Januvia
Sitagliptin Phosphate

Januvia (Rx)
25mg Tablet
Manufactured by Merck & Co. - Product of India - Shipped from Singapore - Can not be split
Januvia (Rx)
50mg Tablet
Manufactured by Merck & Co. - Product of India - Shipped from Singapore - Can not be split
Januvia (Rx)
100mg Tablet
Manufactured by Merck & Co. - Product of India - Shipped from Singapore - Can not be split

Generic equivalents for Januvia...

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A generic drug is a copy of the brand-name drug with the same dosage, safety, strength, quality, how it is taken, performance, and intended use. Before generics become available on the market, the generic company must prove it has the same active ingredients as the brand-name and works the same way in the body in the same amount of time.

The only differences between generics and their brand-name counterparts is the generics are less expensive and may look slightly different (e.g. different shape or color), as trademark laws prevent a generic from looking exactly like the brand-name drug.

Generics are less expensive because generic manufacturers don't have to invest large sums of money to invent a drug. When the brand-name patent expires, generic companies can manufacture a copy of the brand-name drug and sell it at substantial discounts.

Sitagliptin Phosphate (Rx)
25mg Tablet
Manufactured by Sava Medica Ltd - Product of India - Shipped from Singapore - Can not be split
Sitagliptin Phosphate (Rx)
50mg Tablet
Manufactured by Sava Medica Ltd - Product of India - Shipped from Singapore - Can not be split
Sitagliptin Phosphate (Rx)
100mg Tablet
Manufactured by Sava Medica Ltd - Product of India - Shipped from Singapore - Can not be split

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Januvia Description

Januvia is a medication that is used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It is particularly useful in patients who have difficulty controlling blood sugar levels with diet and exercise alone. Januvia may be taken as a single medication or be used as one of a combination of drugs to help combat diabetes and keep blood sugar levels within the normal range.

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Januvia Directions

As is the case with all drugs, it is vital that you carefully follow the instructions given to you by your doctor. In most cases this will be written on the label of the medicine bottle or box and you must read this information very carefully. Januvia has an additional patient leaflet that you should request as it is full of useful information regarding this medication. If you do happen to have any questions about how to take this medicine then you should talk to your pharmacist, nurse or doctor and they will be happy to help you. You must not crush, break or chew this medicine and should instead swallow it whole with a glass of water. It is not important if you take this medicine with food or on an empty stomach, however you must not mix the medicine in with your food or with any liquid. Where you keep the medicine is very important and in this case it must be stored at room temperature (77 degrees F) away from the sun and in the bottle or box provided or in an airtight container. You must take the medicine as directed by your doctor and if you can take it at the same time everyday i.e. at breakfast time, then that may help you to remember. It is very important that you take this medicine everyday as directed and do not miss a dose, even if you are feeling better. Failure to take your medicine as directed will likely result in the worsening of your symptoms. In the unfortunate scenario that you do forget to take a dose, you must take the missed dose as soon as you remember unless this is near the time of your next dose. In this case you should just forget about the missed dose and carry on with your normal schedule, as you must never take two doses of a single medication at the same time. If you have any concerns then you should contact your pharmacist, nurse or doctor for more information.

Januvia Cautions

First and foremost you should not take Januvia if you have experienced an allergic or other adverse reaction to it or any other ingredient that is used in the production of Januvia. If you are worried that you may have had an adverse reaction to Januvia in the past then you should discuss this with your doctor. There may be tests that are required by your doctor to check for side effects and/or monitor how effective the medicine is for you. Some of these tests include: blood glucose, kidney function and hemoglobin A1C. However your doctor will talk to you about what is required. It is important to attend all laboratory and doctor appointments while you are taking Januvia and additional appointments may be necessary when a change to the dose is made and during the initial starting period. Keeping good control over your blood sugar levels can be difficult especially when you are stressed or suffering from another illness. If you are having difficulty with this then you must visit your doctor to talk about what can be done, however you must not change the dose of your medicine without first discussing it with your doctor. Elderly patients may be more sensitive to the effects of this medicine and so care should be taken in these people. Januvia may have adverse effects on the fetus in pregnant women and so all women who may be thinking about getting pregnant should weigh up the pros and cons of taking this medicine during pregnancy with their doctor. Also it is unknown if Januvia is excreted in the breast milk and so general advice at this time is to speak with your doctor or pharmacist about whether it is safe for you to breastfeed. You must monitor blood sugar levels carefully when on this medication; it often helps to keep a diary of your recordings to show the doctor.

Januvia Side Effects

As is the case with most drugs Januvia is not without its side effects. Some of the things that you may notice when taking this medication include nasal congestion, nausea, runny nose, headache, sore throat or upper respiratory tract infection. Many of these may be minor and go away during the course of treatment, however if they do bother you then you must talk to your doctor. Fortunately it is uncommon for someone to have an allergic reaction to this medicine, however they do occur and if you notice severe dizziness, a rash, itching, trouble breathing or swelling then you must seek immediate medical attention. Patients can buy cheap Januvia or good quality generic Januvia from our online pharmacy.