Diabetes involves the inability of the body to produce insulin. In the absence of insulin, blood sugar levels rise; this could be detrimental to good health. There could be long term damage, dysfunction or failure of some organs. This way, Amaryl reduces the risk of kidney, eyes and nerve damage by pushing down the risks of type 2 diabetes.
Amaryl helps control blood sugar levels. It could be used in combination with insulin and any other diabetic medicine. Available in tablets of 1mg, 2mg and 4mg, it finds application for other medical conditions too besides treatment of diabetes.
Amaryl is prescribed when type 2 diabetes cannot be controlled by exercise or a good diet. It is an oral sulfonylurea containing glimepiride. It stimulates the secretion of insulin from the pancreas into the blood stream, and thus pushing down the blood sugar level. The magic of Amaryl works out in the best form when it is consumed as per the instructions of the doctor for the complete period of prescription.
How to take Amaryl
Amaryl is meant to be taken orally after breakfast or the first meal of the day. Adults are supposed to take 1mg or 2mg daily. The dose varies as per the patient's glycemic response among other things like severity of disorder, age, gender and weight of the patient. Those with a high risk of hypoglycemia are supposed to begin with a 1mg dose everyday.
Regularity and punctuality in taking Amaryl would always yield positive results. If a dose is missed or forgotten, it is advised to be taken as soon as it comes to one's mind. But don't take two doses together. An overdose could be detrimental to health.
Side-effects like nausea, diarrhea, swellings, rashes or allergies, symptoms of flu, fever, change in color of urine, etc could be felt. Expert medical professionals would be the best persons to help you out.
We only ship medications which are approved by FDA, Also please consult your doctor to make a full decision on what medication to take.
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