Review: could Metformin cause Slaked lime?
We study 97,185 people who have side effects while taking Metformin from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Slaked lime and more.
Metformin (latest outcomes from 100,693 users) has active ingredients of metformin hydrochloride. It is often used in diabetes.
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I have slightly elevated blood sugar which has been rising and I asked my Endocrinologist if I could start taking Metformin as a diabetes preventative. He gave me the prescription and I started taking Metformin as prescribed 7 weeks ago.
I also have been slightly hypo-thyroid for many years, and asked my endocrinologist if I could stop taking my thyroid medication (low does Synthroid and Cytomel)as I am also experiencing accelerated bone loss. He told me to cut down slowly over a 6 week time period and see how I feel. I did as he told me, but after being 100% off the synthroid (but still taking the Cytomel (5 mcg 1-2 times per day), I developed seborrheic keratosis all over my neck, chest, face, ankles, and some on my trunk. Then a few days after that I developed severe swelling and pain in my left index finger and cannot bend it (arthritis?).
I immediately resumed taking my thyroid medication, but am uncertain if that is the solution to this new development or not. I continue to take the metformin as prescribed.
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