello, Anna! How are you? I'm sorry about the issue your child is having. Dewitt pills are no longer being manufactured. Additionally, since the child is 16, there might be medical reasons for it, so the best thing to do would be to consult a doctor. Undiagnosed conditions, such as diabetes as well as several others, could be the cause of such an issue. Is the child on any medications? ## My daughter is 20 years and still urinating in bed. What medication can I use to stop this?

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