FAQs ABOUT GP 1MG
Can GP 1MG make you sleepy?
No, GP 1MG itself does not cause sleepiness. However, it may cause hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) when used with other anti-diabetes medicine due to which you may feel sleepy or have problems in sleeping.
Can GP 1MG cause memory loss?
No, GP 1MG doesn’t causes memory loss. However, it may cause low blood sugar which may cause problems with concentration and reduced alertness.
What will happen if I take more dose of GP 1MG?
GP 1MG should be taken strictly as advised by the doctor. Overdose may significantly decrease your blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia). In case of any symptoms, consume enough sugar (e.g., a small bar of sugar cubes, sweet juice or sweet tea) and inform a doctor immediately.
Can I stop GP 1MG on my own?
Generally, the treatment is suggested for a long term. GP 1MG only controls the sugar levels but does not cure it. Do not stop taking it without talking to your doctor as it may worsen your condition.
Can I consume alcohol while taking GP 1MG?
Avoid alcohol while taking GP 1MG as it may increase or decrease the blood sugar levels lowering action of the medicine in an unpredictable way.