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Metben Plus 500/200 Mg Tablet 10

Metben Plus 500/200 Mg Tablet 10

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Composition of -Metben Plus 500/200 Mg Tablet 10

METFORMIN 500 MG THIOCTIC ACID 200 MG

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  • Driving:UnSafe

  • Pregnancy:Safe

  • Lactation:Safe

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MEDICAL OVERVIEW

Product Composition

METFORMIN 500 MG + THIOCTIC ACID 200 MG

Uses of Metben Plus 500/200 Mg Tablet 10

Metformin is primarily used to lower blood glucose levels in people with Type 2 Diabetes. This medicine is also effectively used to delay the onset of diabetes in association with change in diet and lifestyle modifications.

Special Instructions for Metben Plus 500/200 Mg Tablet 10

1. $name Prolonged Release Tablets are specially made to release the drug slowly in your body. 2. $name is intended for adult patients only. 3. Take $name preferably with breakfast in the morning. If you are taking it twice a day, then take it with breakfast and dinner. If you are taking it thrice a day then take them with major meals such as (breakfast, lunch and dinner). 4. Remember to always take it with meals to avoid hypoglycemic events (sudden dip in blood glucose levels). 5. A low - carbohydrate healthy diet and 45 mins of brisk walking daily along with $name has been found to give very good results in people with type 2 diabetes. 6. Before driving or performing any strenuous activity after taking $name, make sure your blood glucose levels are in good control. 7. Do not hesitate to speak to a doctor if you experience hazy vision, dizziness, yellowing of skin, shaky hands, extreme anxiousness, severe stomach pain or profuse sweating. 8. Do not take $name if you have liver problem, severely reduced kidney function, uncontrolled diabetes, severe hyperglycaemia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, rapid weight loss, lactic acidosis or ketoacidosis, dehydration, if you have been treated for acute heart problems or have recently had a heart attack or have severe circulatory problems or breathing difficulties. You should also avoid $name if you drink alcohol heavily or if you are under 18 years of age. 9. Useful tips: If you smoke, try to stop. Exercise regularly. Limit drinking or drink as little alcohol as possible. Follow proper diet. Check glucose levels regularly.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q) What is diabetes and how does Metformin helps in the treatment of diabetes?
A) Abnormally high levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood causes diabetes. It is a chronic condition. Insulin produced by the pancreas helps in lowering blood glucose. Inability of the body to properly use insulin or absence/insufficient production of insulin causes diabetes. Type 2 diabetes people do not make enough insulin, or their body does not respond properly to the insulin which it does make. This causes a build-up of glucose in the blood which can cause several serious long-term problems. Metformin helps in making the body more sensitive to insulin and in returning to normal way that body uses glucose. Q) Can taking Metformin help in curing type 2 diabetes?
A) Diabetes is a life-long condition. However, research for its cure is in progress. Metformin helps in managing and delaying the progress of the condition effectively along with diet and lifestyle modifications. Q) Can other anti-diabetes medicines be taken along with Metformin?
A) Yes, other anti-diabetes medicines can be Safely taken along with Metformin to achieve good control over diabetes provided it is prescribed by a doctor, preferably an endocrinologist/diabetologist. Q) Does Metformin cause weight loss?
A) Yes, one can experience weight loss while on Metformin medication. Q) Can I consume alcohol with Metformin?
A) Alcohol with Metformin can lead to unpleasant side effects and elevation of blood sugar levels leading to poor control of diabetes. You are strongly recommended to avoid alcohol along with Metformin as much as possible. Q) Are there any long-term complications of taking Metformin?
A) Metformin 1 is considerably a Safe drug to treat people with type 2 diabetes. However, long term usage hints some conditions such as nephropathy and in extreme rare cases lactic acidosis. Q) Can obese people take Metformin?
A) Yes, people suffering from obesity can Safely take Metformin. According to a research, long term usage of Metformin helps in preventing obese people from other diabetes induced complications such as cardiovascular diseases. Q) Can I stop taking Metformin on my own?
A) No, please do not suddenly stop taking Metformin without consulting your doctor even if your blood sugar levels have become normal. In case you are facing any discomfort such as stomach pain or vomiting, inform your doctor and he/she will guide you. Q) How to store Metformin?
A) Metformin does not require any special storage conditions. Q) Which medications I should not take along with Metformin?
A) Some medicines may reduce the effect/interact with Metformin or may cause serious side-effects when given at same time. Your doctor may need to frequently check your blood glucose and kidney function tests, or he may need to adjust the Metformin dose especially if you are taking medicines like diuretics (water tablets) such as furosemide, NSAID and COX-2 inhibitors, ibuprofen and celecoxib, ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor antagonists, Steroids such as prednisolone, mometasone, beclomethasone, Epinephrine, verapamil, rifampicin, cimetidine, dolutegravir, ranolazine, trimethoprim, vandetanib, isavuconazole, crizotinib, olaparib. So, always inform and check with your doctor before taking Metformin with other medications Q) Is Metformin is Safe on overdose?
A) You are strongly recommended to take Metformin in prescribed dose and duration as advised by your doctor/pharmacist. You should avoid taking an overdose of Metformin. If you have taken an extra dose by mistake, you may have unusual symptoms like vomiting, bellyache with muscle cramps, severe tiredness, difficulty in breathing, reduced body temperature and heartbeat. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should immediately contact your doctor, as it may lead to coma.

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