GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's
Signova Pharma Pvt Ltd
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's belongs to the group of medications called ‘antidiabetic agents’ used in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes mellitus. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a chronic or life-long condition in which blood sugar or glucose levels rise more than normal. It occurs when the body does not produce enough insulin (metabolizes glucose), or if produced, it cannot function properly in the body.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's is a combination of three medicines, namely: Metformin, Glimepiride, and Pioglitazone. Metformin acts by decreasing liver glucose production and intestinal glucose uptake. Glimepiride acts by increasing the amount of insulin released by the pancreas. Pioglitazone works by decreasing the amount of glucose released by the liver and also by improving the sensitivity of tissues towards insulin effects.
You should take this medicine as prescribed by your doctor. You may experience side-effects of such as nausea (feeling sick), vomiting (falling sick), diarrhea, headache, stomach ache, respiratory infection, weight gain, sweating, palpitations, and vision problems. Some patients experience decline in blood sugar levels lower than normal (hypoglycemia) resulting in sweating, dizziness, headache, confusion, feeling hungry, temporary changes in vision, uneasiness, irritability, and weakness. In such cases, seek medical attention immediately.
Do not take GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's if you are allergic to any of its contents. Do not use this medicine if you have heart failure, bladder cancer, or diabetic ketoacidosis (a complication of diabetes). GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's may cause ‘lactic acidosis’ (accumulation of lactic acid in the blood), which requires immediate medical attention. The risk increases if you are previously diagnosed with kidney or liver diseases. Do not consume alcohol (risk of lactic acidosis) or fast for prolonged periods (risk of hypoglycemia). Also, inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding.
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's contains Metformin, Glimepiride, and Pioglitazone. GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's is given when single or dual therapy of hypoglycemic agents is not effective in diabetes patients. Metformin acts by decreasing liver glucose production and intestinal glucose uptake. Glimepiride acts by increasing the secretion of insulin by the pancreas. Pioglitazone works by decreasing the amount of glucose released by the liver and improving insulin sensitivity in muscle and fat.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's should be used with caution in patients with heart diseases as it increases the risk of heart failure. GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's may cause ‘lactic acidosis’ (buildup of lactic acid in the blood), characterized by abdominal pain, muscle cramps, vomiting, severe fatigue, and difficulty breathing. It is a life-threatening condition that requires immediate medical attention. Inform your doctor if you have any severe liver or kidney problems as their normal functioning is required to eliminate excess lactic acid from the body. Do not consume excess alcohol as it increases the risk of lactic acidosis. GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's may lower vitamin B12 levels, so it is recommended to take blood tests regularly to identify any vitamin deficiencies.
Drug-Drug interactions: GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's may have an interaction with medicines used to treat bacterial infections (rifampicin, tetracycline, and clarithromycin), a medicine used to treat fungal infections (fluconazole), other oral antidiabetics, and medicines used to treat gout (probenecid).
Drug-Food interactions: Intake of excess alcohol may increase the chance of a life-threatening condition known as lactic acidosis.
Drug-Disease interactions: GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's should be avoided in patients with heart diseases (congestive heart failure and myocardial infarction), vitamin B12 deficiency, and alcoholism, type I diabetes, bladder cancer, edema (fluid retention), liver disease, premenopausal anovulation, obesity (weight gain), anemia should avoid intake of GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's.
Alcohol may increase the risk of side-effects and worsen the condition.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's is a category C drug and may cause harmful effects to the unborn baby. So, it is used only when the benefits of this medicine outweigh the risks.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's should not be used in breastfeeding mothers as it may get secreted in the breast milk and cause unwanted effects in the nursing babies.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's may cause vision problems. So, do not drive or operate heavy machinery if you have any problems with your vision while using GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's should be taken with caution in patients with liver diseases. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's should be taken with caution especially if you have a history of kidney diseases. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's is not recommended for use in children below 18 years of age.
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Type 2 diabetes mellitus: It is a chronic condition in which blood glucose levels are elevated in the body. Insulin is responsible for the utilization of glucose by the cells. In type 2 diabetes, the body cells do not respond to insulin, or in later stages, your body may not produce enough insulin. Symptoms include excessive thirst, excessive hunger, fatigue, increased appetite, and dry mouth. This condition may worsen over time and cause toxic effects if not properly treated.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's is a combination of three antidiabetic medicines, Metformin, Glimepiride, and Pioglitazone. It works by increasing insulin production, helping to restore your body's appropriate response to insulin, especially muscle and fatty tissues, thereby lowering your elevated blood sugar levels.
Patients with type 2 diabetes who have congestive heart failure, kidney problems, liver problems, vision problems, or diabetic ketoacidosis should not take GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's. It is also not given to pregnant, breastfeeding, or a premenopausal woman.
Hypoglycemia refers to low blood glucose levels. GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's may cause hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia can occur if you miss or delay your food, drink alcohol, intense exercise, or take other antidiabetic medicine along with this medicine. So, take your medicine as advised by your doctor to avoid any unwanted effects of this medicine.
If you feel that your blood sugar levels are dropping, eat glucose tablets or chocolate immediately. This will help to increase your sugar levels instantly. So, it is always advised to carry glucose tablets or sugar candies with you.
Yes, type 2 diabetes may also occur in children. The risk increases if the child is overweight or obese.
You may experience high blood sugar, symptoms such as increased thirst and hunger, frequent urination, weight loss, delayed wound healing, and frequent infections. Consult a doctor or endocrinologist to confirm the diagnosis.
GMR-PM1 Tablet 10's
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