Blurred vision effect of Metformin

We have 283 consumer reports for Metformin. Blurred vision effect occurred in 1%.

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Metformin Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 283 reported about Blurred vision

  1. Anastasia J. Williams says:
    3.5 rating

    Metformin for Diabetes mellitus type ii

    I do not contract metformin at all. Was constantly tired, limp, listless, inattentive, unfocused. Despite taking omeprazole, I had severe stomach pain, nausea, nausea, heartburn. Eyesight, I thought I need new glasses. Was at the ophthalmologist. My eyes are fine. Came from the metformin. Take glimepiride for 14 days. Really awesome feel like new.

  2. Marc L. Odom says:
    3.5 rating

    Metformin for Diabetes mellitus type ii

    Hello, I’m 64 years old, pensioner and have a short time diabetes type 2. I have metformin 500 each morning and one tablet each morning. My doctor referred me to the specialist who prescribed me Velmetia 50mg / 850mg. In the opinion of the specialist I should take 1 Velmetia in the morning and Metformin in the evening in combination. But got on the day of the proposed insertion difficulties. Heart problems, wet hands, flicker in front of the eyes and short drowsiness. But I have to say that I use an overnight device for sleep apnea that probably causes difficulties. If I remove the device, the nausea diminishes. I now dare not take Velmetia, although Velmetia also contains the active substance metformin? Who can help me here?????

  3. William W. Meyer says:
    3.5 rating

    Metformin for Diabetes mellitus type ii

    Starting visual disturbance, blurred vision; Weight gain well 35Kg in the 5 years; Impotence and constantly tired, as well as mad pain in the large joints, especially the knee joints. Every way is too far and hurts. Enormous water retention in the lower legs. Sleep disorders; If it takes a long time to sleep at most 2 hours at a time and erectile dysfunction. On the whole side effects only become aware of through conversations with other patients, only then / now only read the leaflet. The treating diabetologist did not notice anything during the whole time. New doctor’s appointment is already, then he has to come up with something. I’m so sorry! Actually, I could have read the note from Actos 45 right away, but I followed the doctor’s instructions and took it nicely. Never again!