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I AM DIABITIC PATIENT SINCE LAST 20YEARS AT PRESENT I AM TAKING ZUKER METMORFFIN 500MG& VOBOSE TWO TIMES A DAY WITH FOOD EVEN THOUGH MY SUGAR BEFORE FOOD REMAINS AROUND 200 & AFTER FOOD REMAINS ABOUT 300 BLOOD SUGAR ,I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHY IT IS SO , FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE USING CARDEC 5 MG PLEASE EMAIL YOUR ADVICE TO CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR BY MEDICINE TABLET ,NOT INSULENE INJECTION ## Due to the sensitive nature of your question, this is something I would honestly suggest discussing with your doctor first. Reason being is that each of these medications can often effect each individual differently depending the type of diabetes and how severe it may be. So determining the correct dosage and administration for each drug should only be done by a certified medical doctor and not a ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Sat, Apr 27 '13, 2:06 PM
vobose with glycomet
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My mother is 70 years old .her fasting bl sugar is 188 and pp is279. Dr prescribed him glycomet gp 2 at breakfast and vobose 0.3at lunch. Pl advice me is that suitable for him or not ## He should take the medications as prescribed by his doctor. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, stomach pain, and diarrhea. Have they helped improve his blood sugar, yet? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, May 30 '17, 11:34 PM
Vobose .2 antidiabitic tab
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I wish to have information about antidiabitic tab. vobose.2 its side effects and how it works for a diabitic person ,which way it is different from other antidiabitic drugs. ## I wish to have information about antidiabitic tab. vobose.2 its side effects and how it works for a diabitic person ,which way it is different from other antidiabitic drugs. ## how does the drug vobose 0.3 helps in diabetes and what are the side effects of this drug? ## Vobose (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 in... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Glucose.
Tue, Apr 24 '12, 8:48 PM
asp atorva 75
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I have been prescribed Glycomet GP 2 forte(morning and evening) vobose 0.3(before food in morning) path 15(night) and atrova asp 75 (night). Is there are any side effects of using the medicines. I have also been prescribed penegra. Can this combination of medicine is okay, I am a diabetic for the last 7 years. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diabetes.
Fri, Oct 24 '14, 11:54 PM
Uncontrolled Hypertension
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sir, i am 41 yr old diabetic and high B.P. patient for last 10 yrs. My sugar is under control with VOBOSE-M-0.2. But High B.P. disturbs me quite often. recently my doctor prescribed me ASOMEX-5(BD),Telvas-H40/12.5(OD),minipress XL (1 tab ar night).inderal 40-1/2 tab (BD).still my B.P. is high and reads160/100,now he advised me to take TIDE-10mg at noon. Please advise me as my RFT, LFT are normal and LIPID profile(marginal increased),HbA1c-7.0 . Please advise me what should I do as It seems I am taking too much medicine. ## Hello, Golden! Sorry about the problems that you're having. What is your diet like? Are you eating a lot of salty foods? Sodium can elevate your blood pressure, so if you aren't watching what you eat, then you may be defeating some action of the medications wi... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Minipress.
Wed, Aug 28 '13, 6:44 PM
Stamlo2.5mg Side Effects
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I have an High BP.Dr. prescribed me above medicine as a cure. It has brought down my BP. Dr.Suggested to stop but told me that it is not harmful if you consume once a day.therefore I am consuming one tablet at the time of bed in the night when taken with Vobose ,0.3 mg & Ecosprin-75,does it have any adverse effect?.I am getting dizziness& my hand shakes while writing.I can not write straight. Please advice? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Wed, May 23 '12, 7:20 AM
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I want to know the generic name of this drug ## The generic name is Voglibose. Its available in 0.2 and 0.3mg strengths. There are only couple of manufacturers of this molecule. These companies manufacture on behalf of other Companies and are marketed under different brand names like Vobose(USV) Voglistar(Mankind) Voglimac(Macleods) Volabay(Wallace) etc., The brand names carry different MRP but the manufacturer is same! Check out! ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Aug 23 '11, 12:22 AM

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