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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...

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.

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 ...

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

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...

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...

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...

glycomet gp 1 vs glycomet gp 1 forte

difference btwn glycomet gp1 and glycomet gp1forte ## Like to know the difference between glycogen gp1 and glycogen gp1 forte ## Difference between Glycomet GP1 and Glycomet GP1 forte ## Medications with forte in the name are time released formulations, depending on blood sugar levels, and overall control of your diabetes, your doctor may prefer that you use one that is time released, rather than a regular release formulation. This medication contains Metformin, and Glimepiride. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, increased urination, headache, and low blood sugar. Is there anything else I can help with? ## What's the difference between GLYCOMET GP 1 and GLYCOMET GP 1 FORTE?

Glycomet Gp2 Side Effects

My sugar level has suddenly gone up to more than 400. After taking metformin 500mg 3 tablets a day, still it does not go down below 200. So I tried glycomet GP2 two tablets per day. I found slight improvement within a day - i.e. it has come down to 130. Shall I continue it? Will it have any side effect like kidney trouble or sudden dizziness? ## Glycomet GP2 contains the active ingredients Glimepiride and Metformin, both of which are oral antidiabetic medications that are used to help lower and control blood sugar. It can cause side effects, just as any other medication can, they may include: nausea, dizziness, flatulence and stomach pain. Learn more Metformin details here and Glimepiride details here. Do you have a doctor you see regularly? They should be able to advise you on the righ...

White pill n 3 G 5

I have been looking for this pill for a very long time does anybody know what it might be? It is a white pill with a 3G5 on one side and is scored into an x I guess on the other? I am very curious to why I am unable to find it anywhere. ## Gliclazide 80mg, used to treat diabetes. Another chemist provides same thing as G score Z on one side and C on other - one or both is generic. ## This is Gliclazide which I take with metformin ## Please tell me I'm on them and I have thrown away the box and Haven't a clue I think it's anadin ## small white round pill with cross in one side and 3G5 on other side

metformin recalls

What is the protocol for warning patients, pharmacists, etc. in the event a medication is causing adverse effects? Do we have to await for the ambulance chasers TV commercials warning us of legal suits or is there an entity policing the prescription/consumer industry? ## What I am referring to above are the apparent side effects related to the "uncontrolled or unmonitored" fillers used in the manufacture of generic drugs like Metformin. Is there anyone monitoring these generic drugs as to what is being added to them? What is the regulated purity rates / ratios that the manufacturers should be held to? Where could I take my metformin to get evaluated to find out why it made me so physically ill? And doubled my bg readings from @ 90 to 190? Does this pill evaluation need to come f...

metformin hcl 500mg

What is the difference between metformin hcl tab 500mg 93/48 and metformin 500mg tab sandoz? ## Only the manufacturer, just made by a different company. The Sandoz tablets were, or course, made by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, the ones marked 93 48 are made by Teva Pharmaceuticals. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## thanks a lot. we were concerned that the pharmacy made a mistake. ## My metromin used to be 93/48 but now the 48 is upside down. Is there a reason for this? ## Same just different companies, one is Teva Brand and the other is Sandoz. ## what are the active ingredients in metformin ## What is the difference between Metformin & Metformin Hydrochloride and also what is the difference between Metformin SR & Metformin ## what is the defference between Metformin 500m...

Does Metformin from different manufacturers have the same efficacy?

When I get my Metformin script filled in CVS in NY it's a different pill than when I get it filled in Florida CVS. Both are apparently Metformin but since they are from different manufacturers is the efficacy the same? ## Hello, Lolalulu! How are you? Yes, any prescription medication that's available from your pharmacy in the U.S. has had to pass the same strict quality and efficacy standards, it applies uniformly to all generic manufactures. Is there anything else I can help with? ## They don't check every batch of metformin coming into the country so who knows what the heck you are getting in these generic pills.... Source: "Valisure Detects High Levels of NDMA in Metformin". Web. March 2nd, 2020.

metformin - geographic tongue

I have suffered greatly from oral pain that developed at the same time that I developed geographic tongue. Looking back this was chronologically related to the time that I started taking metformin. Have there been any reports of linkage of this condition to metformin use? ## Hello, Leeanddash! How are you? No, I haven't been able to find any reports tying the two together. Have you discovered what's causing your pain? ## Any updates since then? I’m having this geographic tongue since I stopped metformin a few days ago.

4435 white oblong pill hourglass and 500 on one side what is it

4435 white oblong with hourglass ## METFORMIN (Glucophage® XR, Fortamet®, Glumetza™) is a medicine used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus. Treatment is combined with a balanced diet and exercise. This medicine lowers blood sugar and helps your body to use insulin more efficiently. It is sometimes used with other medicines for diabetes. Generic metformin extended-release tablets are available ## To add some specifics it contains 500mgs of Metformin, in a time released formulation. NDC: 00172-4435 The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, weight changes, dizziness, and hypoglycemia. Is there anything I can help with?

Rxp 500 White Pill

What is this pill called ## Based on the description provided, this is a Canadian medication by the name of Rhoxal-Metformin FC (500 mg); which is an oral anti-diabetic medication. "Each white, round, biconvex, film-coated tablet, embossed RXP 500 on one side and scored on the other side, contains 500 mg of metformin HCl." Learn More: Metformin Details If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## thanks for the help ## can these pills cause stomach upset and higher daily sugar readings ## Z 70 round white in color is it a generic soma ## If your pill is Metformen, it helps with stability of blood sugar, but can have the side effect of gastrointestinal disturbances. IIRC ## Is this pill a pain medicine?

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...

Round pills with z 70 or 10

What pills are round and one side has either a 10 or 70 on it and the other side has a z on it? ## Hi Jessie, Are your pills white? If so then there are round white pills with 70 on one side and Z on the other. Those are Metformin 500 mg for treating type 2 diabetes (NDC 65841-809 among others). You can see an image of the pill on the product labeling from DailyMed. Inactive Ingredients: - Hypromelloses - Magnesium Stearate - Polyethylene Glycols - Povidone - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Silicon Dioxide - Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato Can you please write back and indicate if this is the pill that you have?

ar 500 round white pill

Or a backwards d r /500 round white kill what is it? ## Hello, Khloe! How are you? There is a tablet with a logo and 500 on it that matches this description, which is manufactured by Torrent Pharmaceuticals. They list it as containing 500mgs of Metformin. The FDA classifies this as an oral antidiabetic medications. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, flatulence, stomach pain and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ## It is Paracetamol 500mg caplets, the British version of acetaminophen.... 500mg Tylenol!

Metformin tinnitus/hearing loss

Doctor put me on Metformin, two days after I started experiencing severe stomach pain and tinnitus in one ear. Went to ER, told it was side effects of this drug. I stopped taking Metformin. The stomach pain stopped but I still after 7 days have the tinnitus in my ear. I have read several forums that talk about ringing in the ears while on this medication. I started taking B12 to see if that would help but nothing so far. Has anyone experienced hearing loss after or while taking Metformin? My doctor never told me of this side effect. I think it should be shown as a definite side effect of this drug. ## Hello, Bill! How are you? Yes, those can be side effects of this medication, however, they can also be side effects of uncontrolled diabetes and high blood pressure, as reported by the NIH...


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