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Glucophage Coupon & Discounts

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Glucophage is a diabetes medicine that is used to control blood sugar level in patients with type 2 diabetes. Glucophage costs around $60-$70 for a month’s supply. If you don’t have health insurance coverage or patient assistance for Glucophage, use our coupons to get as much as 75% off Glucophage r ... Read more

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Glucophage Information:

What is Glucophage?

Glucophage contains a drug called metformin. Metformin is classified as a biguanide drug. Biguanides work by reducing the amount of glucose produced by the liver which helps to reduce overall blood sugar level. Glucophage medicine comes in the form of a tablet.

How do I take Glucophage?

You may need to take Glucophage once or twice daily depending on what your doctor thinks is necessary to control your blood sugar. The normal starting dose is 500mg twice daily or 850mg once daily. You doctor may adjust your dose over time. Glucophage is normally taken before a meal. Follow your doctor’s or pharmacist’s instructions. Check your blood sugar often to make sure it is balanced and treatment is working. Also follow any dietary instructions your doctor or nutritionist may provide.

Before taking Glucophage, tell your doctor if:

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • You have a history of breathing problems such as asthma or COPD.
  • You are allergic to any of the ingredients in Glucophage pills.
  • You have anemia or another blood disorder.
  • You have kidney or liver disease.
  • You are taking any other prescription or nonprescription drugs or vitamins or supplements, including other diabetes medications, diuretics, blood pressure medications, steroids, thyroid medications, hormonal contraceptives or hormone therapies and any others.

What are the possible side effects of taking Glucophage?

Possible side effects from taking Glucophage include nausea, indigestion, diarrhea, weakness, headache and a metallic taste in the mouth. These side effects should be mild or go away over time. If they don’t, tell your doctor. Some side effects are rare but serious. These include feeling short of breath for no particular reason, swelling, rapid weight gain, fever, chills, low blood sugar, severe abdominal pain and muscle pain.

What if I forget to take a dose of Glucophage?

If you miss a dose of Glucophage, take the missed pill as soon as you remember. However, you should take the medication with food. If it’s already almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue on your normal routine.

How do I store Glucophage?

Store Glucophage pills at a temperature around 68-77 degrees Fahrenheit. Store it in its original container and keep it away from light and moisture. Also, keep your medication out of reach of children and pets.

What happens if I overdose on Glucophage?

Signs of overdose on Glucophage may include vomiting, stomach pain, weakness, dizziness, feeling cold, extreme fatigue, flushing skin, muscle pain, rapid breathing and abnormally fast or slow heart rate. If you think you or someone you know has overdosed on Glucophage, call 911 or see a doctor immediately.

Warnings

Be aware of the signs of high or low blood sugar, and make sure your doctor tells you what to do in these situations. In rare instances, this drug can cause a condition called lactic acidosis. Tell your doctor or another health professional immediately if you experience weakness, vomiting, stomach pain, rapid breathing, shortness of breath, dizziness, flushing, muscle pain and feeling cold.

 

Brand Names

Glucophage is a branded drug. The generic name is metformin. Browse our site for coupons for both Glucophage and metformin as well as other diabetes drugs.

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About Our Savings:

HelpRx.info is a discount pharmacy service, partnered with a leading pharmacy benefit manager. We negotiate lower prices on prescription medications, that we pass on to our members for free. There is no cost to use our cards and coupon, and anyone can take advantage of our discounts, regardless of healthcare coverage.

Our savings assurance of “up to 75% off” comes from historical data from actual claims. This data includes savings for both brand name and generic medications.