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Azulix Forte (Glimepride + Metformin)
Select Ref Description Manufacturer Pack Size Strength Our Price
P1228 Azulix Forte (Glimepride + Metformin) Torrent 10 tabs 1 mg+1000 mg $ 5.30
P1229 Azulix Forte (Glimepride + Metformin) Torrent 10 tabs 2 mg+1000 mg $ 5.99
J31 Amaryl (Glimepride) Generic 10 tabs 2 mg $ 3.58
P1222 Amaryl (Glimepride) Sanofi-Aventis 15 tabs 1 mg $ 6.97
P1223 Amaryl (Glimepride) Sanofi-Aventis 15 tabs 2 mg $ 8.64
P1224 Amaryl (Glimepride) Sanofi-Aventis 15 tabs 3 mg $ 13.99
P1226 Amaryl M 1 mg (Glimepride+Metformin) Sanofi-Aventis 10 tabs 1 mg+500 mg $ 5.45
P1227 Amaryl M 2 mg (Glemepride+Metformin) Sanofi-Aventis 10 tabs 2 mg+500 mg $ 8.91
J443 Metformin Generic 10 tabs 850 mg $ 1.82
J485 Metformin Generic 10 tabs 500 mg $ 2.10
J153 Glucophage (Metformin Hcl) Generic 10 tabs 500 mg $ 1.61
J154 Glucophage (Metformin Hcl) Generic 10 tabs 850 mg $ 3.29
J155 Glucophage (Metformin Hcl) Generic 10 tabs 1000 mg $ 3.54
J421 Glyburide/ Metformin Generic 10 tabs 5/500 mg $ 2.59
P1232 Glyciphage (Metformin) Franco Indian 10 tabs 250 mg $ 1.16
P1233 Glyciphage (Metformin) Franco Indian 10 tabs 500 mg $ 2.80
P1234 Glyciphage (Metformin) Franco Indian 10 tabs 850 mg $ 1.68
P1263 Janumet (Sitagliptin + Metformin) MSD 14 tabs 50 mg+500 mg $ 27.05
P1264 Janumet (Sitagliptin + Metformin) MSD 14 tabs 50 mg+1000 mg $ 27.05
P1238 Pioglit 15MF (Pioglitazone + Metformin) Sun Pharma 10 tabs 15 mg+500 mg $ 5.35
P1239 Pioglit 30MF (Pioglitazone + Metformin) Sun Pharma 10 tabs 30 mg+500 mg $ 7.51
P1237 Pioglit 7.5 MF (Pioglitazone + Metformin) Sun Pharma 10 tabs 7.5 mg+500 mg $ 3.91
Out Of Stock P1242 Rezult M (Rosiglitazone + Metformin) Sun Pharma 10 tabs 2 mg+500 mg $ 4.20
Out Of Stock P1243 Rezult M 4 (Rosiglitazone + Metformin) Sun Pharma 10 tabs 4 mg+500 mg $ 5.08
P1231 Carbophage 1000 SR (Metformin) Merck 10 tabs 1000 mg $ 3.91
P1230 Carbophage 500SR (Metformin) Merck 10 tabs 500 mg $ 3.00
Price is per pack & not per tab.. eg: if pack size is 10 tabs & price is $2.75 then for 100 tabs the price would be $27.50

About glimepiride


Insulin is made naturally in the pancreas and regulates the amount of sugar in the blood. If the body does not make enough insulin to meet its needs, or does not properly use the insulin it makes, this results in a condition called diabetes mellitus (sugar diabetes). Glimepiride works by increasing the amount of insulin that the pancreas releases. It also encourages the use of sugar in the blood by the cells in the body which need it..

Before taking glimepiride


Before taking glimepiride make sure your doctor or pharmacist knows:

If you are pregnant, trying for a baby or breast-feeding
If you suffer from kidney or liver problems
If you suffer from porphyria (a blood disorder) or other blood disorders
If you have ever suffered from thyroid problems
If you are an insulin dependent diabetic
If you are due to have an operation
If you have an infection
If you have been told by your doctor that you have 'ketoacidosis'
If you are taking any other medicines
If you have ever had an allergic reaction to glimepiride, any ingredients in the tablets, another sulphonylurea (oral antidiabetic) or a sulphonamide (antibiotic)


How to take glimepiride


Take glimepiride exactly as directed by your doctor

Try to take glimepiride at the same times each day to avoid missing any doses

Take glimepiride with or immediately before your first main meal, or as directed by your doctor or diabetic nurse

If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember (with food) and continue taking it at the usual time. If it is nearly time for your next dose, leave out the missed dose; never take two doses at the same time to make up. If in doubt speak to your pharmacist or doctor.

