Glibomet - antihormones.
Glibomet - a complex preparation for lowering blood sugar level, it affects the pancreas, insulin secretion increases and increases sensitivity to it.
Active ingredients are the Glibometa glibenclamide (sulfonylurea 2nd generation) and metformin (a biguanide refers to).
Glibometu tend to also affect the amount of lipids in the blood and reduce the likelihood of blood clots.
Glibomet release tablets. Produced and analogues Glibometa: Glyukovans, Bagomet Plus, glibenclamide + metformin, Glyukofast.
Instruction Glibometa provided such evidence to its use: diabetes mellitus in insulin dependent form, primary, secondary resistance to sulfonylurea drugs, reduced sensitivity to sulfonylurea drugs due to their prolonged use.
There are reviews on Glibomete, its effective use in the treatment of diabetes mellitus of second type in cases where exercise, diet, and medication glibenclamide with metformin failed.
Instructions for use Glibometa
Usually, the dosage for use Glibometa set individually in each case.
Optimal average dose - 2 tablets a p / day. Do not take more than 2g. drug per day (in terms of metformin).
Take Glibomet meals.
Glibomet can cause low blood sugar below the acceptable level in frail, elderly patients, those who abuse alcohol and suffers from impaired renal, hepatic function.
There are reviews of Glibomete, that after applying the observed headaches, epigastric pain, weakness, diarrhea, vomiting, appetite loss, nausea, joint pain, hives, fever.
Side effects after applying Glibometa analogs may differ, you should become familiar with their instruction.
According to the instructions Glibomet contraindicated in the presence of hypersensitivity to it, if covert forms of insulin-dependent diabetes and diabetes, with ketoacidosis, coma, and when diabetic precoma, expressed pathology of renal and hepatic functions, severe diseases of the cardiovascular system, with respiratory failure, alcoholism in the chronic stage, adrenal insufficiency, fasting, dystrophy, gangrene, in a state of shock, during breastfeeding, pregnancy.