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Product Codev-care1104
Brand NameActoplus Met
Generic NamePioglitazone + Metformin
ManufacturerSun Pharma
Presentationpills (blister)
Delivery Time10 working days
  • PIOGLIT MF FORTE 15+850MG : Pioglit Mf Forte 15+850 Mg is prescribed for the treatment of Type-2 diabetes.This anti-diabetic drug controls high blood sugar levels by making blood cells more sensitive to the action of insulin.Sometimes this drug is also useful in the prevention of kidney damage, sexual or nerve concerns.

    Composition: Pioglit Mf Forte 15+850 Mg is composed of two primary ingredients- Pioglitazone and metformin.Both of these ingredients help work together to provide better blood sugar control.

    How does it work: Pioglitazone(thiazolidinedione ) helps diabetic patients in increasing their body’ s sensitivity to insulin and Metformin(biguanide) works by decreasing the production and absorption of sugar in patient-™s body thus leading to better use of existing insulin.Controlled blood sugar levels help in avoiding the risk of a stroke or heart attack.

    How to use this: Take this medicine in the dosage and duration as advised by your health specialist.Patients are required to swallow it completely and do not break, crush or chew it. Pioglit Mf Forte 15+850 Mg is recommended to be consumed with food because if taken empty stomach, it may results in stomach upset.

    Side Effects: Some of the major and minor side-effects of Pioglit Mf Forte 15+850 Mg are- appetite loss, nausea, weight gain, stomach pain, diarrhea, blurred vision, bone fracture, respiratory tract infection, altered taste, edema or swelling etc.

    Precautions and Warning: Avoid consuming Pioglit Mf Forte 15+850 Mg with alcohol because that may lead to- stomach upset, malaise, respiratory distress, sleepiness, slow or irregular heartbeat, lactic acidosis etc.Pregnant women must consult a doctor before taking this drug since animal studies have shown adverse effects on the fetus but there are little known about the side-effects on a human.