Overview Of Metformin Side Effects

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There could be Metformin side effects or Glucophage side effects resulting in low blood pressure when people found themselves suddenly sweating or broke out in cold sweats, felt dizzy, shaky, complained of blurred vision, loss of proper coordination, had difficulty in speaking, appeared disoriented, displayed signs of irritability and change in behaviour, lost coherence or developed seizures. Many people in the group complained of chest pain. Others in the group had allergic reactions such as sudden development of unusual rash, hives, itching wheezing or swelling or even trouble with their breathing.

Apart from all these above symptoms, there were some reactions that occurred in about 1 to 5% of the people which may or may not be attributed to the Metformin doses. Clinical studies on the subject prove that while these symptoms such as change in taste, muscle pain, abnormal stools, dizziness, light headedness, problems with breathing, nails, sweating profusely, hot red flushes noticed in the face, heart palpitations and symptoms of flu (fever, weakness, chills and muscle pain) were evident in some people, there was no way to put it down as side effects from taking Metformin.

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