Prandin Repaglinide and/or alternatives

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Prandin 0.5mg

Marketed as Novonorm in Turkey Manufacturer: Novo Nordisk Source Country : Turkey
Shipped from : Mauritius

Prandin 1mg

Marketed as Novonorm in India Manufacturer: Novo Nordisk Source Country : India
Shipped from : India

Prandin 1mg

Manufacturer: Novo Nordisk Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom

Prandin 2mg

Marketed as Novonorm in Turkey Manufacturer: Novo Nordisk Source Country : Turkey
Shipped from : Turkey

Repaglinide 0.5mg

Generic Alternative to Prandin 0.5mg
Manufacturer: A UK MHRA approved Generic Manufacturer Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom

Repaglinide 1mg

Generic Alternative to Prandin 1mg
Manufacturer: A UK MHRA approved Generic Manufacturer Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom

Repaglinide 2mg

Generic Alternative to Prandin 2mg
Manufacturer: A UK MHRA approved Generic Manufacturer Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom
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Description of Prandin

Prandin is a drug used as an oral diabetes medication. The key role of Prandin is to keep a check on the blood sugar levels in the body. It helps the pancreas produce insulin, which regulates blood sugar levels and prevents them from going out of control. The generic name of Prandin is repaglinide.

Patients can buy Prandin in three different strengths: Prandin 0.5mg, Prandin 1mg and Prandin 2mg.

Indications & Dosage of Prandin

Prandin is indicated for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It is often used in combination with certain drugs in order to treat this condition. It may also be prescribed for other purposes by the doctor.

Prandin administration should be done only according to the doctor’s prescription. Altering the dosage may result in several health complications. The regular daily dose of Prandin should range between two to four times a day. It is generally taken before meals with a time gap of around half an hour.

Blood sugar tests need to be conducted regularly during treatment with Prandin. Appointments with the doctor should not be skipped. In case low blood sugar symptoms crop up, it is best to carry a fruit juice, hard candy, or any other source of sugar on your person.

It must be remembered that Prandin is just part of a complete treatment plan. To get the best results, one must adhere to the recommended regime. Lastly, the drug should be stored in proper conditions.

Side effects & Interactions of Prandin

Before deciding to buy Prandin, one must be aware of the several side effects he/she may experience after using the drug. Some side effects are minor in nature and do not stay for a prolonged period. These are:

  • Nausea;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Stuffy and runny nose, symptoms of cold like sneezing, etc.;
  • Dizziness and blurred vision;
  • Temporary hair loss;
  • Joint pain and aches

Certain other side effects may also be experienced by Prandin users. These side effects may be of a more serious nature than the aforementioned ones and need urgent medical attention. These side effects are:

  • Extreme pain in the upper stomach region often spreading to other parts of the body.
  • Jaundice;
  • Weakness and confusion;
  • Changes in urine color;
  • Severe headaches;
  • Fever and skin problems;
  • Seizures

There are certain substances which, if taken, can cause drug interactions with Prandin. Substances like cyclosporine, barbiturates, antibiotics, antifungal medicines, seizure medications, HIV or AIDS medications, St John’s Wart, and heart and blood pressure drugs should be taken only if the doctor gives his/her approval.

Warnings & Precautions of Prandin

Patients allergic to any of the ingredients present in Prandin should not take the drug. Type 1 diabetes patients should also stay away from Prandin, as it is strictly meant to be used only by Type 2 diabetes patients.

People with any existing liver condition should consult a doctor before taking the drug.

Pregnant women can take the drug, but should only do so if the doctor permits. Breastfeeding women, however, should avoid Prandin, as it may enter breast milk.



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