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amaryl 2 mg in Diabetes

HI my age is 31 years . Recently I identified my blood suger levels are high.I am using amaryl 2 mg. now sugar levels are normal .Now i should continue same dosage or can i decrease the dosage ,presently i am taking 2 mg two times a day. Can u pls suggest.

Asked On : Thu, 21 Jan 2010
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Please get your blood sugar done. If it within normal range, then you need not change the dose.
Answered: Sun, 27 Mar 2011
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i have blood presure 130/100 please give the details to normal blood presure i am working software company i didt take any tablets i am trying to control food and exercie

Answered: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

The sugar levels are normal because you are taking the right medications. That is fine enough. But should not be stopped. Depending on further readings, decision can be made whether to decrease the dosage.

Answered: Thu, 21 Jan 2010
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