Pain In Back And Stomache

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Lindsay taylor Says:


Hi I have been on glumetza now for 2 weeks and was wondering if anyone has experienced what I am feeling. 3 days after starting this medication I began to have pain in my back on my right side by my kidney area. The pain has now come around to the front right below my ribcage. Ican only describe the pain as a constant dull ache kinda feeling like I was kicked in tge stomache. I have recently had and endoscope but didnt think it would be related to that. Any input would be great I have now scared myself reading about lactic acidosos when on this medication. Please let me know anyone!



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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Glumetza contains the active ingredient Metformin, which is an oral antidiabetic medication and it can cause some stomach pain and gas, as a side effect, but it really sounds you like are experiencing something else.

However, only your doctor is going to be able to really let you know for sure.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Metformin/­

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Tatiana Says:

Hi! I've been on 2000mg Glumetza side December (about ten weeks) and was doing fine. A little over a week ago I started experiencing painful stomach cramps in my upper abdomen under my rib cage. At first it didn't subside but now it comes and goes. I do not get diarrhea, but I do feel gaseous pressure. It's also coupled with an aching lower back. I thought it mIfht be related to eating the wrong thing ( gluten fatty foods) while at the end of a 28-day dr ordered liver cleanse, but now I'm thinking it might be medication related. Your symptoms seem similar to mine. Did you find anything out or get any relief?

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Koku Says:
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Stomach pain with vomiting : my son is suffered for stomach pain and vomiting since 3 days ago, pls Doc what cause it and solution to it

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