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Type 2 diabetes sufferers have a pancreas that doesn't make enough insulin or are unable to properly use insulin. Diabetes is linked to insulin levels. People with diabetes have a higher insulin level, which Vipdomet helps to control.
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness that can affect your entire life. However, it is more common in older people. You may experience excessive thirst, frequent urination, extreme tiredness, or fatigue.
Vipdomet can help you manage this disease.
To lower the risk of an upset stomach, take it with food. Take the tablet whole with water. It can be taken at any time, but it is best to keep your preferred time for taking it in mind.
One tablet twice daily is the normal dose. However, your doctor will determine which dosage is most effective based on your circumstances.
If you forget to take your Vipdomet tablet, take it as soon as you remember unless it's almost time for your next tablet. In this case, you should skip the forgotten dose and move straight onto the next one, as you should never take a double dosage.
Do not take more Vipdomet than you need. It can cause lactic acidosis that can be serious and can result in a permanent disability. You may feel sick or have trouble breathing, such as severe stomach cramps or muscle cramps.
you are allergic to alogliptin, metformin or any of the other ingredients of Vipdomet;
you have or had an allergic reaction to any other similar medicines;
you have or had kidney disfunction;
you have uncontrolled diabetes, with, for example, severe hyperglycaemia;
you have or had a severe infection or are seriously dehydrated;
you have recently had a heart attack or have severe circulatory problems;
you have or had breathing problems;
you have or had a liver disorder;
you drink alcohol excessively (either every day or in large quantities from time to time);
you have type 1 diabetes;
you are taking Vipdomet with insulin or a thiazolidinedione;
you are taking another medicine for diabetes that contains a “sulphonylurea”;
you have or had a disease of the pancreas; or
pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to have a baby.
Vipdomet can affect or be affected by other medicines, including the following:
hydrocortisone and prednisolone to treat inflammation;
bronchodilators to treat asthma;
medicines to increase urine production (diuretics);
medicines to treat pain and inflammation;
medicines to treat high blood pressure;
medicines containing alcohol; or
Disclose to your doctor or pharmacist any medicine you take or any allergy that you may have so that they can advise whether or not Vipdomet will be the best course of action for you.
Regardless of the treatment, you should monitor your feet frequently and follow the foot care advice given by your doctor. Follow a diet and exercise plan to keep your diabetes well-managed and avoid overconsumption of alcohol.
Vipdomet may cause the following side effects, like any other medicine:
Loss of appetite
If any of the side effects persist or worsen, then inform your doctor immediately. Contact your doctor if you see any severe side effects, such as trembling, blurred vision, or severe and persistent abdominal pain.
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