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|Generic Name||Sitagliptin+ Metformin|
Janumet 50/850 mg combines two antihyperglycemic agents to gain glycemic control in patients with Type 2 diabetes. Sitagliptin and metformin make Janumet an effective formulation for diabetes management. Diabetic patients are tasked with maintaining blood glucose levels to reduce cardiovascular disease morbidity and associated complications. Janumet helps to increase the levels of insulin produced after a meal and cause a significant reduction in the amount of sugar made by your body. A doctor may prescribe this combination drug along with diet and exercise to lower blood sugar levels. Also, it may be prescribed in conjunction with certain other anti-diabetic agents for satisfactory control.
Stop taking Janumet 50/850 mg for a short time if you develop dehydration or if your body loses a significant amount of fluids, talk to your doctor for more information. Your doctor should be aware of certain medical conditions (if you have any) such as disease of the pancreas, high levels of fat in your blood, or alcohol dependence. If you need to have surgery, you must discontinue treatment for some time after and before surgery. Your doctor will advise you on when to restart the antidiabetic therapy. Children and adolescents below 18 years of age should not use Sitagliptin and Metformin formulation.
Like all medicines, the anti-diabetic drug Janumet 50/850 mg can cause side effects, however, not all users experience them. The medicine is well tolerated, and a lot of people do not get side effects associated with it. Discontinue treatment and contact a doctor immediately if you notice severe and persistent pain in the stomach which might travel to your back and often accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Be sure to inform your doctor as this could be a sign of inflamed pancreatic. An anti-diabetic agent may cause a serious side effect called lactic acidosis; however, it is a rare condition but if this happens, you must immediately stop the medicine and contact a doctor. Signs of a serious allergic reaction include peeling of the skin, breathing difficulty, swallowing problems, and swelling of the face, tongue, lips, and throat. If you develop any of these signs, stop taking this combination therapy and call your doctor right away.
Always take Janumet 50/850 mg exactly as your doctor has advised you. Check with your doctor if you are unsure about how often you need to take and for how long you need to take to reduce blood sugar. Take one tablet twice daily with meals to avoid an upset stomach. Your doctor may increase your dose to manage your condition. In the case of reduced kidney function, a lower dose of Janumet may be suggested to control blood sugar. It is important to continue the diet restrictions recommended by your doctor. Make sure your carbohydrate intake is equally distributed over the day. To reduce sugar levels, it is essential to take care of your carbohydrate intake and it should be equally distributed over the day.