Metformin is a prescription drug used to treat type 2 diabetes. It belongs to a class of medications called biguanides. People with type 2 diabetes have blood sugar (glucose) levels that rise higher than normal. Instead, it helps lower your blood sugar levels to a safe range. This may make you wonder what side effects it can cause. Metformin can cause mild and serious side effects, which are the same in men and women. Here’s what you need to know about these side effects and when you should call your doctor. Find out: Can metformin be used to treat type 1 diabetes? These can occur when you first start taking metformin, but usually go away over time. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or cause a problem for you. Please welcome our newest member, Cassandra R.180 Guest(s), 5 Registered Member(s) are currently online.
Friend T2 since July 2008, trying lifestyle changes I have the same dots Buster Dave described. I noticed them about 3 weeks ago on the side of my feet and on my ankles. I had used the search feature here but couldn't find any posting about this type of spot. I have been walking a lot and I hate to think it is related to circulation. My first thought was purpura/petechia (broken capillary blood vessels). When I was a kid, I developed a kidney infection as a result of untreated strep throat. Purpura appeared on my legs (tiny red dots, not raised) because of the infection. I had trouble walking and eventually couldn't walk at all. It's unfortunate no one, who has taken these medicines, has responded. I must say it doesn't look like many people would have that sort of reaction with both metformin and glipizide. Those are as you know serious side effects of both the medicines. I am so sorry I could not be of any more help I had the accute aggravating effects of Metiformin do you take the glipizaide by inection? other medications like Glucophage should be taken with food this Glipazide is one that doses not have to be(if I read this correctly) just imagining sometimes when one drug does not bring the blood sugar down then the doctors opt for another drug to use in combinaation with the metiformin I apologize that I have not been able to give you more exact answers, any concerns you have you cannot only talk with the doctor run it by the office staff and also you might ask the pharmacist I just want you to get the most accurate answers and for you to be safe and the best you can possibly be, please take care Yes i am experiencing itching throughout my body that turns into welts. now waiting until this rash calms down before any other additive can be given to metformin. I thought i first it was flagyl i was taking for a UTI, but i stop taking flagyl 3 weeks ago and itching persist. i feel just like staying on low dose metformin and if my sugar gets a little high, i will watch. Therefore the second newest med i am taking is metformin. has anyone else found a better working medicinal combination?
You were searching forMetformin Rash? You most likely will discover some helpful details in this post, come have a peek! Taking insulin or other diabetes medicines is. Rare. Skin reactions to metformin have been reported, but are uncommon. Try stopping rx and then restarting at low dose after rash resolves if you can't find another.