Uzimet G3 Forte

Composition Glimepiride 3 mg + Metformin 1000 mg SR Tablets (Bilayered)
Pack Blister 10X10
MRP 970


Glimepiride 3 mg + Metformin 1000 mg SR Tablets (Bilayered) Uses

Glimepiride 3 mg + Metformin 1000 mg SR Tablet belongs to the class of medications called Anti-diabetics, which are primarily used in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, especially in those patients whose blood sugar levels are not controlled by exercise and diet alone. Type 2 diabetes is a long-lasting (chronic) disease that affects the process of how your body produces glucose. In diabetes condition, the body is not able to produce insulin, and insulin is a natural body hormone that is very essential for using sugar for energy. The insulin produced in the body is not able to do its function in diabetes conditions, called insulin resistance. Glimepiride stimulates the cells present inside the pancreas that produce enough insulin, which removes all the excess sugar from the blood. Metformin decreases the sugar production inside the liver as well as delays the absorption of sugar from the intestines.

Directions to Use

  • Your physician will prescribe this medication after doing essential health tests to make sure that this medication is good for you or not. 
  • Read the essential information present on the label about use and follow the directions given by the healthcare professional for best results. 
  • The dosage and durations to use depend on your health condition as well as on how your body responds to the medication. 
  • Take this medication as prescribed after or before having food with a whole glass of water at the same time every day as consulted. 
  • Do not increase the dose and do not crush chew or break it, consume it as a whole and complete the fully prescribed course for the best possible results. 
  • Your physician will consult a healthy diet plan and exercise routine, do follow all the directions properly for beneficial outcomes.
  • Store this medication in a cool and dry place away from the reach of children, pets, and sunlight.

Side Effects

This medication can only be obtained with a doctor’s order and will be reviewed once it’s determined that the advantages it offers are greater than the possible side effects it might lead to. People who adhere to a healthy diet and exercise regimen typically do not experience any negative effects. Nonetheless, some frequent side effects may go away on their own without needing medical care. If any of these side effects last for an extended period, it’s important to seek advice from your doctor right away.

Some of the common side effects include – 

  • Low blood sugar level (Hypoglycemia) Shaking, sweating, rapid heartbeat, dizziness, hunger, irritability
  • Vomiting 
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Abdominal pain or discomfort
  • Indigestion or gas 

As previously mentioned, people adhering to a correct eating and workout plan do not experience any negative or severe side effects. If any type of negative side effect happens to you, please inform your doctor immediately and do not hesitate to do so.

Serious side effects such as – 

  • Allergic reactions
  • Lactic Acidosis
  • Severe hyperglycemia
  • Liver problems 
  • Blood disorders


  • Do not take this medication without a prescription because it can cause some serious side effects that can be dangerous for your health. 
  • Before start using this medication tell your healthcare provider about your health history, especially about liver and kidney-related problems as well as about allergies.
  • Do not take more than the prescribed volume because it can increase the chances of serious side effects. 
  • Do not stop consuming this medication when you start feeling improvement, without consulting your doctor because it can worsen the certain condition you are trying to treat. Complete the fully prescribed course for the best possible results.
  • Maintain a healthy eating plan and workout schedule, attend routine medical appointments, and monitor your blood, liver, and kidney health closely.
  • Warning: Women who are expecting, nursing, or considering becoming mothers should avoid taking this medication without a doctor’s order. This is because it may be transferred to breast milk and could potentially damage a developing fetus.
  • Do not consume alcohol if you are having treatment with Glimepiride 3 mg + Metformin 1000 mg SR Tablets because it can increase the chances of adverse side effects. 
  • Taking Glimepiride 3 mg in combination with Metformin 1000 mg extended-release tablets might make some individuals feel less alert. As a result, it’s advised to avoid driving or handling any heavy equipment until you feel fully awake after taking the Glimepiride 3 mg + Metformin 1000 mg SR Tablets.
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