Glimepiride 2mg Tab

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Verwon Says:

Glimepiride is an antidiabetic drug, used to help lower and control blood sugar levels.

Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, low blood sugar and dry mouth.

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Jane Backes Says:

Yes I been takeing Glimepride tab 2mg one four times A day.
I got my medician filled mail order they sent tab 4 mg.. Says take one a day They are the same color and shape as the 2 mg. this does not seem rightto me

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Balu Says:

One doctor advised to take "Glycomet-GP2" (containing - Metformin Hydrochloride IP 500mg (Sustained Release) and Glimepiride IP 2mg). And, another suggested to take two tablets (a) "MEDFORMIN 500" (containing - metformin hydrochloride IP 500mg) and "DiaGLI-2" (containing Glimepiride IP 2mg). Is there any difference; especially "sustained release".

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