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Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S belongs to a class of drugs called “hypoglycemics” (anti-diabetics, sodium glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors) that are used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes, also known as non insulin-dependent diabetes, is a condition resulting from a combination of insulin resistance, i.e, body cells failing to respond properly to the insulin produced, inadequate insulin secretion, and excessive production of glucagon. Progression of the disease may lead to insulin deficiency. This causes hyperglycemia. (high blood sugar levels)
This medicine is available in tablet form on prescription. It is prescribed to lower blood sugar levels by removing excess sugar from the body, through urine.
Dosage of Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S depends on age, severity of condition, patient's response to medicine and their comorbidities.
Common side effects of this medication are frequent urge to urinate, pain or burning sensation while urinating, mild skin rash and thrush (oropharyngeal candidiasis - fungus growing in the mouth and throat)
Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S is prescribed to adults above 18 years of age but is not recommended for those above the age of 85.
It is used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes (high blood sugar levels)
It is an anti-diabetic medication that works by increasing insulin (a natural substance required in breaking down sugar) production by the pancreas and the ability of the body to utilise it effectively.
Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S can be taken with or without meals, any time of the day as long as it's around the same time everyday.
Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water.
Use of Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S is not recommended in pregnancy or while breastfeeding. If you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, please consult your doctor before using Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S so that they can change your medicine. Usually it is not prescribed while breastfeeding as it could possibly affect the growth and development of the baby’s kidneys.
Please inform your doctor if you have a history of any before using Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S:
Please tell your doctor about any of the following conditions while using Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S:
Certain medications could interact with Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S, hence, in that case your doctor might alter your dosage and make sure to monitor blood sugar levels more closely.
Please inform your doctor about the use of the following before taking Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S:
Like most medicines, Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S has some side effects which include:
Inform your doctor immediately if you experience any of the serious side effects.
1. WHAT EXACTLY DOES Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S DO?
It is a sodium glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitor that works by lowering blood sugar levels by removing excess sugar from the body, through urine.
2. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S TO START WORKING?
It starts working almost immediately but might take upto a week to become fully effective. Initially, you might not feel that it is effective, but that does not mean you stop taking the medicine thinking it is not working. Make sure to continue taking Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S as directed by your doctor.
3. HOW LONG WILL I HAVE TO TAKE Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S FOR?
Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S is usually prescribed for long term use, possibly life long. Your dosage and time period is decided by your doctor after knowing the severity of your condition.
4. CAN I STOP TAKING Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S?
This medicine largely controls your blood sugar levels, but does not cure your condition. Hence, do not just stop taking the medicine without consulting your doctor, otherwise your condition could possibly get worse.
5. DOES Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S CAUSE WEIGHT GAIN OR WEIGHT LOSS?
Unlike most hypoglycemics it doesn't cause weight gain but some individuals have shown to lose weight while taking Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S.
6. WHAT IF I TAKE TOO MUCH OF Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S?
An overdose of Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S can cause hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) indicated by feeling hungry, trembling or shaking, sweating, feeling confused and having problems concentrating. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of these signs.
7. WHAT IF I FORGET TO TAKE Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S?
Incase you miss a dose, take your next dose on time and do not try making up for the missed dose by doubling it up. If it helps to remind you, set an alarm so you do not miss any dose.
8. IS IT SAFE TO TAKE Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S WITH PAINKILLERS?
Yes, taking Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S with everyday painkillers like paracetamol and ibuprofen is safe.
9. CAN I DRINK ALCOHOL WHILE TAKING Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S?
Drinking alcohol in moderation is not harmful. However, alcohol intake increases the risk of hypoglycemia especially when you drink it on an empty stomach.
10. CAN I TAKE Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S BEFORE SURGERY ?
Inform your doctor that you are using Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S before surgery as he/she might ask you to stop taking the medicine before your operation. This is important as with the use of Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S there is a high risk of diabetic ketoacidosis (life threatening condition that occurs when blood glucose levels are too high)
11. CAN I DRIVE OR RIDE A BIKE AFTER TAKING Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S?
Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S alone might not affect your ability to drive or ride a bike, but when given in combination with other medicines, it could result in low blood sugar levels resulting in loss of concentration vision impairment (your eyesight is affected). To be on the safe side, always carry fast acting carbohydrates (like sweets and juice) to prevent your body from going into a state of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
12. HOW SHOULD Emglif 10mg Tablet 14 'S BE STORED?
Keep the medicine at room temperature in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Make sure to keep away from pets, children and other people.
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