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Prolifen medicine for conceiving

My doctor has advised me to take prolifen as i got married from the last 4 years and still have not concieved. I'm taking this medicine for the first time and have been taking cerophene etc of the same formula. would u plz help me as to how long i should take it? when should i change my medicine?? plz rep. thanks ## 5 years ago my doc gave me prolifen and after using it for only 5 days i conceived twins. Now I'm trying for a baby. My doc gave me prolifen and then duphaston, but i got pain in the sides of my body, like kidney pain. Should i continue? ## My semen report shows that sperm count is approx 15 millions while Min req is 60 million. i show this report to a doctor & he suggest me to use evion & prolifen capsules for 3 months. Please help me if this decision is rig...

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PCOS

I have had irregular period since the very beginning. Diagnosed with pcos couple of years back. I am now 29 and dying to conceive. Problem is my partner is not very cooperative as he keeps withdrawing. Im currently on glucophage & primolut-n. Is there any meds I can take to increase my chances of conceiving with pretty less semen? :( ## To be honest, if you're partner doesn't want to have a child, at this time, forcing one on them is a very bad and irresponsible idea. If having a child right now is important to you, then you should seek a partner who is also ready for it. Has he said why he isn't ready? ## ????I was in severe depression before I contacted Dr Vipul Sharma. A sense of inferiority had seeped into my life due to prolonged infertility and amenorrhea. Arogyam ...

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Medication for losing weight

A professor from the North has prescribed Duromine, Glucophage 1000mg 2x per day and Toplep to lose weight. What do you guys think about that? I am almost 70 yrs of age and have gained like 7kg after a hip replacement. I need to lose weight again seriously because I have problems with my back/discs that are disintegrating and the extra weight can't do it any good. Please let me know before I buy the stuff.

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Diabetes Type 2 and side effects of Galvus Met

I am a diabetes type 2 patient and I was using insulin Humulene 30/70 with Glucophage 500 thrice a day, at which point my sugar level was 322. But now I changed doctors and he recommend more Galvus Met 50/850 with other medicine and currently I am not using insulin. Please tell me what I have to do. Should I use insulin again?

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Galvus Met 50mg/500mg

I am a diabetic type-2 patient, 78 yrs old, on medication. I am taking Galvus met 500mg before breakfast once daily. My sugar level ranges between 150-210. Is it advisable to take Glucophage XR 500mg-dosage? Please advise. ## Hello, Kaizer! How are you? Has your doctor instructed you to take it? How long after eating do you check your sugar levels? What types of foods do you eat? The NIH has some very informative articles on diabetes and a proper healthy diet. For example, you should avoid sweets, as much as possible, and if you do want something sweet, you should stick with fruits. When it comes to most vegetables, you can eat as much as you want, since most contain little fat and little sugars. You should also avoid high fat foods, since they can coat your cells and prevent them from ...

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side affects of galvus 50/850

I am using galvus met 50 850 from last one week, earlier i used to use glucophage 750 xr, doctors changed the medicines due to sugar level being high,h1b 8.4, after using this tablet i am feeling very drowsy, is this the side affect of this medicine? ## Hello, Kamesh! How are you? Has there been any change? Dizziness and drowsiness can be side effects of this medication, as reported by the U.S. FDA, you may also experience nausea, headache, flatulence and diarrhea. However, it could also be a sign that your sugars are now going too low. Have you been checking them regularly?

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forminal 500 is it essential for treating.diabetes

I have been given forminal500 instead of glucophage, i do have diarrhoea ,and my mouth and tongue are dry and sore,i do request for advice as this is an irritating situation ## They are actually just different brand names for the same medication, they both contain Metformin. Those side effects can be normal, as reported by the FDA, you may also experience abdominal pain, flatulence and low blood sugar. What have your recent sugar levels been? Are you on any other medications? How long have you been taking it? Most side effects tend to go away, with time, once your body gets used to a medication.

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glucophage mertformin 1000 mg

my mom is a diabetic and as well as patient for blood pressure and she always takes all the medicines on time but still she sweats and feels dizzy as well as feels really weak all the time. she is around 50 years old and I am very concerned about her, please help me out as I am very worried about her. she also has a problem where her voice is changing and her allergies are COUGH WITH ACE LISINOPRIL and her principal diagnosis are DYSPHONIA and secondary diagnosis are ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX, please make me understand these and how to treat her voice too.. ## my first question is basically why does my mom sweat, feel dizzy and have often headaches even after she takes her diabetic and BP medicines on time? and secondly moms voice is kind of changing and when we went for a check up they said th...

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aurobindo pharm generic for glucophage

Hi my name is Krystal and one of my friends is taking this medication she forgot what it is used for and be leave's that her Dr. Said it was for whight loss but is not shure can you pls help us out thank you ## Hello, Krys! How are you? The FDA classifies Glucophage as an oral antidiabetic medication, though they are sometimes prescribed for weight loss, because they improve insulin resistance. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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what is hydrochlorothiazide for

I have been using GlycIphage SR 500 mg along with ERITEL TRIO [ INTAS ] for more than a year owing to HBP accompanied with diabetes type II . Want to know the side effects . ## Hello, Premi! How are you doing? Glucophage SR contains the active ingredient Metformin in a time release formulation, it is an oral antidiabetic medication. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. Learn more Glucophage SR details here. From what I can find, Eritel Trio is listed as containing Amlodipine and Telmisartan. It is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and its side effects may include nausea, headache, stomach pain and hypotension. Learn more Amlodipine details here. Learn more Telmisartan details here. And Hydrochlorothiazide is a diuretic ...

