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Glucored Forte tabs

gliclamide, metaformin hydroichloride ## Glucored Forte actually contains Glyburide and Metformin, this is a medication used by Diabetics to help control blood sugar levels. ## i want toKnow about glucoredfort ## Diabetic patient since more than 20 years. Per day I am using 4 - 6 tabs Glucored forte 5 + 500mg plus 2 - 4 tabs Poliglitazole 30mg. It is difficult for me to maintain this in a permanent way. Are there any alternatives on drugs with even better treatment ? Theodor. ## I am based in the US and am using Glucored forte tabs which I bought in India. Since i am running out of them, would like to know if anyone knows how I can get them in the US (are they sold over the counter under the same name?) ## I have been using Glucored fort since last 3 yrs is there any side effect if I co...

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white pill cor124

WHITE ROUND PILL MARKS COR OVER 124 ## HAVE A SMALL ROUND WHITE PILL WITH THE LETTER M AND THE NUBERS 124 ## Corepharma lists the tablet with COR over 124 as being pale yellow and containing 2.5mgs of Glyburide, which is most commonly used to treat diabetes, by helping to lower blood sugar. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, diarrhea, and hypoglycemia. The tablet the M 124 marking is manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals, and they list it as containing 40mgs of Olmesartan, which is most commonly used to help lower blood pressure, and to treat certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help...

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Glucored Forte Benefits And Side Effects

What are the benefits and side effects of Glucored Forte? ## Glucored Forte actually contains Glyburide + Metformin. This combination is used in the treatment of type II diabetes, to help control blood sugar levels. As a possible side effect this drug is a major cause of drug induced hypoglycemia, and also may cause cholestasis as a major side effect. The safety of this combination has been questioned. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I had been taking Glucored forte 75 twice a day. for the last 6 months. Recently I found that My legs started swelling and weight also increased and Tummy size also increased. Dr. has changed now to Glucored forte with Vol...

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oblong blue pill i 37

What r they? Is for pain. Is it a narcotic ## Hello, Ray! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Heritage Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 5mgs of Glyburide, which is used to treat diabetes by helping to lower and control blood sugar levels. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, flatulence and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with?

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picture of glyburide metformin 2 5 500

need to see picture of glyburide/metformin .5/00 believe i may have received the wrong pills they look different than last ones ## Hello, Lynn! How are you? Can you please post back with the markings on them, as well as their shape and color? Since this is a generic medication, it is manufactured by several companies and each has different markings and may also look different. This is very common with generic medications, because it creates market competition and helps keep prices down. However, I can't possibly list them all or post pictures of all them for you. The FDA classifies this medication as being an oral antidiabetic agent and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizzies, flatulence, bloating and hypoglycemia. Can you post back with these additional detail...

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m 344 on 1 side says M on top and 344 under it.otherside number 5

Its light blue in color..My boyfriend took the label off it..So don't know what it is..Please help ??? He is a type 2 Diabetic... ## Hello, Lisa! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 5mgs of Glyburide, which is used to treat diabetes by helping to lower and control blood sugar levels. Typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Question about Glyburide 5mg

Hello. I am taking metformin Er 2000mg daily. Doc just prescribed glyburide 5mg once daily, additionally. The side effects for this one little 5mg green pill are just awful! I shake, get weak (low blood sugar), sweat, heart palpitations etc. Although I take it with food, I have very slow digestion so it can take up to 3-4 hours to hit me. I end up eating a sweet something to help the side effects. Which is ridiculous! My question is: how can a 5mg pill affect me so harshly? Eating sugar to counteract it is defeating the point! My average blood sugar is over 200. I am cutting out sugar, eating more protein , taking my meds. Metformin Er gives me no problems, but the normal metformin upset my tummy. ## Hello, Sharon! How are you feeling? I'm sorry about the problem that you've bee...

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small round light green pill n344

Small round pill. Light green one side has 5 other side n 344. What is it ## Hello, Nani! How are you? This tablet contains 5mgs of Glyburide, which is an oral antidiabetic medication that's used to help lower and control blood sugar levels. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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I would like to know what is the fastest way to low down youe A1C levels

I am takiung """""""""""Glyburide-Metforming 5-5 and Januvia 100mg for my diabetes ## Hello, Juan! How are you? The A1C is basically an average that shows how your blood sugar has been doing over a certain period of time. There's no way to just suddenly lower it and make your sugar levels look as if they've been doing well. You'll need to take your medications, as prescribed and make sure to eat a health, low sugar/low fat diet, while also getting lots of exercise, so it starts to go down to normal levels. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Glyburide.

I'm out of my metformin which I'm taking 1000 per day all have is 5mg glyburide which I take twice a day how long can I take it ## Hello, Darrell! How are you? How did you end up running out? When it's a life sustaining medication, such as Metformin, you can pick it up a few days early. For these ones you don't have to wait until you are out or the exact day it is due. Have you called your doctor? Rather than switching, it would be best to have them phone you in a new prescription for your current medication.

