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Small Oval, Lightly Pink To Biege Pill, On One Side Is The Work Glybur On The Orther Site Is A Simple Mark, So The Pill Can Be Broken In Half
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tuggy Says:
 
I filled a doctor's prescription today and two pill were in the bottle. THe directions say take one in morning one in evening. I have taken one of each and now afraid one was added my mistake. THe prescription was for antibactic for sore infection. What are the oval one and should I call the doctor. The doctor is 48 miles and the drug store is 26 miles.

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Verwon Says:
 
This is a 2.5mg Glyburide tablet, it is an oral antidiabetic medication, it is not an antibiotic/antibacterial.

Unless you have an allergic reaction to them, taking them when you aren't diabetic is not actually harmful, though you may experience some side effects, such as nausea, dizziness and low blood sugar.

If you start to feel dizzy and shaky, it may be the low blood sugar, so you should know the best way to handle it, drink some juice or other other sugary drink and then eat something. This will bring it up fast and the food will help keep it up, until the effects wear off.

However, if you did receive these, instead of an antibiotic, then it was obviously a pharmacy error and you do need to contact them about it.

Learn more:

http:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Glibenclamide/­

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