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Think I'm getting the wrong dosage
I'm on metformin for diabetes.. I was taking 200 mg twice daily my script ran out I got the flu so I went to the er and he wrote me a new script ... now I thought he upped it to 1000 mg twice daily but I got my meds and the bottles read take 2 1000 mg tabs 2 times daily .. I feel horrible .. I'm dizzy headaches ect .. my wife tells me I'm being a baby that it's just the meds doing their job .. I don't feel right ..
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The maximum dose of metformin is upto 2000 mg per day.. ie. ONE 1000 mg tablet twice daily. You are taking double that dose hence don't feel right.
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