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Generic Glucophage XR

 

     

Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin), the popular type 2 diabetes pills, are now available with a new, enhanced formula. It still offers all the well-known benefits of regular Glucophage, making the insulin in your body work more effectively, reducing the glucose production in the liver and increasing the uptake of blood sugar by the body tissues. But this extended release version makes balancing out your blood sugar levels even easier. Because of its slow-working action, you only need to take this medication once a day. No need to remember schedules and cope with the inconvenience of swallowing tablets all day long. On top of that, Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) does not increase your insulin level, so the risk of hypoglycemia is negligible.

 

Availability: In stock
Manufacturer:
Cipla, Generic
Sold Under Brand Name: Fortamet, Glucophage, Glumetza, Riomet.
Average Delivery Time:
8 days

 

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Generic Glucophage XR 500 Mg
Quantity Price Bonus Price per unit Add to cart
60 Pills $49.00 - $0.82 Click To Order
120 Pills $79.00 - $0.66 Click To Order
240 Pills $109.00 - $0.45 Click To Order
300 Pills $129.00 10 Pills $0.42 Click To Order

 

Benefits

  • Helps lower blood sugar levels of type 2 diabetes patients
  • Reduces glucose production in the liver and increases glucose uptake 
  • Slow-working action allows patients to take daily dose in one go
  • Does not increase insulin levels, preventing hypoglycemia 
  • Proven effectiveness in preventing heart attacks and cardiovascular complications


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How does Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) work?


Insulin is produced by the pancreas to regulate blood sugar levels. It does this by reducing the amount of glucose produced by the liver and increasing the uptake of glucose by muscle and fat tissues. Diabetes causes a drop in insulin production, which sets a chain reaction in motion - the liver will produce more sugar and less will be removed from the blood by body tissues. Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) makes the liver, muscle and fat tissues more sensitive to the effects of existing insulin in the body, making it easier for these organs to perform their natural functions. As a result, blood sugar levels are stabilized once again.


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Is it safe to take Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) when pregnant or breastfeeding?


Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) is classed as Pregnancy Category B by the FDA, which means it is not known whether this medication could harm an unborn baby. Discuss the risk and benefits of taking these pills with your doctor if you are currently pregnant or planning to become pregnant during treatment.


 


Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) may pass into breast milk, therefore it is not recommended to use this medication while breastfeeding. Discuss your options with your doctor.


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Can I drink alcohol while taking Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin)? 


It is recommended to avoid alcohol consumption while taking Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin). Alcohol lowers the body's blood sugar levels and could cause a serious condition called lactic acidosis. 


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What is the difference between Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) and original Generic Glucophage (Metformin)?


Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) boasts a new and enhanced extended release formula, which allows the medication to be released much more slowly into the bloodstream. As a result, this medication only needs to be taken once a day, ay which time you can take your entire daily dosage.


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What is the recommended dosage of Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin)?


The recommended starting dosage for people age 17 or over is 500mg once daily. This dosage may be increased by 500mg on a weekly basis. The maximum dosage for this age group is 2550mg per day. 


 


No studies have been done on the effects of Generic Glucophage XR (Metformin) on children.


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