Azulix Tablet Used For What

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azulix 1 mf Tablet
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when to take Azulix 1 mf tablet ? is it before meal or after meal and how many times in a day ? Kindly suggest. My fasting blood sugar is 260 and after meal sugar level is 287 . Age : 61 yrs. Gender : male ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Apr 22 '14, 11:57 PM
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Doctor has suggested azulix 1mg one tab in the morning after breakfast. Want to know the reason for this suggestion. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sun, Jan 01 '12, 4:14 AM
Azulix 1
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my hba1c result was 6.9 and i was given azulix for 30 days.if ilower my sugar level in 30 days do i still have to continue with maintenance or a modification of lifestyle is enough?thanks :-) ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Wed, Apr 17 '13, 10:11 AM
azulix 2 mf
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When to take Azulix 2 MF tablet ? Is it before meal or after meal? Yaji ## when to take Azulix 2MF tablet? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Fri, Aug 15 '14, 4:24 AM
Azulix 1 MF prescribed before lunch
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Azulix 1mf prescribed before lunch & dinner. In case I forget can I take it during or after meals? ## Hello, Keshav! How are you? Azulix-MF contains the active ingredients Glimepiride and Metformin, it's an oral antidiabetic medication that's used to help lower and control blood sugar. Learn more Metformin details here. Learn more Glimepiride details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia. And you really need to be taking it before your meals, so it would be best if you could figure out some way to remind yourself to take them as prescribed. Could you leave yourself a note to do so? ## Hello Doctor, Good After noon and thanks for your advise. Want to mention that after taking the azulix mf 1 before breakfast my head starts... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Glimepiride.
Mon, Jun 20 '16, 1:50 AM
Cheaper Alternative to PPG met-2 and Azulix-2
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I have been prescribed PPG met-2 and Azulix-2, but I cant afford my medication. Please suggest alternate cheaper brands. ...
Updated 3 months ago in Metformin.
Tue, Jul 25 '17, 6:59 AM
My BG levels spike with Azulix 2mf without any reason
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Am diabetic and taking the pills. My blood glucose was well in control 121 fbs and A1C 5.2. I started going to gym recently and my BG shoots to fbs 188. I take Azulix 2 mf every morning. Why does my BG shoot? ## Hello, Soman! How are you doing? Has anything else changed? Have you changed the type of foods you're eating? Have you changed when you're eating? How long have you been on this dose of the Azulix? Learn more Azulix details here. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Glimepiride.
Fri, Nov 29 '13, 5:40 PM
Olmesar A 40 Side Effect
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Please let me know side effects of Olmesar A tablet which is prescribed by doctor to me for High Blood pressure treatement. ## Olmesar-A contains the active ingredients Olmesartan and Amlodipine, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and dehydration. Learn more Olmesartan details here. Learn more Amlodipine details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I take olmesar A (40 ) as prescribed by doctor for b.p. I also take for sugar azulix (1 ) MFi have a dizzy feeling i after 1 hour of taking the medicine till evening . Should I change the drug and tell my doctor to change ...
Updated 1 year ago in Olmesartan.
Fri, Feb 19 '16, 10:06 PM
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My sugar levels are Fasting 140 & PP 220 How can I control my sugar level? ## I am 37 years old, type 2 diabetes patient for past Eight years. My sugar level has been controlled by the medicine Gemer-2 ( glimepiride 2mg and metformin 500mg ). I weigh 61 kg and I am 5 feet and 4 inches.Last 5 years i am using Azulix 1 mg.I have been adviced to take Gemer2 .i worried about HCL intake in which I have CBS and Acidity.explain how it is intake of HCl composition.suggest me incase any best possiblity. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Glimepiride.
Mon, Nov 07 '11, 6:19 AM

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