Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus., Type 2 diabetes mellitus
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Certain groups of people, such as the very young, the very old, the very sick, and pregnant and breastfeeding women, are more vulnerable to harm from drugs, including OTC drugs. When such people use drugs, special precautions, which may include a doctor’s supervision, should be taken.To avoid dangerous drug-drug interactions, people should consult a pharmacist or doctor before they take prescription drugs and OTC drugs at the same time. People who have chronic disorders should also consult a pharmacist or doctor. OTC drugs are not designed to treat serious disorders and can make some disorders worse. An unanticipated reaction, such as a rash or insomnia, is a signal to stop taking the drug immediately and obtain medical advice., Drug should not be given to Pregnant Mothers, patients suffering from Kidney dysfunction, and Neonates.
Type 1 DM