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Re: NMK, what is glucophage/weight gain stopped? ravenstorm

Posted by nmk on May 25, 2004, at 12:15:24

In reply to Re: NMK, what is glucophage/weight gain stopped?, posted by ravenstorm on May 25, 2004, at 9:18:14

> nmk--
> Does glucophage work on blood sugar? I am taking remeron and having horrible blood sugar problems (sometimes I have to eat every two hours!!)
> Any info would be appreciated!

From what I know, Glucophage (also known as Metformin) is prescribed for type II diabetes and it lowers blood insulin levels. Zyprexa is known to raise insulin levels so the Glucophage works to counteract the effects of the zyprexa. Since starting the Glucophage, I haven't gained more than five pounds so it does seem to help with curbing the appetite. I was also on Remeron a few years back and had to stop because of the horrible munchies I would get after 1/2 hour of taking it. You may want to talk to your doctor about Glucophage for med-induced weight gain.




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