Side Effect Of Glynase Mf

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Verwon Says:

Glynase contains the active ingredient Glyburide, it is an oral antidiabetic medication.

Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, flatulence and low blood sugar.

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harish Says:

i am taking glynase mf since last 4years in morningbut i could not control my diet now my blood sugar has gone 195 in fastingafter chaking doctor change glynase mf to glycomate gp1 and increased the dose to two time pl conform wheather i should change glynase mf or not

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harish Says:

HOW MANY TABLET CAN TAKE IN ONE DAY

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Magadi Says:

I am taking glynase mf 1/2 tablet in the morning along with BP medicine 1/2 tablet ATEN AM and 1 Tablet of losar 50 mg.please tell me the side effects

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Uma Says:

I am 60 yrs old and have been a diabetic for the past 12 years. Earlier I was taking glycomet500mg but since the tablet was out in the stool and my sugar level was not in very good control, I was started on with pioglar gf and glynase mf for a few months but still the sugar level was not under good control .earlier the fasting sugar used to fluctuate between 120--140 and recently it has reached 160. After stopping pioglar the level has reached 200 apart from taking 2tabs of glynasemf twice away before meals. I am worried as to what the course of medication should be taken as I am on thyronorm 125mg , ecosprin, levipil500mg twice , matrilineal sr and nebicard. I have had my gallbladder removed in1989 and thyroid surgery for colloid nodule in 1981 . I am on levipil for the past 4 years. Apart from a bit of hypertension and recent diagnosis of vit d deficiency my blood picture is normal . I am very disturbed because of the sugar . Please advice and if u need more details I can furnish it . Would also like to know the doctor who I am referring too ,to be in contact. Thank u ! Awaiting a reply.


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