Buy Metformin Online
The drug therapy of pancreatic diabetes type 2 includes drugs stimulating secretion of insulin and reducing the production of glucose by liver. Drugs stimulating secretion of insulin or insulin itself may cause disorders in endocrine system and a wide range of side effects in case of the prolonged treatment. If you want to find a save drug for the treatment of pancreatic diabetes without side effects, you may be recommended Metformin.
Metformin has successfully passed clinical tests and was approved by FDA for the treatment of pancreatic diabetes type 2. It is an oral drug which reduces the production of glucose and increases the sensitivity of glucose to insulin.
In case of the simultaneous use of Metformin with insulin the risk of the side effects is reduced, the probability of obesity is decreased, and metabolism of glucose in the blood is improved.
Taking Metformin a fast utilization of glucose happens in intestine because this drug prevents glucose absorption from the gastro-intestinal tract.
Another positive property of Metformin is its ability to suppress appetite. It is clinically proved that Metformin conduces burning of the fatty tissue be means of reducing appetite.
Directions for the use
Metformin is meant for prophylaxis and treatment of pancreatic diabetes type 2. The drug may be used individually, or in combination with low doses of insulin.
Metformin is indicated for people with excessive weight and predisposition to pancreatic diabetes.
Usage and dosage
Metformin is released in pills for peroral use, 500 mg and 1000 mg.
The treatment of pancreatic diabetes should be started from the minimal dose of Metformin 1000 a day. The pills are taken 2 times a day during meals (a pill of Metformin 500 mg in the morning and a pill of Metformin 500 mg in the evening).
In case of no improvements in the treatment of pancreatic diabetes the daily dose of Metformin may be increased up to 2000 mg. The daily dose of Metformin 2000 mg is divided into 4 times (one pill of Metformin 500 mg every 6 hours during or after meals).
The increase of the dose is done gradually, by 500 mg of Metformin per week. Exceeding the daily dose of 2000 mg may cause overdose and side effects.
The use of Metformin rarely causes side effects. Often, these are unwanted reactions of the digestion system: nausea, unpleasant taste in the mouth, no appetite, bloating, and stomachache.
These symptoms may appear and disappear suddenly, therefore a medical intervention is not required during these side effects.
If pancreatic diabetes type 2 is accompanied by dysfunction of hemoglobin, and oncologic diseases, lactacidosis may happen. It quickly develops and may have such symptoms as hypotension, muscle weakness, pain in muscles as a result of the lactic acid increase, and absence of urination. In case of these symptoms you should seek a medical aid as soon as possible and stop taking Metformin.
Interaction with other medical products
- Interaction of beverage drinks and loop diuretics with Metformin drug significantly increases risk of lactacidosis development. It is necessary to avoid the use of drugs which contain ethanol while taking Metformin
- The use of glucocorticosteroids, oral contraceptives, and thiazide diuretics causes the reduction of therapeutic effect of Metformin. The dose of Metformin should be increased.
- The action of Metformin is increased during the interaction with MAO inhibitors, insulin, and oxytetracycline. The daily dose of Metformin should be reduced because there is a high chance of overdose.
- If you decide to buy Metformin for therapy of pancreatic diabetes type 2 and take drugs which are not mentioned above, consult your attending doctor.