Repaglinide is administered alone or with other medications to control high blood glucose levels in individuals with Type 2 Diabetes. Along with diet and exercise, Repaglinide increases the pancreas’ insulin production. Repaglinide is the generic name of Prandin.
Repaglinide should be taken orally 30 minutes within each meal or as directed by your doctor, ranging from 2-4 times a day dependent on the number of meals. Do not take the medication when your blood sugar is low or when you’re skipping a meal.
The dosage depends on the body’s medical condition, reception to the treatment, and other medications that one might be taking.
Follow any other instructions specified by your doctor or indicated on the prescription label.
These side effects are relatively mild and temporary. Should symptoms persist, contact your doctor.
Repaglinide causes changes in blood sugar levels. Look out for symptoms of low and high blood sugar and speak to your doctor immediately should any of these symptoms arise: