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Metformin And Bowel Movements

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Saxagliptin And Metformin (oral Route)

Side Effects Drug information provided by: Micromedex Along with its needed effects, a medicine may cause some unwanted effects. Although not all of these side effects may occur, if they do occur they may need medical attention. Check with your doctor immediately if any of the following side effects occur: More common Anxiety bladder pain bloody or cloudy urine blurred vision body aches or pain chills cold sweats confusion cool, pale skin cough depression difficult, burning, or painful urination difficulty with breathing dizziness ear congestion fast heartbeat fever frequent urge to urinate headache increased hunger loss of voice lower back or side pain nasal congestion nausea nightmares runny nose seizures shakiness slurred speech sneezing sore throat unusual tiredness or weakness Rare Cough or hoarseness Incidence not known Black, tarry stools bleeding gums blood in the urine or stools constipation darkened urine difficulty with swallowing hives or skin rash indigestion large, hive-like swelling on the face, eyelids, lips, tongue, throat, hands, legs, feet, or sex organs loss of appetite pains in the stomach, side, or abdomen, possibly radiating to the back pinpoint red spots on Continue reading >>

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  1. DavezWife

    what were/are your bowel habits and stools like when you're on it?
    I've always had the "met schizzles", or so I thought. A pretty sudden urgency to go, and kinda explosive loose stools when I do. Floaties, small chunks if any. light to medium brown.
    Well, now that I've gone gluten & dairy free (as an experiment on my auto-immune stuff) I've not had those BM's, and they're less, dark, more compact and sink. (lol)
    I'm reading about Celiac Disease (related to the AI stuff and gluten allergies) and darnit to heck if I don't see this:
    people with CD have increased amounts of fat in the stool (steatorrhea). The unabsorbed fat is broken down by intestinal bacteria into fatty acids, and these fatty acids promote secretion of water into the intestine, resulting in diarrhea. Fatty stools typically are large in volume, malodorous (foul smelling), greasy, light tan or light grey in color, and tend to float in the toilet bowl. Oil droplets (undigested fat) also may be seen floating on top of the water.
    That just is too familiar. BUT I've changed my diet. (and stayed on the met) So who knows. But I guess I'm curious if my met schizzles sound like other's met schizzles. lol.
    I'll do a courtesy flush on this post later. (aka DD, ha)

  2. KellyOsu23

    I am lurking today,
    But I will chime in, HI Davez!! Nice to see ya
    I am not on Metformin right now, because I was having major issues as you described.
    Sometimes really severe lime 30 seconds to get to the toilet or blow warning
    But I also thought perhaps, it was Gallbladder related since I had that out right after Ashlyn too.
    Needless to say, I stopped Metformin and I still have the "metformin" attacks perhaps 2-3 times a week. Usually after eating a meal out or the morning after eating a meal out.
    So perhaps its Diet related, or perhaps Gallbladder I am not sure. But I am interested in hearing what the other ladies say.

  3. KellyOsu23

    OH and I loved your little Red Riding hood video! Its too cute! What program do you use for editing your videos/putting them together etc?

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