|Average World Price:||$684.78|
|Product Type:||Brand, Prescription|
|Active Ingredient(s):||sitagliptin phosphate|
|Manufacturer:||Merck Frosst & Cie, Merck Frosst & Co.|
Information on Januvia
Common Uses Januvia
Januvia Tablets is classified as a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitor which is used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes in people who cannot control their levels of blood sugar by diet and/or exercise. Januvia should be used in combination along with diet and exercise. Januvia tablets are generally used both alone and in combination with other antidiabetic medication.
Before Use Januvia
Januvia tablets may interact with some medicines and medical conditions. Your doctor or pharmacist should be made aware of all the drugs (prescription and over-the-counter) that you consume. If you use digoxin or sulfonylureas (such as glipizide) you will require additional monitoring of dose. Please remember not to start or stop medication without first consulting with your pharmacist. You should also inform your doctor about all your medical conditions including a history of inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis), allergies, kidney problems or breast feeding. Januvia tablets are not recommended if you suffer from high blood ketone levels (diabetic ketoacidosis) or type 1 diabetes. For more details about using Januvia tablets you must consult your doctor.
How to take Januvia
Always follow your doctor's directions precisely for the use of Januvia tablets. The drug comes with an additional patient information leaflet attached. Make sure that you read it completely and carefully, and ask your nurse, doctor or pharmacist all of the other drug related queries you may have. This drug can be ingested with or without food. Januvia tablets should be stored at room temperature away from heat, moisture and light between the temperature of 68 and 77 degrees F (20 and 25 degrees C). However, for temporary storage any temperature between 59 and 86 degrees F (15 and 30 degrees C) is allowed. Januvia tablets should be taken regularly to receive best results. Do not discontinue Januvia tablets even if you feel better. Likewise, do not miss a dose. However, if you happen to miss a dose take it as soon as you remember. If it is near the time of your next dose, skip the missed one and return to your regular schedule. Never take two doses together.
If you are allergic to any ingredient in Januvia tablets or have had an allergic reaction to it do not take this product. In order to monitor side effects or check your progress lab or medical tests, including hemoglobin A1C, blood glucose and kidney function may be undertaken. Do not miss any doctor's or lab appointments while on Januvia tablets. During stressful times like injury, fever, surgery or infection it may be tougher to control your blood sugar levels. Talk with your doctor about this lack of control. Always consult your doctor before changing the dose of your medicine. Though not known to cause low blood sugar or hypoglycemia, Januvia tablets when used in combination with other medications for diabetes (such as sulfonylureas like glipizide) may cause side effects. Low blood sugar symptoms are cold sweat, chills, dizziness, shaking, drowsiness, rapid heart rate, headache, weakness, fainting, hunger or tingling of the hands or feet. In order to treat low blood sugar it is good to carry glucose tablets or gel with you. To quickly increase your blood sugar level eat a quick source of sugar (honey, drink a glass of orange juice, sugar, candy or non-diet soda) if you do not have these reliable sources of glucose at hand. Your doctor should be informed immediately about this reaction. Having meals on time and not skipping meals will help prevent hypoglycemia. Your doctor or pharmacist should be consulted before you start any new medication. Be careful when administering Januvia tablets to the elderly as they may be highly sensitive to its side effects. Women should discuss their pregnancy plan with their doctor and also discuss the pros and cons of using Januvia tablets during pregnancy. Whether Januvia tablets can be found in breast milk is unknown. Consult your doctor or pharmacist about the risks to the baby if you are or will be breast feeding while on this drug.
Januvia possible Side effects
Possible side effects of Januvia tablets are headache, diarrhea, nausea, runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, upset stomach or upper respiratory infection. If these side effects trouble you or if they continue be sure to contact your doctor. If you experience chills; fevers; persistent sore throat; swelling of your legs, hands, face, eyes, lips, throat, or tongue; red, blistered, swollen, or peeling skin; symptoms of pancreas inflammation; difficulty in swallowing or breathing or unusual hoarseness of voice check with your doctor immediately. Although an allergic reaction to Januvia tablets is unlikely, summon medical attention immediately if it occurs. Allergic reactions manifest as itching, rash, swelling, trouble breathing or dizziness. This list is not a thorough list of all the side effects that may happen as a result of Januvia tablet usage. Your healthcare provider should be contacted if you have further questions about side effects. For medical advice on side effects your doctor must be contacted.
Drug interaction checker should be used to figure out if your medication interacts when used in combination with other medicines. Drug interactions cause unwanted responses or prevent the action of the medicine in users.
If you suspect that you are experiencing an overdose, be sure to contact your emergency room or other medical assistance immediately.
If the symptoms of your disease become worse or do not improve even after taking Januvia tablets, contact your doctor immediately. Be sure to follow your dietary plan provided by your physician. Always carry an identification card on you that states that you are diabetic. Follow your doctor's directions and monitor your blood sugar levels regularly. Check with your doctor if you are taking Januvia tablets and your blood sugar levels are frequently higher or lower than it should be. Do not share your tablets with anyone who is not a prescribed user of Januvia tablets. Also do not use Januvia tablets for any other health condition. Kindly keep these tablets away from children and pets.
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Buck a Day pharmacy can offer you the brand name product Januvia which is sold in India under the same brand name Januvia. This product is the same as you would purchase in the US only much much cheaper. The generic drug name for Januvia is Sitagliptin. Sitagliptin is an oral "antihyperglycemic" of the "dipeptidyl peptidase4(DPP 4) inhibitor class". Januvia is a prescription medication which is used for the treatment of diabetes. This drug helps in controlling the insulin levels in the body after a meal. This drug is for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, that is the non-insulin dependent diabetes and sometimes it can be used in combination with other diabetes medication to treat the condition. It is not for the treatment of type 1 diabetes. Januvia is manufactured and marketed by the pharmaceutical company, Merck and Co.
A patent currently restricts the development of generic Januvia. The earliest at which any generic version of Januvia will be available is sometime in 2017. After the patent expires, any pharmaceutical company can step in the develop it's generic version of the drug. This generic version will not be any different than the brand name drug. Generic name drugs are those which are manufactured after the patent of a brand name drug has expired. Generic name drugs and brand name drugs are absolutely the same in terms of composition, active ingredients, indications, dosage and storage instructions as well as relief providing capabilities. The only marked difference between the two is the price of both. Generic drugs come at cheaper rates than the brand name drug. This is purely because there is no significant amount of research, development and trial costs in the manufacture of generic versions. Generic drugs are available at all leading pharmacies and can be purchased at online pharmacies.
Januvia from India is available at Buck a Day Pharmacy when ordered with a valid medical prescription. The three strengths of Januvia that we carry are Januvia 25 mg, Januvia 50 mg and Januvia 100 mg. Always make sure the dosage is always taken after consultation with your physician. If you have any questions or concerns on ordering Januvia, or any other product at Buck A Day Pharmacy, we have an online chat assistant waiting to help you or you can call direct to our toll free number.
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