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Pioz Mf 15 Side Effects

What are the known side effects of Pioz 15? ## Pioz-MF contains the active ingredients Pioglitazone and Metformin, it is an oral antidiabetic medication, used to help lower and control blood sugar. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, flatulence and low blood sugar. More details: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I come to understand that PIOZ MF G-1 is causing side effects. What is an alternate medicine for PIOZ MG G-1? ## So what is the alternative? Please reply. ## Pioz-MF contains the active ingredients Pioglitazone and Metformin, it is an oral antidiabetic medication, used to help lower and control blood sugar. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, flatulence and low blood sugar. MY QUESTION IS: "WHAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE". Doctors are not knowing. The...

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Banning OF Pioz

I have been taking Pioz15 for my diabetic problem , for the last say 6 years. I now understand that this drug is banned. Pl let me know what damages that drug would have made in my body . Also what is other medicine which I can take inplace of Pioz 15. Thanks. ## Hello, Based on my research, Pioz15 contains (15 mg) of the active ingredient Pioglitazone; which is a prescription drug of the class thiazolidinedione (TZD) with hypoglycemic (antihyperglycemic, antidiabetic) action to treat diabetes. It is used to improve glucose control in adults over the age of 18 with type 2 diabetes. Pioglitazone is marketed as trademarks Actos in the USA, Canada, the UK and Germany, Glustin in Europe, Glizone and Pioz in India by Zydus Cadila and USV Limited, respectively and Zactos in Mexico by Takeda P...

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White Oblong Pill With C 27

White oblong pill with c27 on one side blank on other ## Based on the description provided, this pill does not exist in any of the US drug databases; therefore I cannot determine anything, other than the possibility that you may have read the markings wrong, or that this pill was imported from another country. Other than double checking the markings on the pill, I would suggest checking your sources of where you got the pill from. If it is in fact a valid source, I would personally go to your local pharmacy for clarification. If it is not from a valid source, odds are it's not the real thing or it is perhaps an old discontinued pill. Either way, please be so kind to post back your findings so others can reference it for similar searches or to help you locate other possibilities. ## ...

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30 P10 round white pill

I found this pill vacuuming my guest room. What is this for? My cousin was staying in the room for a few days. I want to know what it is used for? He has some health issues and I'm concerned. ## Found a pill after friend left p10 other 80 what is it for ## @Puka, A round white pill with P10 on one side and 30 on the back is reportedly identified as Pioglitazone hydrochloride (30mg); indicated for use in treating type 2 diabetes. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Accord Healthcare and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 16729-0021. @Beanue, I've yet to come across anything with the P10 80 imprint. Is there any chance you may have meant to put P10 30 as stated above? Also, what color is your pill?

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round white pill with P10 on one side and 30 on the other

The P10 is actually a PIO and stands for pioglitazone which is the generic for Actos. The 30 is for the dosage of 30mg. This is an oral drug used for diabetes. ## Yes, that is correct, and to add more details, the FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, stomach pain, diarrhea, and hypoglycemia. Is there anything I can help with?

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Aurobindo Used For

what is this drug used for? ## Hi Pam, I ran a google search and from what I can gather, Aurobindo is actually the name of a pharmaceutical company based in India. Do you have a pill with an "Aurobindo" imprint on it? If so, if you could provide me with me some more detail about the pill, such as: color, shape, markings, etc... I can definitely do my best to identify it for you. Thanks! ## Hello , need to know what else is used for ? Pioglitazone metformin 15- 500 . Aurobindo Pharm . The last part was added to it ? / Already had but the last part?

