Glimepiride Metformin Side Effects

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kca Says:


For diabetic treatment my dr asked me to take Glimepiride 2mg + Metformin 500mg (1-1), Voglibose 0.3 mg (1-1) & Pioglitazone 30mg + Metformin 500 mg (1-1). When in the monring after breakfast I took Glimepiride 2mg + Metformin 500mg together along with Pioglitazone 30mg + Metformin 500 mg by Noon, I felt heaviness in my head. Is it the side effect of these medicines? Should I continue to to take or leave it? Please advise.



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NEVER AGAIN Says:

I took the combination and ended up in the emergency room because I couldn't uninate and they had to insert a catheter. My wife started checking on the combo plus other meds I was already taking (metoprolol for my heart and ranitidine for my gurd and it turns out they are contraindicated with the combo above. The other side effect I had was constipation. My feces got like elk pellets (like large rabbit pellets) and woldn't come out. Miserable time. The Drs. looked skeptical but when I cut back to only metformin all went back to normal. Never again!


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kca Says:

I am having schephornia and taking followigmedicines. Since last a few days I have been facing sleepiness problem. No interest in food. Talk less and in gloomy mood.
My daughter asked me t take nitrosun for sleep problem. Would like to have your valuable advise in this case.

ARIP MT (10) 1 X
SKIZORIL 25 50
PREGALIN FORTE X x 1
TRIDEN (2) 1 1
DIZITAC 1 1
SETRAL(25) 1 1
TRAZINE S X 1

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Verwon Says:

What do you mean by saying heaviness in your head? Could you please post back and be more specific?

The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects of these medications a possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, stomach pain and hypoglycemia.



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