This question was answered on Sat 23, Apr 2011 12:39pm by Dr Anitha Paderla

information on Inj. exapride

    
Asked by k k agrawal (Female; 40; Thyroid since last 20 years, diabetes since last 6 months; Relevant drugs:eltroxin 100 mg ) on Fri 22, Apr 2011 11:31am

Pl. inform whether Inj. Exapride is beneficial to reduce blood sugar & overweight both

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Answer by Dr Anitha Paderla  on Sat 23, Apr 2011 12:39pm:

Hi, Inj. Exapride has been approved by the FDA for controlling blood sugar levels in Diabetes Mellitus. The medication is also likely to cause loss of appetite and hence weight loss. But ensure to use this medication under the guidance of a specialist. For more information visit this web site: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/23621.php. Warm Regards.

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Comment by dr shoeb on Fri 15, Mar 2013 11:01am:
is inj exapride causes hyponatremia?

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