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Buy Glimepiride Online (Amaryl) 2-4-6 mg 60 Tablets

Amarly is medicine, which is advised for the treatment processes of diabetics.

What are the Ingredients of Amaryl? What does Amaryl contain?

The active ingredient of Amaryl is glimepiride. The supporting materials are dihydrogen phosphate, phosphoric acid, and methanol.

What is Amarly used for? Indications of Amarly

Amarly is a diabetes (diabetes mellitus) that is used for controllng the level of sugar in the non-insulin- dependent (diabetes Type 2) people. Amarly helps increase insulin secretion in the pancreas. It reduces the blood sugar level. The patients whose blood sugar levels can not be controlled with diet, losing weight and exercise, can use Amarly.

What are the Contraindications of Amaryl?

Do not use Amaryl in case you;

You have hypersensivity or allergy to the ingredients of Amarly. If you are pregnant, the medicine is not suitable for you. Do not use this medicine before diabetic coma

Be careful to use Amaryl under below conditions in case;

- You recently used alcohol

- Exercising too much,

- Over-stressing and skipping meals

- Excessive thirst and hunger, and

- Frequent urination

- You have a glucose-6- phosphate dehydrogenase enzyme (G6PD) deficiency, or coma

- You have a surgery or accident

How is Amaryl used with Food and Drinks?

Alcohol can increase the blood sugar lowering influence of Amaryl.

Can Amaryl be used during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding?

Do not use Amarly if you are pregnant and if you are want to breastfeed.


What are the effects of Amaryl on driving car or using another vehicle?

The level of blood in the sugar can influence you abilities. Take it into consideration while derivin or using vehicles if you take Amarly.

Can Amaryl be used with other Medicines? What are the interactions of Amaryl with other medicines?

Using Amaryl with some medicines can pave the way for negative results such as hypoglycemic decrease or increase.

In line with the experience with amaryl and other known sulfonylureas, below issues should be taken into consideration:

- Some of the drugs can increase the hypoglycaemic effect of amaryl. These drugs are anabolic steroids and male sex hormones, chloramphenicol, coumarin anticoagulants, fenfluramine, fibrates, ACE inhibitors, fluoxetine, sulfinpyrazone, certain long acting sulfonamides, tetracyclines, MAO inhibitors, quinolone antibiotics, probenecid, miconazole, high-dose parenteral pentoxifylline, tritoqualin, allopurinol, sympatholytic, cyclo-, tro- and ifosfamides.

- Some other drugs can reduce the hypoglycemic effect of amaryl. Those are estrogen and progestogens, salutretics, thiazide diuretics, thyroid- stimulating agents, glucocorticoids, phenothiazine derivatives, chlorpromazine, adrenaline and sympathomimetics, high doses of nicotinic acid and nicotinic acid derivatives, laxatives, phenytoin, diazoxide, glucagon, barbiturates and rifampicin, acetazolamide.

- H2 antagonists, beta-blockers, clonidine, and reserpine can cause increased or decreased blood glucose-lowering activity.

- If you take sympatholytic drugs such as beta-blockers, clonidine, guanethidine and reserpine, the indication for adrenergic counter-regulation, the hypoglycaemia can be lowered or eliminated.

How is Amaryl used?

Take the medicine before meals or during the meal with a glass of water.

Can children use Amaryl?

Children and youn people who are under 18 years old should not use Amaryl.

How is the specific use of Amaryl in cases like Kidney failure and Liver failure?

If you have severe liver or kidney problems, do not use Amarly.

What happens if you take extra dose of Amaryl?

Hypoglycaemia may be observed following an extra one dose. This can take 12 to 72 hours can happen again after the initial recovery. Symptoms can not occur for up to 24 hours after overdose. In such cases, observation is usually recommended at the hospital. Nausea, vomiting and epigastric pain can be seen. Hypoglycemia is usually accompanied by neurological symptoms such as restlessness, tremor, visual

disturbances, coordination problems, sleepiness, coma and convulsions. The treatment requires essentially of inhibiting absorption by inhalation and then drinking water or lemonade containing active carbon (adsorbent) and sodium sulphate (laxative). In severe overdosage, intensive care unit treatment is required.

What are the Side/Adverse Effects of Amaryl?

- Swallowing difficulties

- dizziness

- fast heartbeat

- hives

- itching

- puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue

- shortness of breath

- skin rash

- tightness in the chest

- unusual tiredness or weakness

- wheezing

- lethargy

- light-colored stools

- loss of appetite

- lower back or side pain

- muscle twitching

- nausea and vomiting

- nosebleeds

- painful or difficult urination

- pale skin

- pinpoint red spots on the skin

- puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue

- rapid weight gain

- red, irritated eyes

- red skin lesions, often with a purple center

- seizures

- sensitivity to the sun

- skin thinness

- sore throat

- sores, ulcers, or white spots on the lips or in the mouth

- stupor

- swollen or painful glands

- upper right abdominal or stomach pain

- abdominal or stomach pain

- agitation

- back, leg, or stomach pains

- bleeding gums

- blistering, peeling, or loosening of the skin

- bloating of abdomen

- blood in the urine or stools

- bloody, black, or tarry stools

- chest pain

- chills

- coma

- confusion

- cough or hoarseness

- dark urine

- decreased urine output

- depression

- diarrhea

- fever with or without chills

- fluid-filled skin blisters

- general body swelling

- general tiredness and weakness

- high fever

- hostility

- irritability

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