Comparison Of Windamet Tablets And Pio M 15 Tablets

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I was taking Windamet tablets for diabetese which seems to have been withdrawn by the company.Now the Doctor has advised PIO M 15 tablets in its place. Can someone inform which tablet is better?

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Verwon Says:

Windamet contains Rosiglitazone and Metformin.

The Rosiglitazone has been banned, due to the fact that is can cause sever cardiac problems. So, any medication that contains it has been removed from the market.

PIO M 15 contains Metformin and Pioglitazone, which is in the same class of medications, but has not been proven to cause the same dangers.

There isn't any one med that can be said to be better for any one person, than any other. You really just have to try it and see how it works for you.




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