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zolid

PLS DO URGENT ## Which Zolid are you asking about? The regular Zolid contains the active ingredient Pioglitazone. Zolid Plus contains Pioglitazone and Metformin. Both are used to treat Type 2 Diabetes. Common side effects may include: nausea, flatulence, drowsiness and weight gain. You can read more on the active ingredients here: Do you have any specific questions? ## I am using zolid plus and i feel nausea n drowsiness please tell me is it side effect of this medicine

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Triglynase 1 Side Effects

Sugar level : Fasting- 124 & PP- 196 Dr. prescribed Tryglynase-1 & Cobadex CZS My age is 39. Please send me details about this medicine in this condition & suggest me a diet chart . ## my age is 50y fasting 345 & ppb 389 dr. prescribed triglynase @pregamet75 ## There is no proper diet char, per se, you should healthy, staying with foods as low in sugar and fats, as possible, plus make sure you get plenty of exercise. You can both learn more about diabetes here: Triglynase contains the active ingredients Pioglitazone and Metformin: The Cobadex CZS is just a nutritional supplement: The Pregamet contains the active ingredient Pregabalin, which is an anticonvulsant that has also been shown to help with certain types of nerve pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ## m...

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Pioz 7 5

pl give good effects as well as bad effects of PIOZ 7.5 mg tab for diabetes treatment ## Pioz contains the active ingredient Pioglitazone. The good effect, of course, is getting your blood sugar under control and maintaining it at proper levels. Not doing so puts you at risk of severe health complications from it running too high, such as dangerous organ damage. Learn more Pioglitazone details here. As to any side effects, it may cause nausea, dizziness, stomach upset and hypoglycemia. How long have you been taking it? ## Name of Drugs avoidin during taking pioz 7.5 mg

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what are the side effects of pioglitazone hydrochloride plus metaphormin

I AM A SUGAR PATIENT AND DR PRESCRIBED ME PIOZMF-30 ABOUT 2 YEARS BACK. IMMEDIATELLY AFTER A MONTH OF USE I DEVELOPED SKIN ALLERGY AND SINCE THEN I AM SUFFERING FROM SKIN ALLERGY. I WANT TO KNOW IF IT IS A SIDE EFFECT OF PIOGLITAZONE OR SOMTHING ELSE. ## dnt take pioz 30 ... it leads to bladder cancer ... my mother took it fr a year an so ... now she is suffering from gall bladder carcinoma ....

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why pioz mf g2 is banned in india

I am using Pioz MF G2 to control my Blood sugar since two years. Blood sugar level is well controlled. Recently when I tried to find this medicine from market, I am told this is banned due to some chances of stomach cancer. Can any Doctor advise me why it is banned and should I continue the same medicine or not. Regards, Sanjib M. ## Hi Sanjib, Based on my research, the ban on Pioglitazone (Pioz MF G2) in India was actually revoked back in August of 2013. Apparently the reason why it was banned in the first place had to do with the central government's opinion concerning the safety of Pioglitazone, thinking it may have had life-threatening side effects (I believe cancer was one of them). However, after several protests from doctors across the country, I guess they let up on their de...

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RIGHT PRESCRIPTION

I am using voglibose 0.2 (TDS), Glycomet 1gm (BDS - Morning & Evening) and Pioglitazone 30 + Becosules- Z (ODS - Lunch time), along with Olmesar - H (ODS - Morning). My parameters are well within the control. Is this prescription is harmless and can be used for long run? I am also taking a course of 5KM daily (morning- evening) for walking.

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round white pill with and m 48 on one side nothing the other

I have a white round pill that has an m 48 on one side and nothing on the other what is it plZ. ## Hi, Veronica! How are you? This tablet contains 15mgs of Pioglitazone, which is an oral antidiabetic medication. Due to concerns over an increased risk of bladder tumors, this medication has been removed from the market in some countries. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, upper arm fractures and hypoglycemia. Learn more Pioglitazone details here. Is there anything else I can help with?

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What Is The Role of Tablet Pionorm 15 & tablet pinom 20 for A Diabetic Person

I have diabets from last 10 years & I am taking insulin daily morning & evening.please get me the answer of the above mentioned subject at the earliest ## Pionorm contains the active ingredient Pioglitazone, it is an oral antidiabetic medication, it's different than insulin, but has some of the same effects. Some people respond better to oral medications and others to insulin, while some people require a combination of both. Learn more Pioglitazone details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Pionorm 15 is not available in medical, doctor has suggested Vogo 0.3 mg 2daily, compratvely it is costly, is there any substitutes tablets same. ## Is there any tablet named 'Pinom AM' available in the market mfd by Lupin...

