Glycomet Side Effects

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glycomet[metformin] when given to diabetics upto what doses can be taken safely ?what are the side effects of overdoses?is it fatal?



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Verwon Says:

An overdose of anything can be potentially fatal, especially this type of medication, which can drop a person's blood sugar far too low.

This however, would not be what is considered a side effect. Signs of overdosage can include: nausea, vomiting, severe drowsiness and respiratory impairment.


In the U.S. it is available in dosages of up to 1,000mgs, though you should follow your doctor or pharmacists instructions for how much to use and how often to take it.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Metformin/­

What is your recommended dosage?

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TARA Says:

TIMINGS TO FOLLOW using Glycomet 500 mg for PCO TREATMENT and Weight loss. Please advice

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D A Desai Says:

At present I am prescribed glycomet GP2 before breakfast and dinner and one onglyza before lunch for one month. The HbA1c was 7.8 though the fasting and pp blood sugar levels were at 86 and 88 respectively after three weeks of glycomet GP2 thrice a day with onglyza before lunch as now.
I am having diabetes for 20 years and had angioplasty in July 2010. Is the dose ok?

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AMY Says:

does glycomet 500 cause weight loss

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munna Says:

hi,
This is Munna here,

I ve taken 10 tablets of 200mg each glycomate at a time , what r the side effects....

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Tapan Kumar Chakraborty Says:

My Fasting blood sugar is 113- Ha1C is 6.8 - I am 63 years old . Doctor prescribed me Glycomet 500 - one tablet daily after lunch - I want to know should i start it and whare the side effects of Glycomet.

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Heena Says:
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Hello! I have taken 21 tablets of Glycomet 250.....what will be their side effects? How can I recover from that disaster?

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