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Glimepiride, Oral Tablet

Low blood sugar warning: Glimepiride can cause low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Symptoms may include: trembling or shaking nervousness or anxiety irritability sweating lightheadedness or dizziness headache fast heart rate or palpitations intense hunger fatigue or tiredness High blood sugar warning: If glimepiride isn’t working well enough to control your blood sugar, your diabetes won’t be under control. This will lead to high blood sugar (hyperglycemia). Call your doctor if you have any of these symptoms: urinating more often than usual feeling very thirsty feeling very hungry even though you’re eating extreme fatigue blurred vision cuts or bruises that are slow to heal tingling, pain, or numbness in your hands or feet Fatal heart problems warning: Glimepiride may increase your risk of fatal heart problems compared to treatment with diet alone or diet plus insulin. Ask your doctor if this drug is right for you. Glimepiride is a prescription drug. It comes as an oral tablet. Glimepiride is available as the brand-name drug Amaryl and as a generic drug. Generic drugs usually cost less. In some cases, they may not be available in every strength or form as the brand-name version. Continue reading >>

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  1. Sallyannb

    Isn't the Title just lovely, doesn't sound like something you just can't wait to experience. Well folks last night I thought there was something wrong with the chair I was sitting in...bad spring or something. Now this is all new to me, I had heard of boils, but never had the pleasure...until Diabetes thought hey lets throw this at her, and see if she can keep a smile on her face. I would really like to know if anyone else has had to deal with these...and what you did to get rid of it. As you might have guessed it is not on my arm or leg...nope right on my butt, middle actually, right where the sun don't shine if you get the idea....any help, advice, or just to know there is or has been a fellow sufferer..sufferer..is that a word, looks funny.

  2. foxl

    LOTS of hot baths!!! I had one just post-diagnosis. Get your BG down and they stop.

  3. Kkirwan

    My non-diabetic friend gets them all the time. She uses hot compresses but with that location I agree with baths. I know she's had to have some lanced but you really don't want to get it infected. I ask her about it.

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