FAQs ABOUT GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET
What GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET is and what it is used for?
It is used to treat type-2 diabetes mellitus along with diet and exercise when diabetes cannot be controlled with other medicines. It is also used in combination with insulin or GLP-1 receptor agonist like liraglutide.
Who should not take GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET?
GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET is not recommended for use in patients with allergic history to dapagliflozin, metformin, liver disease, moderate to severe kidney disease, recent heart attack or acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, cardiovascular collapse (shock), septicaemia or severe infection, diabetic ketoacidosis dehydration, hypoxemia, diabetic coma, uncontrolled diabetes, and lactic acidosis.
Can I take alcohol while using GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET?
No. Avoid consumption of alcohol while taking GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET as it may increases the risk of lactic acidosis.
How does GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET work?
It contains two antidiabetic medicines metformin and dapagliflozin which lower the blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes mellitus by eliminating excess sugars through urine and also by increasing the activity of insulin.
Can I use GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET with other diabetic medications?
Your doctor may advise GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET with or without other medications to control your blood sugar levels. However, it is advised to maintain a proper diet and exercise to achieve the controlled blood sugar levels while using this medicine with or without other antidiabetic medications.
Does GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET cause low blood sugar?
Yes. GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET may cause low blood sugar. Stop taking GLUCRETA M 10+1000 TABLET and contact your doctor if you experience any unusual symptoms like weakness, shaking, sweating, drowsiness, dizziness, feeling very anxious, fast heartbeat, hunger, headache, change in vision, change in mood or confusion, and irritability.