Pioz Mf G2

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Santanu Says:

I am 58 years old. recently I observed that Pioz MF G 2 Forte tablet is coming out through stool in the day time. So, my stomach is without tablet for rest of the period till I take the tablet at dinar time. That is why, though my fasting and post lunch sugar level is within range, but the average shows 170 by test. What is the problem?

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Verwon Says:

You are misunderstanding how the tablets work.

What you are seeing in your stool is just the shell of the tablet, after the medication has been released into your body to do its job and by the time you see it, it's the prior dose, not the most recent one that you've taken, since it takes quite awhile for them to process through your body.

For instance you take one with your dinner, then you take a dose in the morning, but at noon you have a bowel movement and see the shell of a tablet in your stool….the one that you're seeing is an empty shell and it's actually the one you took at dinner the night before, not the one you just took at breakfast.

I hope I'm explaining this clearly.

Is there anything else I can do to help you understand how this works?

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