What is hypoglycemia?
Hypoglycemia is the term used to describe the condition caused by abnormally low blood sugar levels. While it can have a wide variety of causes, persons taking Tequin® are at greater risk than the general population. Untreated, severe symptoms may develop from hypoglycemia. If you are taking Tequin®, medical attention should be sought immediately if you experience:
- Loss of consciousness
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