FAQs ABOUT VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET
Q: Can VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET cause diarrhea?
A: Diarrhea is the common side-effect of VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET. Drink more fluids, such as water or fruit juice to keep yourself hydrated. Do not take any medicine on your own to treat diarrhea without consulting your physician.
Q: Who should not take VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET?
A: VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET is not recommended for use in patients having severe ketosis, in a state of diabetic coma or pre-coma, severe infection, before and after an operation, or with serious trauma and gastrointestinal obstruction.
Q: What if I forget to take a dose of VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET?
A: You should take VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET immediately when you remember. If it is time for your next dose skip missed the dose and follow your regular dose schedule. Do not double the dose to match up your missed dose.
Q: How to take VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET?
A: Take VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET as advised by your physician. Your physician will decide the correct dose and duration for you depending upon your age, body weight, and disease condition.
Q: What are the common side effects of VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET?
A: The most common side effects of taking VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET are soft stools or diarrhea, flatulence, bloating, abdominal pain or discomfort, abdominal fullness, and nausea. Contact your physician if any of the symptoms worsen.
Q: What happens when I take an overdose of VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET?
A: If you or anyone else accidentally take too much of VOGLOYD 0.3MG TABLET, consult your physician immediately or visit the nearby hospital. The symptoms of overdosage are low blood sugar levels, abdominal discomfort, and diarrhea.