Forminal 500 Is It Essential For Treating.diabetes

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simphiwe Says:
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I have been given forminal500 instead of glucophage, i do have diarrhoea ,and my mouth and tongue are dry and sore,i do request for advice as this is an irritating situation



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Verwon Says:

They are actually just different brand names for the same medication, they both contain Metformin.

Those side effects can be normal, as reported by the FDA, you may also experience abdominal pain, flatulence and low blood sugar.

What have your recent sugar levels been?

Are you on any other medications?

How long have you been taking it? Most side effects tend to go away, with time, once your body gets used to a medication.

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