Glyburide For Diabetes

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Oscar Says:

I have been using Glyburide 5mg since December of 2004. Three months ago in April of 2005 I have been noticing some muscle pain and fatigue has anyone notice this from this drug? I also use Gemfibrozil in conjunction with Glyburide.

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Yes, Glyburide is used to help lower, and control blood sugar levels. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, and hypoglycemia. It could cause such symptoms, if your blood sugar is dropping too low.

How often do you check your level?

How long have you been taking the Gemfibrozil? It is used to help lower cholesterol, and it is better known for causing muscle pain, fatigue, and weakness as side effects.

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