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galvus

I been using Galvus 50mg + Glucophage 500mg since 6 months I have my blood sugar level only 150 maximum. Is that ok to use both tablets? I use Galvus only at night. ## Hi, Suraj! In many cases multiple medications are used to help control blood sugar levels in diabetics, some people don't respond to just one. What has your doctor advised you to do? Are they aware that you are taking both of them? Learn more Glucophage details here. 150 is a good number. Have you had any instances of hypoglycemia? ## The nutrition supports for blood sugar imbalance are more protein in your diet, excercise, reduce the refined carbs! Protein doesn't raise blood sugar, and fats don't raise blood suger. Get magnesium 400-800 mgt daily- in a Mg glycinate (for no loosening of stools) or mg citrate ...

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what for glyciphage sr 500 prescribed

suffering diabetics, hypertension and now suffering mscle problem . unable to walk. ## Glucophage SR contains the active ingredient Metformin in a time released formulation, this is an oral antidiabetic medication that's used to help lower and control blood sugar, so it's for your diabetes. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and flatulence. Learn more Glucophage SR details here. Is there anything else I can help you with?

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GP 128 inscribed on long white oval pill

I found this in my teenage sons drawer. What is it? I can't locate it on the computer. On one side it is GP 128 and the other side is smooth. Long white oval pill. ## Glucophage's generic (Metformin) Anti-Diabetic pill ## That reads a little strange, so I'd like to make things a little more clear to avoid confusion. Glucophage would actually be the brand name, not the manufactured, like that post might make one think, though the identification is correct. And to be more specific, it is a 1,000mg Metformin tablet, which is used to help lower and control blood sugar levels. You can learn more Metformin details here. Are there any questions or comments?

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Glyciphage

I would like more information about this drug. ## Are you referring to the diabetes medication Glucophage? It contains the active ingredient Metformin and is used to help lower and control blood sugar. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and flatulence. You can read more here: ## i take lorvas and dilzem sr 90- one tablet each for hypewtrtension and 750 mg glyciphage for diabetes. I have ecently been diagnosed to b suffering from prostrate cancer - it is confined to prostrate and I have been given Zoladex 10.8mg inj and am taking one tab dicalutamide 50mg daily. the dozalex inj will be repeated after three months. I am also taking one 500 mg tab of calcium daily because I had a surgery of mt broken thigh bone which has been strengthened with a rod about nine mo...

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Big white pill 850 gl on one side

My usual French glucophage 850 is a round white tab with no marks at all this works well for me. Just bought from on line Uk pharmacy with a prescription from my doctor the tabs received are round white with th marks on one side. 850 gl are these real merk glucophage ? ## Since it's not something from the U.S., confirming what it is may be a bit difficult, because other countries aren't required to log their imprints in the databases. Learn more Glucophage details here. Did they happen to list who the manufacturer is? ## The company name on the prescript info is the same as my French pills Merck Serono. Problem is they do not seem to work. My usual French Glucophage really help my glucose levels so I am worried they are pretend tablets.The paper work with them seems correct. I m...

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Gl 500 On Side

round white pill that has GL 500 on one side and nothing on the other. Gold foiled package of 10 says it is Glucophage by Merck Serono. Purchased in Thailand at a pharmacy. Cannot find pic of pill on internet. Can someone confirm it is Glucophage? Thanks. ## Live in Phuket and use the same --no problem !

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premenstural spotting

Hi,i m 28 and had a miscarriage last year.i was having the problem of premenstural spotting after that. After several hormonal tests i was diagnosed with pcos so i was given glyciphage500 mg and primolut n.my spotting has stopped now but i m not sure is it d rite treatment? How long shud one take metformin to concieve

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Concur tablets - 2.5 mg

I am diabetic and have high blood pressure. For diabetes I am on Glucophage XR 500mg (3 tabs a day) and for high blood pressure I have been taking Approval 300mg. Recently my doctor reduced my Glucophage to 2 tabs a day, the Approval to 150mg and added Concur 2.5mg. I want to know why Concur as this is a beta drug and read that it will camoflouge my sugar levels. Appreciate any feedback. Thanks. ## Have you asked your doctor why he wants you to take this one? Concor contains the active ingredient Bisoprolol, it is a beta blocker and, as such, it can mask some of the signs of low blood sugar, such as accelerated heart rate, since it can slow the heart rate. This doesn't mean that diabetics can't take it, but you should be aware of this, so you know to check your sugar level regul...

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Numbness in chin and lower lip

I started taking Glucophage nearly two weeks ago. I've had numbness in my chin and lower lip for a few days now. Could it be related to the medication? ## I started taking Glucophage nearly two weeks ago. I've had numbness in my chin and lower lip for a few days now. Could it be related to the medication?

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I Have Been Prescribed Glycomet Sr 500 Want To Know If It Is Meant Control Sugar Because Diagnized As Diabetic

Last month I was diagnised as sugar patient with 240/370 level (F/PP) but with the change in lifestyl i stopped taking sugar and started morning walk also. My present sugar level is 105/150. For the last 10 days I have been prescribed Glycomet SR 500 twice a day i.e morning n evening. I would like to know if this medicine is to control sugar or otherwise. Thanks n warm regards Ashok Madan ## Yes, Glycomet contains the active ingredient Glucophage, which is an oral antidiabetic medication, used to help lower and control blood sugar. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, flatulence and stomach pain. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with?

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