What Is Use Of Glimer 1 Mg

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jatin somaiya Says:

use of glimer 1 mg for diabetic patient

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David Says:

Glimer (Glimepiride) is used along with diet and exercise, and sometimes with other medications, to treat type 2 diabetes (condition in which the body does not use insulin normally and, therefore, cannot control the amount of sugar in the blood). Glimepiride lowers blood sugar by causing the pancreas to produce insulin (a natural substance that is needed to break down sugar in the body) and helping the body use insulin efficiently. This medication will only help lower blood sugar in people whose bodies produce insulin naturally. Glimepiride is not used to treat type 1 diabetes (condition in which the body does not produce insulin and, therefore, cannot control the amount of sugar in the blood) or diabetic ketoacidosis (a serious condition that may occur if high blood sugar is not treated).

To view more information about this drug, please click on the link below...

NOTE: If you have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, there is scientific evidence that proves a low fat raw vegan diet can in-fact reverse and cure this disease. Definitely worth researching if this is something you have.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

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Rashmi Says:

My daughter aged 15yrs was diagnosd for type-1 diabetes last year and was taking insulit shot twice a day 8-0-8 units but after antigad antibodies test result was negative she is taking glimer 1mg...initially the sugar levels were fine for 2weeks but since 4days its high....ranging from 180 to 279 during day time between 1pm to 5pm... is glimer working?

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Amit Banik Says:

My father had a pacemake surgery some 20 days back.before surgery sugar level was low and he used to take Pioz-15MF. but after surgery sugar level has become high. at the time of discharge doctor had suggested to use Glimer but after the use of 7 days still sugar level is high. Now doctor is suggesting Pioz-MF15. what should i do? pl suggest.
after pacemake surgery, following problems has also been identified (a) COAD with A/E, (b) p/ppi status, (c) hypertension, (d) diabetes, (e) chronic renal failure (ICD:I20-I25)

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Ranjit Says:

I have reduced my use of glimer from 6 mg to 1 mg (0.5 in the morning and 0.5 eve) in just 21 days apart from no longer needing Onglyzya 5mg, 3 tablets of Glycomet 850 mg and two tablets of Glucobay 25 mg.

All gone in 21 days.

Switched to a low fat vegan diet on 1st Sept with only raw vegan ( sprouts) till 12 noon and veg and fruit smoothies first thing in the morning. My weight reduced from 99 kgs to 95 in these 21 days. Still overweight by 13 kgs and if I lose 13 KGs, I will then be on a 25 BMI. (right now on 29).

The vegan diet idea was introduced to me by Dr Pramod tripathi, a remarkable doctor and human being in Pune.

I read your post David where you talk of "raw" vegan diet as a cure for diabetes. Is "raw" the answer? Are there any links of research that you may have? Grateful if you could share.

Ranjit J.

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I am 60 year old women suffering from diabetes 2 ,my doctor has prescribed me glyciphage sr500 and glimer1. I just want to know the wheather i should take this before or after the lunch or breakfast.

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mike rana Says:

30 minutes before breakfast

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s k chadha Says:

sir i take glimer 1 mg BD , i take morning before 15 min breakfast, and night before dinner it a right way of taking medicine.

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minu Says:

MY MOM IS DIBETIC 2 PAIENT , use for indulin 2 time 36 /38 , tablet is , glimer1 , metaformin, depllat,atovast, but 1week he is very weakness ,what about problem , any doses are many ,or any tablet which is given to this weakness condition ,doctor suggested that sugar is under control ,pls suggest that

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Sumavijayan Says:
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Thanks to detail information about glimer2 tablet.

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