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Rs 320.00


7 tablet(s)/Unit

Pack Size : 2x7's tablet

Rs.320 Total

Diampa-M 5mg/1000mg tablet

Diampa-M 5mg/1000mg tablet is composed of

Empagliflozin (5mg)
Metformin (1000mg)

Primarily used for

Type 2 diabetes

Belongs to the category

Hypoglycaemic excluding Insulin


It should be used with caution in people with moderate kidney impairment, volume depletion
(decreased blood volume), pyelonephritis (kidney inflammation), urosepsis (infection in the urinary
tract), cardiovascular disorders, tension history, glycosuria (glucose excretion in the urine), and in those
with the risk of diabetic ketoacidosis (a condition where the body utilizes fat more than required).

Assess risk factors for lactic acidosis (buildup of lactate causing acidic pH of blood stream). Discontinue immediately if metabolic acidosis (overproduction of acid in the body) is suspected. Monitor renal (kidney) function at least annually. Discontinue the medicine for 48 hours before and after the elective surgery. 

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usesUses of Empagliflozin

It is used in conditions when type 2 diabetes is inadequately controlled by diet, exercise, or any
hypoglycemic medicines (anti-diabetic drugs).

side-effectsSide effects of Empagliflozin

Its side effects are genital infections, UTI (urinary tract infections), frequent urination and pruritis (itchy skin).

pillsWhen not to use Empagliflozin

It should not be used in people with diabetic ketoacidosis (a condition where the body utilizes fat more
than required), severe liver and kidney disorders, and in elderly people.

usesUses of Metformin

This medicine is indicated in maturity onset diabetes either alone or with sulphonylureas. It is also used as adjuvant therapy in insulin dependent diabetes, particularly in obese patients.

side-effectsSide effects of Metformin

GI upset, taste disturbance, abnormal liver function tests, hepatitis (inflammatory condition of liver), skin reactions, reduced B12 absorption are some of its side effects. Rarely it may cause lactic acidosis (buildup of lactate causing acidic pH of blood stream).

pillsWhen not to use Metformin

This medicine is contraindicated in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis (life threatening condition in which liver breaks down fats into ketones for energy) or precoma (a state of near unconsciousness), renal (kidney) or hepatic (liver) impairment, acute conditions predisposing to renal impairment, cardiac or respiratory failure, recent myocardial infarction (heart attack), alcoholism and in patients with administration of iodinated contrast materials.

food-pillsHow to take Metformin

This medicine should be taken with food.

pills Expert Advice for Empagliflozin

Take this medicine with meals.

Keep away from children.

Keep away from sunlight.

pills Expert Advice for Metformin

Avoid this medication if:

  • You are allergic to this medicine or its contents 

Consult your doctor if:

  • You are pregnant, planning to have a child, or breastfeeding.
  • If you are avoiding unwanted pregnancy, so that your doctor may suggest a suitable form of birth control. Due to Metformin's effects on ovulation and pregnancy.
  • You have any sort of digestive problems after taking this medicine: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.
  • You have a medical history of: Liver diseases, kidney diseases, congestive heart failure, or lung disease.
  • If you are about to undergo any medical or surgical treatment. 
  • If you are about to undergo any CT scan, or X-ray, as it may interact with the dyes used in some pf these procedures.
  • If you have a B12 deficiency, are anemic, or are developing symptoms of anemia, Such as: lethargy, aches and pains,  or a pale appearance to the skin. 

Be careful about:

  • Having your meals on time to maintain blood sugar levels.
  • Taking the medicine timely, in the way that your physician has prescribed (with food), this will help avoid digestive disturbances.
  • Alcohol consumption.
  • Avoiding dehydration in any form.

Q: What family of drugs does this medicine belong to?
Q: Does this medicine contain hormones, or insulin?
Q: Can this drug be used with thyroid medications, and steroids?
Q: What is lactic acidosis and does this medication cause it?
Q: How long should I use this medication for?
Q: Can this medicine cause low blood sugar?
Q: What do I do if I miss a dose?
Q: What will happen if I skip a meal?
Q: Will this medicine make me loose or gain weight?
Q: Can this medication cause any Vitamin deficiency or anemia?
Q: Is it safe to use in patients with liver disease?


  • pregnant



    This medicine is contraindicated in pregnant females.


    This medicine is safe to use in pregnant females. No evidence of risk found. 

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    Breast Feeding


    This medicine is contraindicated or not recommended in lactating females.


    This medicine is contraindicated in lactating females.

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