What is Rosiglitazone?

Rosiglitazone is an antidiabetic drug, generally used in combination with metformin or glimipride. It is an Insulin sensitizer. It was commonly used in type 2 diabetes before, but not now due to its adverse effects.

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i was type 2 diabetec since 10 years , i was good with Rosiscon MF (twice a day) , Azulix 1 (once a day) , Ecospirin 75(once) , and atorvastatin...

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There is nothing to get alarmed because this is a natural happening in the course of diabetes progression.
As the time progresses,the mass...

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hallo my name is Santosh Kumar Sen I am 56 years old and i am suffering from type 2 diabetes from last 15 years. I am taking this medicine last 15...

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Thanks for contacting HCM with your medical questions.

I am glad to hear that you are concerned about your diabetes and taking your medications. I...

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I have been trying to have my question answered but I have a problem with paypass , So I would like to pay by credit card.
I have stopped taking...

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Thanks for posting your query.
For controlling diabetes, there are many oral drugs available. If you have stopped taking gluconorm, the...

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