Volibo M 0.3

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shri Says:


volibo m 0.3 is to be taken once or twice daily?



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Jenna Says:

Hi shri,

Based on my research, the usual adult dose for Volibo (voglibose) is 200 to 300 mcg 3 times a day on an empty stomach, 15-30 minutes before meals. Always be sure to follow the prescribing information that was given to you by your doctor or pharmacist.

Voglibose is an alpha-glucosidase inhibitor used for lowering post-prandial blood glucose levels in people with diabetes mellitus.

Voglibose delays the absorption of glucose and thereby reduces the risk of macrovascular complications. Postprandial hyperglycemia (PPHG) is primarily due to first phase insulin secretion. Alpha glucosidase inhibitors (such as Voglibose) delay glucose absorption at the intestine level and thereby prevent sudden surge of glucose after a meal.

Some side effects to be aware of are:
Flatulence; abdominal distension; diarrhoea; pain; skin reactions; hypoglycemia; increased LFT.
Potentially Fatal: Hepatotoxicity

I hope this info helps to answer your question!

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Jugal Says:
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I have been prescribed VOLIBO M 0.3 alongwith GLYNASE MF,both twice daily.My Sugar Reding was327(pp) on 16 july'15.I started Volibo M 0.3 from that day and Sugar (Fasting) was 136 on 25 july'14.
How it reflects the effect of Volibo M 0.3?

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harishchandra kukreja Says:

I am Type 2 Diabetic patient living in UAE. on my last visit to Mumbai I have been prescribed 'Starvog 0.3mg / Volibo 0.3HG

Request please clarify if the above 2 medicines are different or substitutes of each other.

Regads, Harishchandra Kukreja

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harishchandra kukreja Says:

Is VOLIBO 0.3HG substitute of STARVOG 0.3mg
Regards, Harishchandra Kukreja

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Avinash Says:

I have diabetes and Fasting/PP level are 115/230 and HBA1C 7.2. I do regular walking for 45 min. My doctor has prescribed me Glimisave max2 before lunch and dinner, Janumet XR before lunch, Volibo 0.3 during lunch & dinner. I am taking these medicines from last 5 days, however, feel gastro heaviness, vomiting sensation. Whether medicine combination is correct? What more precaution I should take.

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SANATAN KUNDU Says:

I AM 76 YEARS OLD HAVING DIBETES SINCE LAST 15 YEARS. MY SUGER LEVEL IN 160 /260. I AM TAKING GLYCOMET 1000 GM 1 + VOLIBO 0.3 1 BEFORE MEAL IN THE MORNING AND EVENING. ALSO TAKING INSULIN 30 + 25 M&E. IS IT OK PLEASE SUGGEST. I HAVE BEEN PRESCRIBED TO TAKE POLYTORVA 5 KIT, WHAT IS ITS PURPOSE, SHOULD I DISCONTINUE.

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mymoona Says:
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Cratin level is 1.44 blood uria 66 can she eat volibo M 0.3

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sistla Says:

Hi,

I am suffering from CAD with CABG and Diabeties. I am using the following medications as of March 15th, 2017: Korandel %mg 1-0-1; Clopivas AP 75 1-0-0; Telmah 40 1-0-0; Rosavel F10 0-0-1; for heart and Gemer 2 1-0-1; Volibo M 0.3 0-1-0; Tresiba degludec 15 units @ 10 PM.

Can I use Volibo M 0.3: 1-1-0 and stop Gemer-2? I am experiencing side effects such as constipation, heart, stomach, throat burning, knee/joint pains, heavy headed, etc... Please advise!

My Glucose reading as of March 15th 2017 is: FBS 234 and PPBS 381 (before Volibo use)

March 30th 2017: FBS 122 and PPBS 176 - and 2 hours after lunch - 142 (After Volibo & Tresiba 15 days use)

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