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Prandin (Repaglinide)

Generic Name: Repaglinide (oral) (re PAG li nide)

Brand Names: Prandin

 

 

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Product Description

Prandin is a diabetes medication. It belongs to the meglitinide class of drugs. Its main component is repaglinide.

 

Uses

 

Prandin is used to control the blood sugar levels in individuals with type-2 diabetes. It stimulates the pancreas to produce a higher amount of insulin in the body. This helps to reduce the amount of sugar in the bloodstreams of the body.

 

Having a balanced blood sugar level prevents a large number of dangerous ailments. These include loss of vision, kidney problems, damage to nerves, sexual dysfunction, and even loss of limbs. The maintaining of the blood sugar level may also reduce the prevalence of heart attacks and strokes in individuals.

 

Contact your physician for a full list of all the benefits this medication can provide.

 

Dosage

 

Always follow the prescription that your doctor has provided. Do not take Prandin in larger or smaller doses than you have been instructed.

 

This medication should be taken orally.

 

You should take Prandin at least 15 minutes before every meal. Do not take Prandin more than a half an hour before you eat. Do not take Prandin if you will not be eating or skipping a meal.

 

For patients who have not been previously prescribed with anti-diabetic drugs, the recommended dosage is 0.5 mg with each meal. This dosage should be taken three times a day.

 

For those who have received prior treatment, the recommended dosage is 1 mg with every meal. This should be taken three times a day.

 

four_dot_bullet_red If you have missed a dose take it as soon as you remember but only if you are going to eat.

 

four_dot_bullet_red If your next meal is soon, skip the missed dose. Do not take two doses together.

 

An overdose of Prandin can cause very serious hypoglycemia. In case of an overdose, call your emergency services immediately.

 

Side Effects

 

The more common side effects associated with taking Prandin are:

 

four_dot_bullet_red Seizures
four_dot_bullet_red Loss of consciousness
four_dot_bullet_red Cough
four_dot_bullet_red Symptoms associated with low blood sugar
four_dot_bullet_red Discomfort in the chest
four_dot_bullet_red Congestion in the nasal region
four_dot_bullet_red Difficulty with breathing
four_dot_bullet_red Discomfort in the throat
four_dot_bullet_red Discomfort of the sinuses

 

The less common symptoms associated with this medication are:

 

four_dot_bullet_red Blood in the urine
four_dot_bullet_red Discomfort when urinating
four_dot_bullet_red Discomfort in the chest
four_dot_bullet_red Dental problems
four_dot_bullet_red Irritation of the skin
four_dot_bullet_red Watery eyes
four_dot_bullet_red Difficulties breathing
four_dot_bullet_red Nausea

 

Contraindications

 

four_dot_bullet_red Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or want to begin breastfeeding.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Do not take this medication if you have a repaglinide allergy or have type-1 diabetes.

 

four_dot_bullet_red NPH insulin may negatively interact with this medication.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Inform your doctor if you have had a history of liver problems.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Certain medications may interfere with the removal of repaglinide. This has an effect on how Prandin works. Such medications are antifungal drugs, gemofibrizil, certain antibiotics, cyclosporine, and clopidogrel. Ask your physician for a full list of drugs that inhibit the effect of repaglinide.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Psychiatric drugs as well as certain types of steroids and antibiotics affect the blood sugar levels in the body. This may have an effect on the function of Prandin. Inform your physician if you are taking any medications or antibiotics.

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