Galvus 50 mg
Galvus 50 mg (14 pills) is used by patients with type-2 diabetes to help control their glycaemia levels. It is typically taken when other diabetic medications have proven unsuccessful. Most patients will be told to take it with other diabetic medicines and a healthier diet and exercise regime.
Strictly use Galvus 50 mg as you have been prescribed by your physician. Never self-medicate or adjust your dosage yourself. Correct dosage can vary depending on the patient, their medical history, and the exact condition being treated.
For best results always aim to dose at the same times each day. Swallow tablets whole without crushing, splitting, or dissolving in water. Wash down tablets with a full glass of water.
Side effects: The most likely side effect experienced by diabetic patients taking Galvus 50 mg (14 pills) is hypoglycaemia, where blood sugar levels become too low. Seek medical attention as soon as possible if this occurs.
The following list consists of other possible side effects: headaches; cold sweats; changes in heart rate; palpitations; severe hunger; shaking; confusion; difficulty concentrating; mood changes.
Galvus may cause loss of concentration and alertness. Avoid driving or operating heavy machinery until you are fully aware of how your body reacts to the medication.
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