Category

Gliclazide

Generic Name: Gliclazide

Product Description

Giclazide tablets belong to a of medicines called sulfonylureas. These are the class of drugs used to lower the blood sugar levels in the body. Gliclazide tablets help treat maturity onset diabetes in cases where the blood sugar is not controlled by diet alone. Important: Gliclazide will take 10 days to ship if you are not resident in the UK.

Medication Name

Strength

Quantity

Price

Rewards

 

Gliclazide

40 mg

28 Tab.

$95.00

0

Gliclazide

40 mg

56 Tab.

$109.00

0

Gliclazide

40 mg

84 Tab.

$115.00

0





Prescription Gliclazide Drug Information

Giclazide tablets belong to a of medicines called sulfonylureas. These are the class of drugs used to lower the blood sugar levels in the body. Gliclazide tablets help treat maturity onset diabetes in cases where the blood sugar is not controlled by diet alone. Gliclazide is actually the main active ingredient present in the tablet. This drug is used in combination with diet to control the levels of blood sugar in the patient. It works by increasing insulin secretion in the body of the patient. This medicine is not suitable for use in children and patients who take insulin to keep their blood sugar in check Common Side Effects Gliclazide may result in side effects in some people. Make sure that it is taken only in the dosage recommended by the GP. In case you experience an allergic reaction, contact the GP immediately and stop taking the medicine. An allergic reaction may appear in the form of a rash, difficulty breathing, facial swelling or swelling of the throat, tongue or lips. Immediately stop taking the medicine and contact the GP in case you experience the following symptoms: •Gastrointestinal: Abdominal discomfort, indigestion, constipation or diarrhoea •Skin: Rashes, irritation, itching, redness or change of skin colour •Liver: Hepatitis, weight loss, fever, jaundice or loss of appetite •Low blood sugar: Drowsiness, sweating, weakness, trembling, depression, numbness, trouble walking, loss of self control, chest pain or confusion. Gliclazide works by triggering the release of insulin in the body of the patient. Insulin is a hormone responsible for regulating the glucose levels in the human body. The active ingredient, gliclazide, specifically binds to the receptors on the surface of the pancreatic beta cells. The beta cells are responsible for producing insulin, primarily in response to glucose. The insulin, thus released uses the sugar from the carbohydrates to produce energy. All female patients who are pregnant or planning to conceive should refrain from taking the medicine and consult the GP before starting it. The medicine should be avoided by nursing or breastfeeding mothers. The tablets should be stored in a dry place and below 25 Degrees Celsius. Storing the medicine at temperatures above the specified range might reduce its effectiveness. Keep the medicine out of reach and sight of children. Contact the GP or the nearest hospital immediately if a child accidentally swallows the medicine. Gliclazide should never be consumed in high dosage. Overdose may result in sevral low sugar symptoms such as sweating, weakness, trembling, palpitations, confusion and double vision.


 
 
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