Synjardy Medicine Uses and Indications:
Synjardy medicine is a blend of empagliflozin and metformin drugs. This medication is used with a balanced diet and workout routine to regulate high blood sugar in individuals that have type 2 diabetes. Empagliflozin and metformin help in controlling the levels of blood sugar. Empagliflozin functions by allowing the kidneys to discard glucose from the bloodstream. Metformin reduces the production of glucose in the liver and also makes the intestines to absorb a lesser amount of glucose.
Regulating high blood sugar levels help in the prevention of kidney issues, loss of sight, nerve issues, limbs problems, and sexual function issues.
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Synjardy medicine contains the active ingredients Empagliflozin and Metformin Hydrochloride.
Inactive ingredients are:
- Colloidal silicon dioxide
- Magnesium stearate
Take Synjardy medicine just the way your doctor has prescribed it to you. Do not increase or decrease the amounts of the medicine without your doctor’s consent. Do not take the medicine for shorter or longer than it is suggested. For more information, follow the guidelines provided with the prescription label. Make sure that you have had your kidney tested before taking this medicine.
Take Synjardy medicine twice every day orally. You are required to take Synjardy medicine with a meal in order to avoid an upset stomach. You must swallow the whole tablet; avoid breaking, chewing, or crushing the tablet.
To see the desired results, it is important to take Synjardy medicine at the same time consistently, along with a healthy diet and workout routine.
Consult your doctor before taking Synjardy medicine and inform him/her if you have or had any other medical complications and are taking any medications for them. This medication is not for you if you:
- Have kidney or liver issues
- Have low blood pressure
- Have a history of heart diseases
- Have urinary bladder diseases
- Have pancreas issues
- Are currently on a diet that is low in salt
- Are pregnant (in 2nd or 3rd trimester)
- Are breastfeeding
- You don’t want to get pregnant (metformin may kindle the process of ovulation and increase the risk of accidental pregnancy)
- Are below the age of 18 years
Some of the harmful effects of using Synjardy medicine are:
- Difficulty in passing urine (increased/decreased urine)
- Excess acid in blood
- Stomach aches
- Difficulty breathing
- Flu symptoms
- Blood in urine
- Genital discharge
- Genital rashes
- Back pain
Product Code: 13179
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