As a combination medication, Jentadueto contains two diabetes drugs. These medicines work in a variety of ways, such as increasing insulin production and decreasing the amount of glucose (sugar) produced by the liver.
Before starting treatment with Jentadueto, make sure to review the medication's safety information with your healthcare provider. While many people tolerate this product well, it is not appropriate for everyone. For example, you may not be able to use it if you have certain allergies, an alcohol problem, or kidney disease.
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