Glyburide/metformin 5/500 Tablets

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Eugene Reed Says:


I take 2 tablets in the morning at breakfast and 2 tablets at dinner time. I was advised recently to test my sugar 2 hours after each meal for beakfast, lunch and dinner. They said it should be under 140. I can not get under 141 after breakfast, it is usually around 220. Two hours after lunch it is usually below 140, even though i do not take any tablets at lunch. I have tried taking the tablets 1 hour before i eat breakfast and the results are closer to 140. The only time i show bad results is at breakfast. Can you explain whe i should take the tablets? Thank you.



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Lew De Risi Says:

white oval pill with 600 on 1 side and Adams on the other.

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Verwon Says:

It is rude to hijack someone elses thread, next time please create your own post, in the CORRECT forum for a pill ID.

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This is Mucinex DM Extended Release, an OTC med for congestion.

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Janelle Says:

I have heard that it takes an hour or two for the med to actually start working so that maybe why your after lunch numbers are better then your after breakfast. I also read they are only good for about 6 hours.

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Mary Wright Says:

Recently I switched my prescription over to WalMart for GLYBURIDE/METFORMIN and I questioned it when it said its a generic for the generic. I feel like my sugars are higher now and feel more tired. Is this possible to have a generic for a generic?

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Gigala dil fereb Says:
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I take 1tab.after breakfast and 1 tab after diner,morning time result 200 after diner 300

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