Janumet 50/1000 Be Crushed

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Steve Says:


I can/T swallow the pill Janumet 50/1000 can this be crushed safely.



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Verwon Says:

As long as you don't have the time released formulation, which is called Janumet XR, then yes, you can crush or cut the pill to make it easier to swallow.

Learn more Janumet details here.

It is not safe to do so with the time released Janumet XR, because it may cause you to get too much of the medication, at once.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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thank you for your answer, this will help a great deal

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