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Pioz Mf G2 Forte

Diabetic since 20 years now m 53 years, Just started with this medicine...needed to know:- 1. Does it contain Steroids or element of Insulin? 2. Any side effects on Heart, kidneys etc.? ## No, this does not contain steroids of any type. The active ingredients are Pioglitazone, Glimepiride and Metformin, all of which are oral antidiabetic medications used to help lower band control blood sugar. Thus, they are different than insulin, but do work similarly on your blood sugar. You can learn more Pioglitazone details here and there are more Glimepiride details here and you can find more Metformin details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and hypotension. And there is usually some risk to your organs from most medications, but with diabetes the risk is far greate...

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Pioglit Mf 15 Side Effects

I am using Pioglit MF 15 one tablet regularly after dinner. Please inform me about the side effects of the tablet in details. ## Hello, Apurba! How are you? Why are you taking it after dinner? Is that when your doctor told you to take it? For ideal lowering of blood sugar, these medications are usually taken just before a meal, so it has a chance to start entering your blood stream and working in your body by the time you begin to digest your food. Pioglit-MF contains the active ingredients Pioglitazone and Metformin and the side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and hypoglycemia. Learn more Pioglitazone details here. Learn more Metformin details here.

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Tablet Pioz MF 7.5

tablet mf 7.5 or glyciphase G I, which is better. ## Which one has your doctor recommended? Pioz-MF contains Pioglitazone and Metformin, while Glyciphage G1 contains Glimepiride and Metformin, both of these medications are effective at helping to control blood sugar in people that suffer from diabetes. It really comes down to discovering which one works best for you. They can both cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, flatulence and low blood sugar. You can learn more Metformin details here and there are more Glimepiride details here and you can find more Pioglitazone details here.

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side effect of tribet 2 tablet by Abbott

i was using this tab w ef 26/3/13 .on 27/4/13 my bs level fasting =82/pp=108 from 414; and on 11/6/13 it came down to 71/97. I contacted endocronologist on 12/6 fearing that fs may fall further , so dr splitted the same med composition i.e.glimpride,pioglitazone hydrochloride & ext release metaformin hydrocloride to =PIOGLIT G (glimpiride 2 mg+pioglitazone 15 mg) And Exermet 1000 mg by cipla in liuen of 500 mg in trbet 2. my question is that this cobination will check further fall of fs?. it may pl be noted that i was digonised for thyroid tsh >10 subsequently came dn to 0.34 in 1 month ie 27/4/13,alongwith dibetease/bp on 26/3/13 .my age 62years & my bs fs was 85 thr out 25 to 61 years.can thyroid cause diebetease? as my et fallen from 78 (19/12/12 ) to 64 kg in 3months (26...

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Pioz Mfg2

I done my diabetic test so in test my diabeties came 369 (fasting) and doctor suggested me PIOZ MFG2 ( two times in day, Roseday F( a time in day) but I don't want take a madission so any other way for loss the my diabeties. Please sugges me. what shuld I do. ## There may come a time where you won't need medications and can control it with diet and exercise, but initially especially with levels that high, you are in danger and need to use medications to bring it down fast. Learn more Pioglitazone details here. Learn more Metformin details here. The important one here for the diabetes is the Pioz MFG2, so you should at least take it. The Roseday-F however, is used to help lower cholesterol and will not do anything for high blood sugar. Have you discussed your concerns with your d...

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my diabetic meds

i humbly seek help regarding the med sleepasil. i am diabetic & been regulary drinking pioglitazone 30 mg before dinner & likewise taking my levemir determir insulin shots of 13 units before breakfast & 8 units before dinner. i think i have insomnia that is why i wanted to try sleepasil. is it alright to this med together with my diabetic med & insulin?

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