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Glucophage is a type of antidiabetic drug known as a biguanide. It works in a number of ways to decrease the amount of sugar in the blood of people with type 2 diabetes.
Glucophage is an oral antidiabetic medication prescribed to treat type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes. Diabetes develops when the body proves unable to burn sugar and the unused sugar builds up in the bloodstream. Glucophage lowers the amount of sugar in your blood by decreasing sugar production and absorption and helping your body respond better to its own insulin, which promotes the burning of sugar. It does not, however, increase the body's production of insulin.
Glucophage is prescribed as a first line treatment of type 2 diabetes in people who are overweight. It is prescribed when diet and exercise have failed to control blood sugar levels. It can be prescribed in combination with other antidiabetic drugs to provide better control of blood sugar.
Glucophage is sometimes prescribed along with insulin or certain other oral antidiabetic drugs such as Micronase or Glucotrol. It is prescribed alone.
Glucophage SR tablets are prolonged release tablets that are designed to release metformin slowly and continuously over several hours. This produces a steady blood level of Glucophage throughout the day. The tablets are designed to be taken once or twice a day with meals, depending on your blood sugar control. They must be swallowed with water and not broken, chewed or crushed, as this would damage the prolonged release action.
Glucophage tablets and Glucophage SR tablets both contain the active ingredient metformin hydrochloride. Metformin is available without a brand name, ie as the generic drug. Metformin is prescribed to help control blood sugar levels in people with type 2 or non-insulin dependent diabetes.
Glucophage tablets are standard release tablets that are taken two or three times a day either during or just after meals.
Always remember that Glucophage is an aid to, not a substitute for, good diet and exercise. Failure to follow a sound diet and exercise plan can lead to serious complications such as dangerously high or low blood sugar levels. Remember, too, that Glucophage is not an oral form of insulin and cannot be prescribed in place of insulin.
Firstly, it reduces the amount of sugar produced by cells in the liver. Secondly, it increases the sensitivity of muscle cells to insulin. This enables the cells to remove sugar from the blood more effectively. Finally, it delays absorption of sugar from the intestines into the bloodstream after eating. Overall, metformin reduces blood sugar levels both between and directly after meals.
People with diabetes have a deficiency or absence of a hormone produced by the pancreas called insulin. Insulin is the main hormone responsible for the control of sugar in the blood. In type 2 diabetes the pancreas does not produce sufficient insulin and the cells of the body are resistant to the low levels of insulin circulating in the blood. Insulin would normally make the cells remove sugar from the blood, hence in type 2 diabetes blood sugar levels can rise too high.
Standard Glucophage tablets are taken two or three times daily. An extended-release form (Glucophage XR) is available for once-daily dosing.

Glucophage is prescribed for the treatment of:
- Polycystic ovary syndrome;
- Type 2 diabetes, when diet alone has failed to fully control blood sugar;

Side Effects

Glucophage side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Decreased absorption of vitamin b12 during long-term use;
- Disturbances of the gut such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea or abdominal pain;
- Elevated levels of lactic acid in the blood;
- Loss of appetite;
- Metallic taste;
- Skin reactions such as rash, itching or flushing;

If side effects from Glucophage occur, they usually happen during the first few weeks of therapy. Most side effects are minor and will go away after you've taken Glucophage for a while.

More common side effects may include:
- Weakness;
- Vomiting;
- Nausea;
- Indigestion;
- Headache;
- Gas;
- Diarrhea;
- Abdominal discomfort;

Dosage

Your doctor will tailor your dosage to your individual needs.

CHILDREN

Glucophage XR

This form of Glucophage has not been tested in children younger than 17.

Glucophage

The dosage may be increased by 500 mg at weekly intervals up to a maximum of 2,000 mg daily.
For children 10 to 16 years old, the usual starting dose is one 500-mg tablet twice a day with meals.
Glucophage has not been tested in children younger than 10.

ADULTS

Glucophage

The usual starting dose is one 500-mg tablet twice a day, taken with morning and evening meals.
Your doctor may increase your daily dose by 500 mg at weekly intervals, based on your response up to a total of 2,000 mg.

The usual maintenance dose ranges from 1,500 to 2,550 mg daily.
If you take more than 2,000 mg a day, your doctor may recommend that the medication be divided into three doses, taken with each meal.

An alternative starting dose is one 850-mg tablet a day, taken with the morning meal.
Your doctor may increase this by 850 mg at 14-day intervals, to a maximum of 2,550 mg a day.

Glucophage XR

Your doctor may increase your dose by 500 mg at weekly intervals, up to a maximum dosage of 2,000 mg a day.
The usual starting dose is one 500-mg tablet once daily with the evening meal.
If you need more than 2,000 mg a day, the doctor will switch you to regular Glucophage.
If a single 2,000-mg dose fails to control your blood sugar, you may be asked to take 1,000-mg doses twice a day.

OLDER ADULTS

Older people and those who are malnourished or in a weakened state are generally given lower doses of Glucophage because their kidneys may be weaker, making side effects more likely.

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