Accuglim M1 Tablet is a combination of Glimepiride and Metformin which belongs to a group of medicines called Antidiabetic agents. It is used to treat type II diabetes mellitus when diet, exercise and treatment with other single agents did not result in adequate response. Type II diabetes mellitus is a chronic medical condition in which the body cannot properly utilize the circulating sugars (glucose) from the blood to make energy.
As a result, the patient experience sudden unintentional weight loss, extreme tiredness, increased urination, thirst or hunger and slow healing ulcers. If left untreated, it can cause permanent damage to the nerves in the body and may to lead to other life-threatening complications. Glimepiride is a sulfonylurea which acts by making the pancreas secrete more insulin to digest the circulating glucose and metformin is biguanide which acts by blocking the production of glucose by the liver.
Accuglim M1 Tablet decrease blood glucose levels and makes the body respond better to insulin. While taking Accuglim M1 Tablet, patients must continue to take carbohydrate-regularized diet as instructed by their doctor to obtain better results. Before taking Accuglim M1 Tablet inform your doctor if you have type 1 diabetes mellitus, severe liver or kidney diseases, or heart problems.
Accuglim M1 Tablet is not recommended for use in pregnant and breastfeeding women. The common side effects of Accuglim M1 Tablet are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain and changes in taste.
Uses of Accuglim M1
Treat type II diabetes mellitus when diet, exercise and other single agents does not provide adequate response
Blood Sugar Regulation
Enhancing Insulin Sensitivity
Stimulating Insulin Release
Managing Postprandial Blood Sugar Spikes
Improving Glycemic Control
Reducing the Risk of Diabetes-Related Complications
How Does Accuglim M1 Works
ACCUGLIM M1 effectively reduces elevated blood glucose levels, where glimepiride acts by making the pancreas secrete more insulin to digest the circulating glucose and metformin acts by blocking the production of glucose by the liver. They collectively decrease the elevated blood glucose levels and makes the body respond better to insulin.
Side Effects of Accuglim M1
Nausea or Upset Stomach
Diarrhea or Loose Stools
Weight Gain or Weight Loss
Vitamin B12 Deficiency
Liver Function Abnormalities
Common Side Effects
Diarrhea, stomach pain, loss of appetite
Changes in taste
Dizziness or Light-headedness
Rare Side Effects
Low blood sugar levels
Changes in Blood Cell Counts
Severe Skin Reactions
Changes in blood counts (increased tendency to bleed, increased infections, weakness, pale skin)
Dosage of Accuglim M1
Accuglim M1 is a combination medication containing two active ingredients: Metformin and Glimepiride.
Dosage strength can vary, with different available tablet strengths, such as 500 mg Metformin / 1 mg Glimepiride or 850 mg Metformin / 1 mg Glimepiride.
The initial dosage is typically low and is gradually increased to achieve the desired blood sugar control.
Dosage may depend on various factors, including the patient’s blood sugar levels, response to treatment, and any other medical conditions they may have.
The usual starting dose for Accuglim M1 is one tablet once daily with a meal or as prescribed by the doctor.