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white round pill imprint 31 a

A on one side 31 on other is it glyburide? ## Hello, James! How are you? Yes, there is a 5mg Glyburide tablet with that marking, it is used to treat diabetes. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, flatulence and low blood sugar. Is there anything else I can help with?

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GLYB/METFORM 5/500

Round-Yellow Inprinted COT 142 ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill marked COR 142 to be Glyburide + Metformin (5 mg - 500 mg). Glyburide + Metformin is used in the treatment of type II diabetes. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## was on medication for type 2 diabetes lost job finally got a new one no insurance need medication glyb/metform perscription was for 5/500 two in morning 1 in evening and clonidine 0.1 mg twice a day one in morning and one in evening. Need medication ## Good afternoon. I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about a year ago. Im a 51 yr old black male, in pretty good shape ( 6'0/235lbs ) exercise twice a week....

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Triglucored Forte

Tablets regarding to Dibetics ## There are only certain details available to me about this drug because it is not available in the U.S. From what I have found, Triglucored Forte contains the active ingredients Glibenclamide (Glyburide) + Metformin HCl + Rosiglitazone Maleate, used in treating Type 2 Diabetes - this combination of active ingredients is also not available in the US under any brands either. I also found a clinical study outlining this combination of ingredients used as a treatment: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ## I need to find out more details re: TRIGLUCORED FORTE. 1. What are it's side effects? E.g. does it cause gastric problems? Does it cause bloating of stomach / abdominal?, etc 2. What should be the normal ...

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light blue round Pill Gg score 240 on front, nothing on back

Found these pills and I can't find out what kind of pill it is...anyone??? ## Based on the description provided, I found your light blue pill to be Glyburide (5 mg); used in the treatment of type II diabetes. Manufacturer: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Glyburide Details I hope this helps!

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thin round blue pill

i have a small thin blue pill , scored with 40 written on underside of score, could someone please help identify this? ## Hi Jeff, The closest match I can find based on the description provided is: Glyburide micronized (5 mg); which is in the drug class "Sulfonylureas" and is used in the treatment of type II diabetes. It is a small, round, blue pill with the imprint GG over 240 with a score in between. My guess is that the other imprints might have been smudged off at some point; leaving just a 40 below the score. Could that be a possibility? Manufacturer: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Glyburide Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## well its in good enough shape to...

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Ldi white rectangular pill from Tijuana marked LDI n dad

White rectangular pill with marking of LDI followed by upside down LDI ## Not sure if this is the same thing. But someone else has a white oblong tablet imprinted "LDI Hoechst" that is glyburide 5mg - a diabetes medication. It is made by Hoechst-Marion in Mexico. Other people here on the site have also mentioned that this particular white oblong pill marked "LDI" was supposed to be Xanax when they ordered it in mexico, but may have gotten scammed. You can read more on this in the discussion thread linked below: Discuss/white-oblong-pill-scored-with-LDI-stamped-210251_s2.htm I hope this info helps!

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Small, pink, oblong, scored tablet inscribed with I 36 on one side.

What is this pill? It arrived in a bottle of glyburide 5 mg. I think it is a stowaway from the mail-order pharmacy, As above: small, scored, pink pill, oblong in shape, inscribed with I 36 on one side. ## My guess is that it was an error, the tablet in question contains 2.5mgs of Glyburide. They were probably working to fill several orders of the same medication and one in a different dosage accidentally ended up in the wrong packaging. In case you're new to taking it, you can discover more Glyburide details here. You should report it to them, that way they can be more careful in the future. Since this is the same medication, it isn't necessarily a dangerous mix up, though someone may have some problems since it isn't the proper dosage, but if this happened with the wrong me...

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low blood sugar

confusion can"t control leg movement Takes 2 Glyburide daily can"t understand no self control ## I'm sorry, but I am not really clear what the problem is that you're asking about. Can you please post back and be more detailed? Is the person suffering low blood sugar and leg spasms? Learn more Glyburide details here.

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Light Blue Oblong Pill I 37 green specs

very small /scored on one side (found in bottle for glybiuride 5 MG) ## It is also a 5mg Glyburide tablet, it is likely that the pharmacy may have been short a pill when they filled the prescription, so one from a different manufacturer was used to provide you with the full amount of tablets. Learn more Glyburide details here. It's very commonly done and they probably just forgot to let you know about it, though most will try to do so as a courtesy. Are there any other questions?

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Glyburide Metformin 2 5 500mg Aurob

glyburide-metformin 2.5 500mg ACTAV glyburide-metformin 2.5 500mg AUROB Is there a difference in meds? ## No, they are the same medications, they have only been manufactured by different pharmaceutical companies, for instance the ACTAV is an abbreviation for Actavis. Learn more Glyburide details here. Learn more Metformin details here. Have you had problems with one of them? ## I was able to find the answer. The letters in question were to identify the maker of the drug.

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