Metformin

What is Metformin?

Metformin is an anti diabetic drug of group Biguanide.Its mechanism is to decrease insulin resistance.It is also used in Poly cystic ovarian syndrome where the main problem is insulin resistance. Metformin works by suppressing glucose production by the liver.

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Can Keflex antibiotic be taken with Carvediol, Losartin and Plavix?

Also take Metformin, Lipitor and Sertraline...

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yes...

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you can take keflex without any anticipated problems. If metformin dosage is the highest (2500mg per...

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I took 100mg of metformin after contrast for cat scan.

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I will say make it at least 48Hours before returning to metformin!

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Metformin is discouraged in the period...

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Hi my doctor just prescribe invokana for me to take . I'm already taking Januvia and metformin in the morning only But they work fast to lower my...

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they can be taken together

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the best time for metformin is with your meal. Januvia and invokana can be given...

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