Telma 40 With Whiskey

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I am using Telm 40 one tablet at night time. Is it creates any problem using whisky/ or brandy (one peg) at night time 2 hour before medicine.

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S. Shivakumar Says:

usage of telma 40

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satish gunjale Says:

no problem u can safely take it. however it is advisable to have a wine

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SP Says:

Telma 40 tablet is taken for what?

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Ratan Says:

I take one Telma 40 every morning and have three pegs at night. Is it ok?

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Navanit Says:

What is the difference between metlong and glyconet for controlling suger? One of the doctor prscribed Metlong to take once in the evening and another says Glyconet 500 two times a day is better. The sugar level is Fasting 126 and pp 341.

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ravi Says:

am using Telm 20mg one tablet at night time. Is it creates any problem if i smoke sometimes at night time before medicine.

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amit bhat Says:

What is "am" in Telma AM and how does it help in treating high blood pressure?

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Mohit Says:
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10 saal se 6 ya 8 peg le rha hu sath me Telma.

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