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1000 mg glycomet
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Hi, I'm Nidhi... 34 years old n doctor has recommended me 1000mg glycomet thrice a day to treat PCOD problem. For past 2 weeks all was fine but now my stomach remains upset and i've been suffering from loose motions... is glycomet responsible for it ??? Also what to be i have to reduce weight. ## Yes, that could be side effects of this medication, according to NIH reports. You may also experience dizziness, headache, flatulence, and hypoglycemia. Has there been any change, so far? How much do you weigh? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Hypoglycemia.
Tue, May 30 '17, 11:22 PM
glycomet in pcos
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im 25 yr old.. marriage life has passed for 8 months. my doctor says im having pco and told to take glycomet 1gm per day.... can i get pregant with this? ## Hi All, I took glycomet 500 for one month and now i didn't see my period yet. I didn't do HPT also. Is it because of glycomet that my periods were late? Please answer. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Thu, Apr 28 '16, 5:54 AM
Glycomet Gp 3 850
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important points to remember for a general practioner ## any tablet equal to glycomet gp3-850 in Australia ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, Nov 07 '14, 3:47 PM
glycomet gp 1 or else?
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My sugar level is 120-160. But i m taking 2 -2 glycomet gp1 morning & evening.but i want to take only 1-1 tablet both times.what will you prescribe? ## I am taking glycomet gp 1 before meals and my sugar levels were under control till the last 3/4 months.Now my fasting sugar is 140 and PPBS is 200. I am lactose intolerant. My doctor has advised me to increase the medicine by half tablet before lunch. I am taking these medicine since last 8 years. I walk regularly for 40 minutes and do exercise and breathing exercises. I have observed that since last 3/4 months my stomach is upset and have constipation. I seek your advice that will it be okay for me to increase the dose as advised by the doctor. Can metformin be taken by lactose intolerant persons? ## Both of you should follow your d... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Metformin.
Fri, Jul 25 '14, 4:22 PM
glycomet trio
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I am a type 2 diabetes, I am taking glycomet trio 2 for the past two years, it very good. My hba1c is always between 6 and 7. Along with glycomet trio 2 I am also taking Istamet 50/500, these two combinations is very good effective. Request your doctor to suggest Glycomet trio 2 and Istamet 50/500, but the glycomet trio 2 is not available in all medical stores, only at apollo pharamacy i am able to get it. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diabetes.
Tue, Sep 17 '13, 8:29 AM
glycomet r 500
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I know that Glycomet is used by diabetic patients. My wife has become fat unnecessarily. She is 92 kg, 38 years and has 158 cms height. She has thyroiditis and and her USG of Abdomen and Pelvis report shows that she has mild fatty liver and polycystic ovaries (3-4mm follicles). The doctor has suggested her to take glycomet r 500 twice a day. Is it OK if she takes glycomet r 500 to reduce her weight and have a baby? We are also planning to have a baby. Please kindly suggest us. ## She should take the medication as prescribed by her doctor. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and flatulence. Has she started taking it, yet? Has there been any change? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Diabetes.
Wed, Mar 29 '17, 10:50 PM
Glycomet For Pcos
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iam using glycomet sr 500 due to pcod,for the frist time my periods are late for 10 days,,is ther any role of glycomet to delay my periods. ## For what glycomet 250mg is prescribed? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Tue, Aug 13 '13, 9:12 AM
glycomet trio 1/0.3
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I take 1 tab in the morning and 1 at dinner, but from the last 4 months my sugar level (fbs) has been 90 ppbs, 105 to 110. Do I still take the medicine? My hba1c is 6. ## You should continue it for as long as your doctor tells you to continue the medication. There's a chance of your sugar level raising to dangerous levels, if you stop the medications, according the NIH. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, and flatulence. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 9 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Dec 27 '16, 5:45 PM
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WHAT IS PERPOSE USEING THIS DRUG ## Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, this is an oral anti-diabetic drug that is used to help lower and control high blood sugar. Common side effects may include: nausea, headache, low blood sugar and flatulence. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Metformin.
Mon, Nov 29 '10, 6:18 PM
Pcos And Glycomet
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I have been diagnoised with PCOD 5 years back. Before 3 years, i had undergone laproscopic surgery for Rt. Ovary Torsion where the Rt. ovary was also treated for cysts. After this laproscopic surgery, i am facing endometriosis problem - irregular periods, heavy and non-stop bleeding. I was given harmone tablets for the last 3 years (Regestrone, Primolut-N). I had to change doctors due to change of locations. The gynaec with whom i am showing now did a DNC 8 months back. 3 months after DNC i am again facing the endometriosis problem. Now the doc. prescribed glycomet 850 mg, etosys 500mg, gynaec CVP. As glycomet is given for treating diabetes, There is no diabetic history in our family. Is there any chance, that i may get into diabetic problem later in my life. i would like to know how sa... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Women's Health / Fertility.
