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What happens if I miss a dose of glipizide-metformin?

If you miss a dose of glipizide-metformin, you should try to take it as soon as possible. If it is almost time to take your next dose, you should only take that dose. You should never take two doses together. Overdoses of glipizide-metformin can cause severe hypoglycemia and symptoms like stomach pain, seizure, weakness, confusion, anxiety, mood swings, cold sweats, decreased appetite, diarrhea, drowsiness, hunger, irregular heartbeat, trouble breathing, muscle pain and cramping, headaches, nightmares, insomnia, speech impediments, sweating, tremors, blurred vision and coma.


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