Getting the most from your treatment


It is important that you follow any dietary instructions that you have been given by your doctor or diabetic nurse

If you miss a meal you have an increased risk of hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar levels), see below

Your doctor may recommend that you test for sugar in the blood or urine regularly to check your diabetes is being well controlled

Avoid drinking large amounts of alcohol or drinking alcohol on an empty stomach as alcohol may cause low blood sugar and affects the control of your condition

Check with your doctor before taking up any physical exercise, as this can have a long lasting effect on your blood sugar levels

Before having any kind of medical treatment, including dental or emergency treatment, tell the doctor, surgeon, dentist or other medical professional that you are taking glimepiride

You must keep your regular appointments with your doctor or diabetic nurse because your doctor may want to adjust the dose of glimepiride you are taking

Do not stop taking this medicine without speaking to your doctor or diabetic nurse first

Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)

Hypoglycaemia is likely to occur if you miss a meal, if you exercise more than usual, if you cannot eat because of sickness or if you drink a lot of alcohol. Symptoms include feeling anxious, cold sweats, confusion, headache, feeling sick, being sick, nervousness, palpitations (being aware of your heartbeat), shaking, unusual tiredness or weakness and visual problems. You should eat something containing sugar such as glucose tablets, biscuits or a sugary drink (not diet) and follow this up with a starchy snack, such as a sandwich to raise your blood sugar. Check with your doctor or diabetic nurse straight away, because you may get further attacks over the next few days

The dose of your tablets may need to be altered.

Severe symptoms of hypoglycaemia such as convulsions and unconsciousness require immediate medical attention. Drivers should take special care on long journeys. If hypoglycaemia occurs, you should wait at least fifteen minutes before continuing on your journey. Driving is not permitted when you are unable to recognise the warning signs of a hypoglycaemic attack.

Hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar)

Symptoms usually appear more slowly then those of low blood sugar and may occur if you over eat, if you miss a dose of your medicine, if you do not follow a proper diet or if you have a fever or infection.

Symptoms include drowsiness, flushed face, fruity smell on breath, increased urination (passing water), loss of appetite or unusual thirst. Severe symptoms may include rapid pulse and heavy breathing.

If you experience any of the symptoms mentioned check with your doctor or diabetic nurse immediately

Can glimepiride cause problems?


Along with their useful effects all medicines can cause unwanted side effects, which usually improve as your body adjusts to the new medicine. Speak with your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following side effects continue or become troublesome or if you experience any other worrying symptoms, which you think may be due to this medicine..

Side-effects What can I do if I experience this


Nausea (feeling sick)

Vomiting (being sick)

Diarrhoea

Constipation

Tummy pain, weight gain

At the start of treatment you may experience blurred vision or drowsiness for a short time Do not drive or operate machinery.

What can I do if I experience this

Nausea (feeling sick) - Eat little and often. Stick to simple foods such as dry toast.

Vomiting (being sick) - Drink plenty of liquid. Stick to simple foods such as dry toast.

Diarrhoea - Drink plenty of water to replace lost fluids.

Constipation - Try to eat a well balanced diet containing plenty of fibre and drink 6 - 8 glasses of water each day.

Tummy pain, weight gain - Speak to your doctor or pharmacist if this continues or becomes troublesome.

At the start of treatment you may experience blurred vision or drowsiness for a short time Do not drive or operate machinery.


Important: Sometimes glimepiride can cause the blood sugar level to drop too low. You may experience problems concentrating, drowsiness and altered consciousness. If this happens you should eat something containing sugar such as glucose tablets, biscuits or a sugary drink (not diet). You should then consult your doctor or diabetic nurse straight away. Convulsions (fits) or unconsciousness require immediate medical attention.

Important: If you experience a skin rash, itching, fever (high temperature), jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes), joint pain, swelling of the tongue, throat or face, or difficulty breathing or swallowing, stop taking glimepiride and go to the hospital immediately.

Important: Tell your doctor if you suffer from infections with a sore throat or mouth ulcers, if you bruise more easily whilst taking this medicine or if you look pale.

How to store glimepiride


Keep all medicines out of the reach of children

Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat and light

Metformin

Reduces the amount of glucose released from the liver and increases the amount taken up and used by the rest of the body. The drug also reduces the level of fats in blood and helps people stabilize or reduce their weight.

Many people with Type 2 diabetes will require combination treatment to achieve a much-improved glycemic control.

Type 2 is a complex disease and one may get significantly better therapeutic effects by targeting different systems: a glimepiride to help the pancreas while metformin to work on the liver.

Combining drugs can give patients lower doses, fewer side effects, and better glycemic control.

Note that some people have developed a life-threatening condition called lactic acidosis while taking metformin. Get emergency medical help if you have any of these symptoms of lactic acidosis:

Weakness
Increasing sleepiness
Slow heart rate
Cold feeling
Muscle pain
Shortness of breath
Stomach pain
Feeling light-headed
Fainting.

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