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babuji Says:

What are the side effects of the Pioz tab 7.5 mg

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Raghu Says:

Increase in weight, increase in the waist & hip, during low sugar leads to lack of concentration, turns you totally blank

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Verwon Says:

Pioz contains the active ingredient Pioglitazone, which is an oral antidiabetic medication, used to help lower and control blood sugar.

Side effects may include: nausea, fluid retention, peripheral edema and mild weight gain.

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Prashant Says:

Pioz 7.5 is the lowest dose of Pioglitazone (An Anti diabetic drug), most of the side effects of pioglitazone are dose dependent, thus are the least with Pioz 7.5, while gives the similar effecasy as pioglitazone 15mg

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Prashant Says:

@ raghu, the symptoms u r talking about is hypoglycemia... Pioglitazone is one of the safest drugs to be prescribed in this regards.
Patients with a risk of hypoglycemia should not be prescribed following drugs as they can cause hypo - Glibenclamide, gliclazide

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