Actoplus Met (Pioglitazone/ Metformin)
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Generic Actoplus Met Price Comparison
The average retail price of generic Actoplus Met 15mg/850mg in the United States is:
- $269.01 for 60 tablets
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The brand Actoplus Met 15mg/850mg is made by Takeda as a product of the United Kingdom. The generic alternatives are made by Sanovel Pharma as a product of Turkey.
The active ingredients in Actoplus Met are: pioglitazone hydrochloride and metformin hydrochloride. Click on "CHECK PRICES' to view more product details.
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- Order filled from partner pharmacy in UK: 7 - 10 business days
- Order filled from partner pharmacy in Turkey: 10 - 18 business days
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Actoplus Met (Pioglitazone/Metformin) Product Information
Actoplus Met is prescribed to patient's with type 2 diabetes. It is a combination medication containing Pioglitazone and Metformin, together they help manage blood glucose levels.
What is Actoplus Met used for?
Made up of a combination of metformin and pioglitazone, Actoplus Met is used to help control the sugar levels in blood. Providing there are other actions taken, including a healthy diet and the right amount of exercise, it can help control type 2 diabetes. It is meant for patients who are not injecting insulin daily, and unfortunately, it is not able to treat anyone with type 1 diabetes.
Actoplus Met Dosage
Actoplus Met has to be taken with food as there could be side effects as a result of the metformin. When there is also pioglitazone in the tablet, it is suggested that there is a twice daily dose of 15 mg/500 mg or once a day of 15 mg/850 mg.
Your doctor may decide to change the dose that they start you on, if they believe other issues are making this necessary, and most of the time it will start low and then the dosage will rise until it is at its most effective. It should be taken at the same time every day.
If it is being used in place of a different diabetes medication, make sure you contact your doctor with regards to stopping the old one and starting Actoplus Met.
As with all medication, there is a risk, but not a certainty that you will suffer from side effects. If you do suffer any they could include:
- Problems with your teeth
- Make heart failure worse
- Blood in the urine and a painful bladder
- A need to urinate a lot and pain when it happens
- Pain in the lower back
If you have tried Actoplus Met before and know that you are allergic to it or to any of its ingredients you should inform the doctor before it is prescribed. There are also certain conditions that can be made worse so you should tell your doctor if you have or have had:
- Heart failure
- Severe kidney disease
- Cancer of the bladder
- Metabolic acidosis
Once taking the medicine, there are times when it may be best for you to stop for a while. This can be when you need to undergo a medical procedure where there has to be a dye placed in the veins. This will normally be a CT scan or x-ray. Don’t just stop taking it, but make sure your health care provider knows.
You need to tell your doctor about your medical history and if you have ever had:
- Kidney problems
- Liver disease
- Congestive heart failure
- A heart condition of any kind including heart attack
- Fluid retention
- Bladder cancer
If you are more than 80 years of age, it is possible that you will be told not to take it. You should also be given the information that there is a chance that its use could be linked to bladder cancer. Your doctor will discuss with you as to whether or not the need to take it outweighs the risk.
The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.