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Glyburide-Metformin HCL Coupon & Discounts

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Glyburide metformin is actually two medications (glyburide and metformin) combined into a single tablet for use in controlling Type II diabetes. It is available in both brand name and generic forms, with prices ranging from $45 (generic) to about $70 (brand name). Our discount program and coupons, however, can ... Read more

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What is glyburide metformin?

Glyburide and metformin are used in combination for the treatment of Type II diabetes. Each is classified as an oral antihyperglycemic medication but perform different functions. Glyburide forces the pancreas to release more insulin, while metformin helps the cells in the body use sugar more efficiently by reducing sugar absorption and the amount of sugar released by the liver. This medication is always prescribed with an accompanying change in diet and an exercise program.

How do I take glyburide metformin?

Glyburide metformin is an oral medication taken once or twice a day, with meals, according to the instructions of the doctor. Take it with water and exactly as directed.

In addition, your doctor will have designed a diet plan to help with controlling your diabetes; it is important to rigidly adhere to this. You will probably have an exercise regimen to follow, and will also be required to closely monitor your blood glucose levels. Because this medication only controls diabetes, not cure it, you must continue to take glyburide and metformin even if you are feeling well, until otherwise instructed by your physician.

Before taking glyburide metformin, tell your doctor if:

  • You are allergic to glyburide or metformin;
  • You have Type I diabetes;
  • You have heart, liver, or kidney disease;
  • You have a Vitamin B12 deficiency;
  • You are allergic to any additional ingredients found in the medication;
  • You have any allergies;
  • You are taking any medications, especially ACE inhibitors, acetazolamide, anticoagulants, amiloride, diuretics, NSAIDs (non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs, either prescribed or over-the-counter), beta-blockers, calcium channel blockers, digoxin, Tagamet; MAO inhibitors (Marpan, etc.), opioids (morphine, codeine, etc.), and other medications;
  • You are taking any vitamins or supplements;
  • You are taking insulin or other diabetes-related medication;
  • You are undergoing hormone replacement therapy;
  • You are taking birth control pills;
  • You are taking Cinobac, Penetrex or other fluoroquinolone antibiotics;
  • You are taking thyroid medications;
  • You, or a family member, has (or had) glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD);
  • You have, or have had, hormone or glandular disorders;
  • You are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are nursing; if you become pregnant while taking this medication, call your doctor.

This list is by no means exhaustive, and you should inform your doctor of all medications you are taking or conditions that you have.

What are the possible side effects of taking glyburide metformin?

Several side effects have been reported by those taking glyburide metformin. Less severe side effects include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, vomiting, or diarrhea. Call you physician if these symptoms persist or become severe.

Call your physician immediately if you experience any of the following: fever, sore throat, rash, yellowing of the skin or eyes, chest pain, changes in urine color (especially if it darkens); changes in stool color (especially becoming lighter); unusual bruising or bleeding; pain in the upper right quadrant of the stomach; or signs of an allergic reaction (swelling of the mouth, lips, throat, or tongue, or difficulty breathing.

If you exhibit signs of lactic acidosis, seek emergency help immediately.

You must also be aware of your blood sugar levels, know the signs of high or low levels, and report them to your doctor.

What if I forget to take a dose of glyburide metformin?

Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, take the missed dose of glyburide metformin as soon as you remember and are able. However, if the time is near for the next scheduled dose, skip the missed one, and resume the normal dosing routine. Do not take a multiple doses of this medication to make up for a missed one. It is highly recommended you discuss with your physician the exact procedure in the event a dose is missed.

 

How do I store glyburide metformin?

Keep glyburide metformin tightly sealed in its original container and out of the reach of children. Protect it against extremes of temperature and humidity and dispose of unused or expired doses according to the recommendations of your pharmacist.

What happens if I overdose on glyburide metformin?

If you suspect an overdose of the glyburide and metformin medication, contact Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222. If the individual exhibits any of the following call Emergency Services at 911: arrhythmia, loss of appetite, breathing difficulties or changes to breathing patterns, dizziness or lightheadedness, extreme tiredness or weakness, loss of consciousness, flushing, chills, muscle pain, seizures, nausea, vomiting, or stomach pain, heart attack, or signs of lactic acidosis.

 

Warnings

You should wear a bracelet indicating you have diabetes in the event you need emergency treatment. This medication may increase the risk of death due to heart problems. Too much metformin can cause lactic acidosis. Speak with your doctor and receive his or her approval before taking any additional medications. This medication may cause either hypo- or hyperglycemia. Alcohol consumption can worsen the conditions of Type II diabetes.

Brand Names

Glyburide metformin is available in its generic form or under the brand name Glucovance. We offer discount programs and coupons that can help control the costs of this medication to keep it affordable for those to whom it has been prescribed.

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