What Is The Difference Between Metformin Hcl Er And Meformin

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what is the difference between Metformin Hcl Er and Metformin Hcl



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Verwon Says:

The ER stands for extended release, which means that it has been specially formulated to slowly release over a certain period of time, which can help give some people better blood sugar control. The other is just a regular release formulation.

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Estelle Says:

Can the regular release and ER (extended release) be interchanged?

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What is the difference between metformin tab her and zyd

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Hope Says:
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What is the difference in metformin 500 mg HCL ER and metformin 500 ZYD

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