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Type 2 diabetes sufferers have a pancreas that doesn't make enough insulin or are unable to properly use it. Diabetes is associated with insulin levels. The diabetes sufferers have a higher insulin level, which Xigduo helps to control.
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness that can affect your entire life. However, it is more common in older and overweight people. You may experience excessive thirst, frequent urination, extreme tiredness or fatigue.
It is essential to manage the disease as it can cause severe problems for your eyes, heart, and nervous system. Xigduo can help you with this.
To lower the risk of an upset stomach, take the Xigduo with food. Take the tablet as a 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 dosage. However, your doctor may recommend a different dosage based on your circumstances.
If you forget to take the Xigduo tablet on time, then you should take it as soon as you remember unless it's almost time for your next tablet. Skip the missed dosage and move straight onto the next one, as you should never take a double dose.
If you take more Xigduo than you should, you should immediately see your doctor. It can cause lactic acidosis that can result in a coma.
you have an allergy to any of the other ingredients of Xigduo;
you have a kidney dysfunction;
you have uncontrolled diabetes, with, for example, severe hyperglycemia;
you have suffered from diabetic pre-coma;
you have a severe infection affecting your lung or bronchial system or your kidney;
you are severely dehydrated;
you have had acute heart failure or a heart attack;
you have severe problems with your circulation or have difficulty breathing;
you have liver disorders;
you consume an excessive amount of alcohol;
you have type 1 diabetes;
you are taking insulin or an anti-diabetic medicine known as ‘sulphonylurea’;
you have or had a pancreas disease;
pregnant, trying to be pregnant, or breastfeeding;
taking another active ingredient medicine; or
taking any prescription, non-prescription or herbal medicine, vitamins, and other supplements.
In the given situations, make your doctor or pharmacist aware so that they can advise whether or not Xigduo 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.
Xigduo may cause the following side effects, like any other medicine:
Blood enzyme increase
Inflamed nose or throat
Loss of appetite
Feeling sick or being sick
Blistering of skin
If you experience one or more of these or other side effects and they persist or worsen, inform your doctor immediately.
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