Talk to your doctor or before taking GLICLA DM 40MG, if you:
Tell your doctor if you are taking medicines such as:
For 30mg tablets: The usual dose is one to four tablets (maximum 120mg) in a single intake at breakfast time. This depends on the response to treatment.
For 60mg tablets: The tablet can be divided into equal doses.
The usual dose is half to two tablets (maximum 120mg) in a single intake at breakfast time. This depends on the response to treatment.
If a combination therapy of GLICLA DM 40MG with metformin, an alpha glucosidase inhibitor or insulin is initiated your doctor will determine the proper dose of each medicine individually for you.
Methods and routes of administration
If you take more GLICLA DM 40MG
If you forget to take GLICLA DM 40MG
If you stop taking GLICLA DM 40MG
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
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