Glyburide

What is Glyburide?

Oral anti-diabetic drug belonging to Sulphonyl urea class used in the treatment of Diabetes type 2, that potentiate the release of insulin from Pancreas.

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I was taking glyburide 1,25 and metformin 250 in one pill one time per day. Another doctor, previous retired, has now put me on metformin 500...

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People suffering from diabetes type 2 basically two problems.
One is less insulin production and other is insulin resistance.
An ideal anti...

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My 84 yr old father takes glyburide 5 mg twice a day and metformin 500mg twice a day and his blood sugar is low in the am, around 90 to 100. Dr....

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-blood sugars in the range of 90-100 doesn't warrant change of drugs. if blood sugar goes below normal then treatment modification should be...

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My 89 Father has Vascular dementia and type 2 Diabetes . He has taken glyburide for years to control blood sugar . But within the last 6 to 8...

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People with Dementia & other intracranial insults like a Stroke show significant alteration in their sensorium in response to fever,...

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