Met Sr 500 Tablet

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What happens if x Met sr 500mg tab is consumed on an empty stomach?



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Verwon Says:

Actually, that's when it should be taken, on an empty stomach just before a meal.

This contains the active ingredient Metformin in a time released formulation, it is an oral antidiabetic medication that's used to help lower and control blood sugar. Taking it just before a meal allows some of the medication to start being released, so it can start working to help control your blood sugar by the time you are digesting your food.

Side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, flatulence and low blood sugar.

Learn more XMet-SR details here.

Are there any other questions I can help with?

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rohit Says:
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Will xmet 500mg works after food to control sugar, coz I am using it and my sugar level is 215mg/dl after food.


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Farheen Says:
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Is GD Met 500 sr (Metformin) used to help get pregnant? My problem is I have pcod. If I take this tablet will I be able to get pregnant?

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