What should I do in case of a glipizide-metformin overdose?

In case of a glipizide-metformin overdose, you should call your local poison control center right away and seek immediate medical help. Overdoses are very serious and should be treated as soon as possible. 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 or insomnia, speech impediments, sweating, tremors, blurred vision and coma.

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