Sat, Jan 28 '17, 8:08 PM
glycomet gp 2 forte
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My Mother is of 74years and she is diabetic and was prescribed for Glycomat GP-1 twice a day and in the last month doctor has advice to take Glycomat GP-2 twice a day as her Fasting is 158 and after meal its 275. please advice how to control this level and what diet she should take. In fact last year her sugar level was up to above 300-400 when she was in hospital. after discharge our doctor advice to take glycomat GP-1 with Trycomatic(some green colour medicin) which helped to control the level. Please advice what medicine we should take. ## Hello, Kuldeep! Sorry about the problems that your mother is having. However, it really is best to stick with the medications that her doctor has advised her to take. Her doctor is the person that is most familiar with her medical condition and the... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diabetes.
Wed, Aug 28 '13, 3:48 PM
Glycomet Gp 4 Forte
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side effects of the medicine and its effectiveness. ## Dr told me to took Glycomet gp4 forte along with istavel50mg & also istamet 50. i confuused as both istamet & istavel r same. plz gv a valuable sug at an earlier. ## Rabindra, Glycomet_GP 4 contains the active ingredients Metformin and Glimepiride, both of which have been proven effective at helping to lower blood sugar in people that are diabetic. You can learn more Glimepiride details here and more Metformin details here. Samrat, no those two medications are not exactly the same. Istavel contains the active ingredient Sitagliptin. Here where you can learn more Istavel details. But Istamet combines the Sitagliptin with Metformin, which I've already linked to above. The side effects of these types of medications are very... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metformin.
Fri, Feb 15 '13, 4:23 PM
Glycomet Gp2 Forte
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Updated 4 years ago.
Wed, Oct 24 '12, 11:17 PM
glycomet sr 250
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hi im 21 years n I have type 1 diabetics from 3 years n also have thyroid problem im taking glycomet 250 for 3 times n along with tat I take insulin in mrg n night. can u pls tell me thr is effect by taking tablet ## Hey Akshata, Sorry to hear about your condition. Concerning your question about side effects, this is a risk factor with just about any type of prescription medication, including Glycomet (metformin). However, if you'd like to see an overview of all the possible symptoms, I'd suggest visiting the page below, (which seems to have one of the most complete list of side effects I've seen): How has this medication been working for you thus far? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Metformin.
Wed, Sep 24 '14, 5:55 PM
glycomet usage
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I have irregular periods and i am taking glycomet for the past 1 month ......i have already taken g-met for months but my periods din become regular.........i din get my periods for one glycomet a correct treatment for pcod ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, Dec 18 '14, 12:06 AM
glycomet 500 sr
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I am taking Glycomet 500 S.R. for last 1.5 years my insulin was high and i have pcos also..simultaneoulsly, i have hypothoriod also..i m taking this medicine daily after dinner. The doctor advised me to take the same life long. Kindly suggest me to take long time this medicine is ok for me or it will create any type or problem or sideeffect later on. Is these diseases will create any problem after marriage and during perceiving. KINDLY SUGGEST ME ASAP ## Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, it is an oral antidiabetic medication that is used to help control blood sugar. The basic point that I think your doctor is trying to make is that there is no cure for diabetes and you will probably have to be on a medication to help control it, for the rest of your life. And yes, there... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Metformin.
Mon, Mar 10 '14, 7:59 AM
Glycomet 500mg
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Last june i.e 2010 june i have under gone scanning and many test such as harmone,thyroid as i have irregular periodsand all the reports were normal(no PCOD), i used ovacare tablets for 2 months but periods were not regularised.Now when i again consulted doctor as we are planning for baby doctor prescribed me fertomid 50mg(5tabs),gluconorm sr 500mg(30 tabs),ebexid(30 tabs).I wanted to know why i was prescribed gluconorm and ebexid even though i am not diagnoised with PCOD or hyper thyroid..please clear my doubt..thank you.. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Thyroid.
Sun, Jul 31 '11, 9:58 PM
glycomet 250-* mg
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I am married ,I am 30 yr old and my doctor have advised me to take glycomet - 250gm twice a day,thayronam 150 mg as am suffering from pcod (not getting periods since 2 years period inregular) pls can u tell me am i having correct tablets. and when will i get my cycle. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Sep 23 '14, 11:49 PM
glycomet-850 SR
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I have PCOS and doctor has advised me to take Folinext D (once daily) and Glycomet-850 SR (twice daily) untill conception. I want to know why these medicines have been prescribed and will it hamper in me getting pregnant ad also will it have any adverse effect on my baby if i conceive during the period of medication. My report says i have 10-15 tiny folicles of 5-6 mm each. Is this a huge problem for me? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, Jun 23 '14, 11:30 PM
glycomet sr 500
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I take amryl 2mg before breakfast and glycomet SR 500 after breakfast and before dinner also. Is it right way of taking? ## Amaryl contains the active ingredient Glimepiride and Glycomet contains the active ingredient Metformin, both are oral antidiabetic medications used to help control blood sugar. And yes, they are usually taken at mealtime, unless your doctor has instructed you otherwise, since that is when most blood sugar spikes occur. Is using them this way keeping your sugar under control? ## I am 68 male. So far I was taking Glimet DS 500 after meal. My fasting sugar was 114. PP was 145. My friend suggested Glycomet 500 instead of Glimet DS 500. After 10 days my fasting sugar has gone up to 150 and PP is 197. Why this and how to solve? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Amaryl.
Thu, May 02 '13, 10:01 PM

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