Glycomet Gp 1 Advantage Over Glynase Mf

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Amrendra Prasad Singh Says:


I was taking glynase MF since last 5 years in morning but I couldn't control my diet. Now my blood sugar has gone up to 275mg/dl after meal and 195mg/dl and after checking doctor has changed Glynase MF to Glycomet GP1 and increased dose to two times. Please confirm whether I should change Glynase MF or not ?



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scs Says:

Please tell me the diff between Gynase-2mg and Glynase Forte -2mg

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Verwon Says:

It is always best to follow your doctor's instructions for your own health, and the best outcome of your health issue.

The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, stomach pain, and flatulence.

The tablets with the forte name are usually time released medications, but I cannot confirm this.

Can anyone else that's taken it chime in with their knowledge? Thank you!

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Sudhanshu Says:

glycomet gp 2 and glynase mf 5, which is better to reduce blood sugar

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