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Oxra is an antidiabetic medicine prescribed to treat Type 2 diabetes. It helps to control blood sugar levels in patients with Type 2 diabetes. It is used together with diet and exercise to improve the blood sugar in adults. The medicine is not for treating Type 1 diabetes. The glucose-lowering medicines contain the active ingredient Dapagliflozin, which works by inhibiting sodium glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) protein which is behind renal glucose reabsorption. This results in the elimination of the glucose through urine. You should not take Dapagliflozin in case of severe renal insufficiency, or if you are on dialysis.
What are the uses of Oxra 10 mg?
Oxra 10 mg is used in the management of patients with Type 2 diabetes. It provides complementary therapy when used in combination with the antidiabetic drug. The medicine can help lower your blood sugar level when combined with improved diet, quitting smoking and regular exercise. Lowering blood sugar levels helps control Type 2 diabetes.
What is the mechanism of action?
Oxra has the active ingredient Dapagliflozin, which belongs to the class of glucose-lowering drugs known as sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors. These drugs lower blood glucose levels by causing your kidneys to get rid of excess sugar through your urine.
What are the dosing instructions?
For adults, the starting dosage is 5 mg which should be taken once a day in the morning. Your physician may increase your dosage to 10 mg a day if your blood sugar level is not controlled with the 5 mg dose.
For older people, the physician may advise to start the treatment with a lower dose to avoid accumulation of Dapagliflozin in the body. Too much of this drug can be dangerous for the body system.
What are the possible side effects of Oxra 10 mg?
Call your physician if you have:
- Too much acid in the bloodstream or ketoacidosis
- Little or no urination
- Dehydration symptoms such as weakness, dizziness, and feeling light-headed
- Signs of bladder infections such as pain during urination, blood in urine, pain in pelvis or back, and increased urination
- Signs of genital infections such as rash, bad odor, pain, itching, burning, redness, or discharge
Call your physician for medical advice about side effects.
What are the possible drug interactions?
Inform your physician about the following drugs:
- Heart medications
- Blood pressure drugs
- A diuretic or water pill
- Insulin or oral diabetes medicine
- NSAIDs such as Ibuprofen, celecoxib, meloxicam, diclofenac etc.