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Diamicron is a prescription medication for controlling blood sugar in people with type II diabetes. In diabetes, sugar levels in the blood build up due to excessive glucose levels. In a healthy person, glucose is moved from the blood to the cells by insulin, where it is used to produce energy.
In patients with Type 2 diabetes, the cells cannot respond to insulin effectively. It's also possible that the body does not produce enough insulin at later stages of the disease. Chronically high blood sugar levels caused by Type 2 diabetes result in several symptoms and serious complications.
Diamicron is a generic form of Gliclazide. The oral antihyperglycemic drug is used to treat non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDM). Gliclazide is a second-generation sulfonylurea with a shorter half-life and a higher potency based on pharmacological efficacy. The drug has a three-part chemical structure: azabicyclooctyle ring, sulphonylurea moiety, and an aromatic ring.
Gliclazide activates β cells in the islet of Langerhans to release insulin. Furthermore, it increases blood insulin levels in the peripheral circulation. It improves insulin dynamics by potentiating insulin release.
If diet and exercise aren't enough to control their blood sugar, the use of Diamicron may be advisable.
Diabetes patients taking Diamicron can use it alone or in conjunction with insulin.
Diamicron belongs to the oral hypoglycemics group of medications. Controlling blood sugar levels is one of the uses of this medication for type 2 diabetics. In patients with the condition, blood glucose levels may not be controlled well enough by diet, exercise, or weight loss alone hence the need for medication.
A person's blood contains glucose, which is used as fuel by the body. Type two diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels. Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) or hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) may occur if their blood glucose is not controlled properly. High blood glucose levels can cause heart, circulatory, and kidney problems.
Even if patients feel well, controlling high blood glucose is very important. The right blood glucose controlling medication can help patients save their eyes, heart, circulatory system, and kidneys from serious long-term health problems. Diamicron can increase pancreatic insulin production and help the body utilize insulin more efficiently.
The medication is a package containing 30, 40, 60, or 80 mg of Gliclazide. The product has nonmedicinal ingredients such as corn starch, lactose, magnesium stearate, and talc. There is no tartrazine in this product.
There is a wide range of Diamicron dosage recommended. In the case of doses above 160 mg, they should be divided into two equal portions. The best way to take Diamicron is with food. No more than 320 mg of this drug should be taken daily.
The factors that influence the dose of medication a person needs include body weight, other medications, and other medical conditions. The doctor may issue an individualized dosage prescription that is different from that mentioned here. Patients should do as instructed by their doctor.
This medication needs to be taken exactly as directed by a doctor. In case of missed doses, one must have them as soon as possible and proceed with their regular therapy. Take their regular dosing schedule even after missing a dose. One shouldn't take a double dose to make up for missed doses.
Patients should take Diamicron by mouth. The tablets are taken with a glass of water at the beginning of the day (and ideally at the same time each day). No chewing or breaking of tablets needed.
The use of this medication is contraindicated in patients with:
Patients may experience adverse effects if they take Diamicron during pregnancy. It is more appropriate to use insulin during pregnancy to control blood glucose. The doctor will replace Diamicron with insulin.
If the below products are combined with Diamicron, hypoglycemia may result
Keep it protected from light and moisture and away from the reach of children.
Medications should be disposed of with household garbage or in wastewater (down the drain). Patients should ask their pharmacist for advice about disposing of old or expired Diamicron medications.
Safe and high-quality Diamicron medications are available at Kiwi Drug for a great price. Patients without a prescription will receive selected prescriptions from Kiwi medical professionals. There is also packaging, shipping, and delivery of all orders anywhere in the world.