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Metformin Er 750

Just got my Metformin ER 750 refilled. The pills look different... could be different manufacturer? One has 93 on one side and 7212 on the other. The other has 143 stamped on one side and nothing I can see on the other side. Help? ## Yes, they are both the same medication, a controlled release formulation of Metformin in a 750mg dosage. The one with the 93 is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and the 143 is manufactured by Sun Pharmaceuticals. It is common for the pharmacy to switch which generic they supply, depending on which company was offering the cheapest price, when they needed to restock their supply. It's how they keep their prices as low as possible for customers without insurance. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I was prescribed with CLOPIDOGREL -PLAGERINE 7... ...

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Metformin pill sizes

please help! I have been on Metformin since March2010 500mg 3 x daily and I am really not getting on with it....I have perservered and GP offered me Glucophage 750mg twice daly but the pills were so big I couldnt swallow them (never been able to swallow tablets and struggle to swallow metformin) My diabetes came after chemotherapy, I had bowel cancer and was one of the very lucky ones and had anterior resection and all was successful. Ive also had IBS for 30 years and told after op that I would still have it...great after all that lol....I also have intolerances etc which are very much under control...so Im a real mixed bag! My Oncologist and Consultant have told me I must change from metformin and I must tell my GP...I would like to know what I can ask for that I could swallow because ... ...

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supposed to be Metformin ER

pill with 93 and 7212 on it ## The pill in description is Metformin hydrochloride ER (750 mg). You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## The following site gives a DIFFERENT physical description: rxlist.com/glucophage-drug-patient.htm Caused me a bit of concern since it comes when Metformin HCl ER 750 mg is searched. ## It is possible for a single type of generic medication such as Metformin to take on many appearances and inscriptions. This is simply because of the possibility of there being multiple generic manufacturers making that product. Please note, however, that those inscriptions are tracked by the FDA and should be readily available when c... ...

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Effects weight gain metformin

I weigh myself twice weekly, my scale tells me I have gained 4 pounds over a short period. I have been on Metformin 750 for over a year. My concern is this rapid gain. Can anyone tell me about their experience and what they found to keep weight stable. My diet includes fresh fruit , low carb vegetables, some whole grain bread, and whole wheat pasta. I noticed recently though snacking on nuts mixed in dried fruit. ## How rapidly have you gained weight? The NIH does warn that diabetes itself can cause weight changes, however there are other issues that could cause it, as well, such as high blood pressure, edema, or a heart condition. Thus, the safest thing to do would be to have this checked out by your medical provider, for your own safety. How much are you snacking? Some nuts can contai... ...

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Metformin HCL ER vs Metformin ER

Was taking Metformin HCL ER TABS 750mg by Teva. Got new insurance and they sent Metformin ER TAB 750mg by Watson. Are they the same? ## They are both the same medicaton, the HCL just stands for Hydrochloride, which designates the precise chemical salt the medication is derived from and wasn't included as an abbreviation on the second one from Watson. Learn more Metformin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Was taking metformin er 750 mg with side effects (by amneal lab). Picked up prescription from pharmacy for metformin er 750 mg from andrx lab. Anyone takin this med from andrx lab? If so, what side effects should I look for? I believe this company is also Watson mfg . Correct me if I am wrong. Thanks in advance for the info ## I am buying Metformin at Walmart ... ...

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Metformin Hydrochloride i p - 1000mg + Methylcobalamin 750 mcg

Please let us know under what brand names the above-noted composition is available in the markets of Delhi & the name of the company ## Did you find a medication? I'm sorry, but I don't have any information on what the brand names would be for it there, if that combination is even available. Learn more Metformin details here. Learn more Methylcobalamin details here. Does anyone else know what it would be found under there? Did you try asking a chemist/pharmacist? ## I need to brand of any products having combination of metformin with methycoblamin oral form ...

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rejumet (methylcobalamin & metformin)

I am a diabetic, doctor prescribed me rejumet ( methylcobalamin & metformin) to eat 1 tab daily in the morning. when should i eat before breakfast/food or after? ## It is diabetes tablet. Kindly advise. ## rejumet(metformin 500mg+methylcobalamin 750mcg) it was prescribed for my wife for pregnancy is it having any problem...because diabetic patients also had this can I get explain for this... ## This medication is usually intended to be taken just before a meal, unless your doctor instructs otherwise, so it has the chance to start working by the time you are digesting your meal and will usually experience the most blood sugar changes. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, stomach pain, headache, and hypoglycemia. Maddy, what reason ... ...

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metformin alternating between strength

Can I alternate between strength 1000 one night 750 the next night and so on ## Hello, Marie! How are you? Yes, you can do that, as long as your doctor approves. Some people do, because they may find that consistently taking the higher dose causes their blood sugar to fall too low. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Glycomet 750

Doc told me that i ve a problem that is my ovaries has been expanded. so she suggested me to take Glycomet 750 tablet. I just wanna know does it has any side effect if taken during pregnancy or till i conceive a baby. pls suggest me ans for my query. ## This medication is most commonly used to diabetes, as well as PCOS/PCOD, do you remember the doctor mentioning PCOS, or PCOD? That sounds like it could be your problem, and if so, it would be best to take the medication as directed. Such conditions can cause many problems conceiving a baby, so you really need to get it under control. It contains the active ingredient Metformin. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, diarrhea, and flatulence. It is also considered safe to take while p... ...

