Gemer 2 Substitute

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Substitute of pioz 15 mg for diabetic patient

I am a diabetic type 2 patient for the last 20 yrs. My present age is 71 yrs. I am presently taking 3 glynesse mf (500 mg per tab) per day and half of Pioz 15mg per day. I have learnt that pioz contains pioglitazone which may cause urinary cancer. Please advice me an alternate of pioz. ## I am a diabetic for the past 14 years. Have also undergone angioplasty having 80% blockage. My medication for diabetes was Gemer P2. However the doctor has changed it and now I am on Gemer2 + Poiz 15, Glucobay M15, and Glucobay 15. For blood pressure I take Amlopin M and Tazloc 40. I have noticed that I am putting on weight despite reduced food intake avoiding any carbs. I INTEND to stop taking Pioz 15. My sugar test if I randomly take it is FBS 125-130 and PP 145-150. Is it okay if I stop taking Pioz ... ...

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is the tablet gemerpl 1 banned for diabetics

My chemist tells me that the tablet GemerPL 1 has been withdrawn from their shelves. So what is the substitute for it? Please let me know. ## UPDATE: I AM WRITING FROM INDIA. TWO WEEKS BACK, THE TABLET WAS WITHDRAWN FROM THE SHELVES. IT CAUSED US A LOT OF PROBLEMS AND WENT TO THE NET SEEKING FOR AN ALTERNATIVE. FORTUNATELY THE FOOD AND DRUG DIVISION OF THE GOVT. HAS REVOKED THEIR DECISION AND THE TABLET IS AVAILABLE ONCE MORE. ...

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