I am a diabetic, taking metformin and tablets for high BP.
Im a diabetic taking metformin and tablets for high blood pressure . i use to go out drinking once a month before being diagnosed, but have been told its not recommended. is their an alcoholic drink thats ok? or am i going to be tee total forEVER ?
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Diabetic, taking metformin. What are the side effects of GP1?
Dear Dr. I am from Myanmar. My name is Khin khin Soe. I would like to know about my father. He is Diabetes patient and he is taking Metformin (500 mg) 2 tablet per two time daily. If he take GP 1(half tablet) instead of taking Metformin, he wants to know about side effects of taking GP1. His...
Type 2 diabetes. Taking Glyburide, metformin and lisinopril. Is it safe?
My husband has Type 2 diabetes (31 units of Lantus once a day), (Glyburide/Metformin 2.5/500 mg twice a day)blood pressure problems (Lysinopril/hctz 20/12.5 mg once a day and heart problems (Digoxin 0.25 mg once a day), Pradaxa (150 mg two times a day), (Metoprolol Tart 100 mg once a day). Is it...
Maximum dose of Metformin could be 2550mg/day.
The decision to increase dose should not be taken by patient, & a physician's review is a must.
had fusion in neck 5/6 2 yrs ago. experience neck shoulder pain. I have bwen diagnosed as diabetic. take metformin & diovan. could pain be nerve damage or arthr
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Pain is protective reflex and signifies either its muscle pain or nerve compression. Diabetis usually affects autonomic nerves and lower limb nerves.
Let me know the alternative drug for Triglucored Forte which helped me to control my diabetes %26 which has been banned now.
Hello.An alternative is take only Metformin , a component of the drug that you took.Metformin 850 twice/thrice a day is widely used in the treatment of diabetes. Please consult your local doctor/specialist for a prescription.
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