Actos or Metformin
Actos and Metformin are both used to treat Type 2 diabetes. They lower blood sugar and reduce the amount of glucose the liver releases by increasing cell insulin sensitivity. Despite the two medications doing the same thing, you have to take a medication response test to know which one is better for your body. How medication is metabolized by your body depends on whether it’s compatible with your genetics or not. Actos vs Metformin medication response test will help you identify which one will be easily metabolized by your body without any side effects. Your genetic profile influences how your body will respond to a medication and you can’t be sure without taking a medication response genetic test.
Actos vs Metformin Medication Response Test Delivered to Your Doorstep
ClarityX offers the Max Rx medication response test to help you know whether to take Actos or Metformin. When you order the Max Rx test kit, we will ship it to you within 24 hours. After you receive the test kit, you have to activate it online by creating a patient profile on the patient portal. Then perform a simple cheek swab and send us the sample using the prepaid envelope in the kit. When we receive your sample, we will run a complete Actos vs Metformin medication response analysis and post the results on the patient profile you created within 7 to 10 days. When you receive your results, share them with your doctor to know whether you need to take Actos or Metformin medication. Order the ClarityX Actos vs Metformin medication response test kit today to avoid medication trial and error.
Which Are the Serious and Common Side Effects of Actos and Metformin?
The common side effects of Actos include muscle pain, sore throat, tooth problems, and weight gain. Serious side effects of Actos include bone fracture, new/worsening vision problems, urgent need to urinate, reddish-colored urine, and pain while urinating.
Common side effects of Metformin include stomach upset, nausea, metallic taste in the mouth, vomiting, and weakness. Serious side effects of Metformin include hypoglycemia which occurs as a result of a poor diet, excessive alcohol intake, strenuous exercise, and if combined with other diabetes medications, anemia and lactic acidosis.
If either of the medications causes very serious allergic reactions with symptoms such as itching or swelling of the face, throat, or tongue, rash, trouble breathing, or severe dizziness, see a doctor immediately.