Metformin Withdrawal Help

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Fluffy Says:
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Kathy still available metformin with my friend still has bad headaches comes n goes then off it wen on glicerizide off this and on a new one no idea which one does all diabetic medicine cause withdrawal why is his head bad



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Fluffy Says:
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Am upset thinking he nerves damaged my marriage never happen now I not be here any more I tell my Dr I want to die

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Fluffy! How are you doing?

It could be due to your blood sugar readjusting, after the medication switch. Things should settle back down, after about 4 to 5 weeks, once your body adjusts to the change.

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia.

There is no reason to not proceed with your marriage. The depression could also be due to your blood sugar being out of control.

Have you considered consulted a counselor for help?

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fluffy Says:
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He been like this long time meds not suitable he on stigagliptin I think I know today am his gf he went diabetic checks last we be speaking today his metformin made him like this he bowel bleeds some times to Will he get normal again I thinks he eating roti bread thats flour this won't help I will seriously tell him off not to eat itp

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Fluffy Says:
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He got heavy head does it go away after metformin stopped

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Fluffy Says:
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Hi kathy
my friend says show some improvements at moment got weakness he must be healing now

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