Introduction to BGR 34 Tablet 100s

The BGR 34 100S tablet effectively helps to metabolism of carbohydrates and reduces the risk of long-term health complications. 

  • The antioxidant property of the formulation prevents tissues from free radicals and protects them from damage.
  • BGR 34 Tablet facilitates healthy functioning of the pancreas and lowers the level of glycosylated Hb. 
  • Continue using this medication for the entire recommended duration, even if symptoms improve after starting the treatment.

How BGR 34 Tablet 100s Works?

This is an Ayurvedic medicine composed of Gudmar, Vijaysar, Majeeth, and Giloy vital to stimulate and promote defense mechanisms by providing bioactive micronutrients to the body.

How To Use BGR 34 Tablet 100s

  • Take two tablet twice a day in gap of 30 minutes before having a meal.
  • Swallow the whole tablet with a glass full of water without breaking, crushing or chewing the tablet.
  • Take the tablet at the same time each day to maintain a consistent medication level in your body.

Special Precautions About BGR 34 Tablet 100s

  • Do not take extra dose apart from recommended by your doctor.
  • Carefully read the labels for proper direction regarding drug usage.
  • Do not alter the dose or stop taking the medicine before completing the prescribed course or without consulting your doctor.

Benefits Of BGR 34 Tablet 100s

  • Reduce weakness and fatigue.
  • Promote carbohydrate metabolism.
  • Provide protection to the body cells and tissues from free radical damage.

Side Effects Of BGR 34 Tablet 100s

  • No significant side effects

What If I Missed A Dose Of BGR 34 Tablet 100s

Avoid missing or forgetting a dose. If you do, take it as soon as you remember. If it's nearly time for your next dose, skip the missed one and continue with your regular schedule. Never take two doses at once, as this can be harmful to your health.

Safety Advice For BGR 34 Tablet 100s

check for risk indication explain below.

  • High risk
  • Moderate risk
  • Safe

Liver

Liver patients should use this tablet cautiously. The doctor may recommend an adjusted dose according to the condition.

Kidney

Kidney patients should use this tablet cautiously. The doctor may recommend an adjusted dose and close monitoring of kidney function according to the condition. Be sure to consult your doctor before starting the tablets.

Alcohol

The interaction of this medicine with alcohol is not well-known. Report any unusual symptoms or adverse reactions to your doctor immediately after taking the medication.

Driving

Generally, patients do not feel dizzy or drowsy after taking this tablet. However, if you notice any unusual symptoms, do not drive.

Pregnancy

The use of this tablet is not considered safe for pregnant women unless the potential benefits outweigh the risks. As the effects on the fetus are not clearly established, it is recommended to consult your doctor before taking the tablet.

Breast feeding

The medicine is likely safe for mothers breast feed their babies. However, due to insufficient reliable information regarding its safety, nursing mothers should consult their doctor to ensure caution.

Liver

Liver patients should use this tablet cautiously. The doctor may recommend an adjusted dose according to the condition.

Kidney

Kidney patients should use this tablet cautiously. The doctor may recommend an adjusted dose and close monitoring of kidney function according to the condition. Be sure to consult your doctor before starting the tablets.

Alcohol

The interaction of this medicine with alcohol is not well-known. Report any unusual symptoms or adverse reactions to your doctor immediately after taking the medication.

Driving

Generally, patients do not feel dizzy or drowsy after taking this tablet. However, if you notice any unusual symptoms, do not drive.

Pregnancy

The use of this tablet is not considered safe for pregnant women unless the potential benefits outweigh the risks. As the effects on the fetus are not clearly established, it is recommended to consult your doctor before taking the tablet.

Breast feeding

The medicine is likely safe for mothers breast feed their babies. However, due to insufficient reliable information regarding its safety, nursing mothers should consult their doctor to ensure caution.

Health And Lifestyle

Maintain a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet, adequate sleep, moderate or no alcohol intake, stress management, regular exercise, no smoking, and regular health check-ups to prevent and manage type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Drug Interaction

  • No known Drug-Drug interactions

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • No known Drug-Food interactions

Disease Explanation

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Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a chronic condition where the body fails to regulate blood sugar levels properly leads to elevated blood glucose levels.

Update on: Wednesday, 29 May, 2024

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Rakshita Garg