NEOGLINID table. 2 mg
Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which your pancreas to produce enough insulin to control the level of sugar in the blood. Type 2 diabetes is also known as non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus or adult. Neoglinid helps your pancreas produce more insulin when diet and thus controls diabetes
NEOGLINID table. 2 mg
NEOGLINID WHAT IS AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR?
Neoglinid is an oral antidiabetic agent.
Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which your pancreas to produce enough insulin to control the level of sugar in the blood. Type 2 diabetes is also known as non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus or adult. Neoglinid helps your pancreas produce more insulin when diet and thus controls diabetes. Treatment of type 2 diabetes Neoglinid is an adjunct to diet and physical activity. Neoglinid therapy should be initiated, if diet, exercise and weight loss can to control blood sugar levels. Neoglinid can also be administered in combination with metformin.
BEFORE YOU USE NEOGLINID
Do not use Neoglinid:
If you know you are allergic to repaglinide or any of the excipients of Neoglinid
If you have diabetic ketoacidosis
If you are under 12 years
If you suffer from severe liver disease
If you are taking gemfibrozil, as it can cause a significant increase and prolong the action of Neoglinid, please tell your doctor.
Take special care with Neoglinid:
If you have problems with your liver or kidneys
If you have major surgery or have recently had a serious illness or infection.
Use of Neoglinid with food and drink
Neoglinid your need may also change if you drink alcohol.
Neoglinid should not be used if you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy
Pregnancy and lactation
Neoglinid should not be used if you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy.
Do not not use if you are breastfeeding
Driving and operating machinery
It is advisable to take precautions to avoid hypoglycaemia while driving. This is especially important if your sense of hypoglycaemia is reduced or absent, or have frequent episodes of hypoglycaemia. In such cases, you should carefully consider the advisability of driving.
HOW TO USE NEOGLINID?
Your doctor will determine your starting dose. The usual starting dose is 0.5 mg, taken immediately before each main meal. The dose may be adjusted by your doctor to 4 mg before each main meal. The maximum recommended daily dose is 16 mg. Neoglinid not take more than your doctor has advised.
If you take more than the dose Neoglinid
If you take an overdose, your blood sugar may fall too much and this can lead to hipoglikemiya.Simptomite include: headache, dizziness, fatigue, rapid heart beat, nervousness and tremor, nausea, sweating.
If you forget to take Neoglinid
Take your next dose as usual - do not double the dose
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
Neoglinid in rare cases can cause hypoglycemia.
Other side effects associated with hypoglycemia are usually mild and transient and may include gastrointestinal symptoms such as:
For patients using this medicine, the following reactions:
Rare: acute coronary syndrome
Very rare: visual disorders, elevation of liver enzymes, severe hepatit
The active ingredient is repaglinide
The other ingredients are: lactose, microcrystalline cellulose, polacrilin potassium, povidone K30, magnesium stearate.