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H Drug

are m350 injectable? ## The pill in description marked M 350, is Metformin hydrochloride ER (750 mg). When you inject this specific pill, you're also getting the following inactive ingredients in your veins; which is very dangerous in my honest opinion: carnauba wax silicon dioxide colloidal magnesium stearate polyethylene glycol stearic acid Some people may have found ways to filter these out through various processes (i.e. microwaving, crushing, shifting, etc), but I'm just offering my own two-cents here and wouldn't recommend injecting something that should be taken orally. ...

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M350

lARGE, OVAL WHITE PILL WITH m350 STAMPED ON IT ## The pill in description marked M350, is Metformin hydrochloride ER (750 mg). You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ...

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Will Lyrica Work

My husband was diagnosed with diabetes 10/8/13. He probably has had it for 3 yr. He's is on 750 Metformin 2 a day, 600mg Gabapentin 3 aday. Still in much pain.He also weights 116, has lost 100lbs. in two years Just got prescribed Lyrica 50mg. 3 a day. Lyrica is very expensive. JUST WONDERING IF IT WILL HELP. Any comments welcome. ## Hello, Cheryl! How are you? Unfortunately, no one can tell you whether or not it will help him, the only way to know that is by his actually taking it to find out how it works for him. There should be a cheaper generic available, though. And it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, weight changes and mood swings. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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pink pill 143

pink tablet with the numbers 143 on it ## Is it an oblong tablet? If so, Sun Pharmaceuticals lists it as containing 750mgs of Metformin, which is most commonly used to treat high blood sugar, and other conditions as deemed appropriate by your doctor. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, and flatulence. The inactive ingredients may include: xanthan gum hypromellose sodium carbonate povidone ferric oxide red magnesium silicate magnesium stearate silicon dioxide But they can vary. ...

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107 on one side and b on the other side

large, white, oval, 107 on one side, b or 9 on other side ## The pill in description marked 107 b, is Metformin hydrochloride ER (750 mg). You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## is there any tylenol in 30mg oxycodone ...

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P728

oval/oblong, light orange or salmon color with either a P or the breast cancer ribbon symbol followed by 728. ## Actually, that is supposed to be an R. This pill is Metformin XR 750mgs, a generic for Glucophage. This is a diabetes medicine, used to help them control and lower their blood sugar levels. ...

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white vicodin with m35o on one side with the other side blank

white vicodin with m35o on one side with the other side blank ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Metformin hydrochloride extended release (750 mg). The pill looks to be more of an off-white color. For information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## i've got this too, my friend just got his wisdom teeth out and gave me a few. not sure if it's real vicodin? ...

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tramadol gabapentin and ativan

I am 71 years young. I have diabetes 2, schizoaffective disorder, osteoarthritis and cervical spinal stenosis as major illnesses. For all this I take 1000 mg of metformin twice daily, risperidone 1 mg, bubropion hcl XL 300 mg, lorazepam 0.5mg 3 to 4 times daily, 750 mg of nabumetone once to twice daily, 100 mg of tramadol 3 times daily, and 900 mg of gabapentin 3 times daily. I have pinched nerves in my neck and have had many procedures including a rhyzotomy for the pinched nerves and neck problems. I still get around fine, drive a car, and have job. I also drink one or two beers most days after work. The only problems I've ever had with the medicines was strong sedation the first two times I took gabapentin. After that it never happened again. It also took 3 to 4 weeks for the tram... ...

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Glyciphage

I would like more information about this drug. ## Are you referring to the diabetes medication Glucophage? It contains the active ingredient Metformin and is used to help lower and control blood sugar. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and flatulence. You can read more here: ## i take lorvas and dilzem sr 90- one tablet each for hypewtrtension and 750 mg glyciphage for diabetes. I have ecently been diagnosed to b suffering from prostrate cancer - it is confined to prostrate and I have been given Zoladex 10.8mg inj and am taking one tab dicalutamide 50mg daily. the dozalex inj will be repeated after three months. I am also taking one 500 mg tab of calcium daily because I had a surgery of mt broken thigh bone which has been strengthened with a rod about nine mo... ...

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Watson 385, Vicidon m360,m350,

Which of the above has less asprain/acedmedian. I can't take meds with inclucd lots of those ingreatants in them due to a liver problem ## Watson 385 is Acetaminophen (500 mg) + Hydrocodone (7.5 mg). M360 is Acetaminophen (750 mg) + Hydrocodone (7.5 mg). M350 is Metformin hydrochloride (750 mg). If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ...

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glucored effective medicine

Hi, I am from about 38 and just 8 month before I diagnosed that I am diabetic type 2, from India and working Saudi Arabia here medical facilities are very well but doctors and medicines are not ok, so I was prescribed Metformin 500 mg...my sugar level was 150 in fasting and 180 in pp. then again doctor prescribed Glucophage 750 mg twice a day...I took it till 5 months. excercise eveyday, walk 4-5 km, and avoid all carb/sweet food living like old man of 60, and found my sugar level in fasting 170 and 195 two hours after food, also several times feel chest pain, contact cardiologist, go through ECG, Cardiography, TMT all normal but why pain ? one doctor said Glucophase cause chest pain. Then one he is senior to me advised me stop to take Glucophase 750 mg, it will load liver and kidney and c ...

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