Glynase is used in diabetics to treat type 2 diabetes. This medication controls blood sugar levels but cannot be used to treat type 1 diabetes.
Store at room temperature away from direct light, and heat, and moisture.
Inform your doctor of every medication you are or may be taking while using Glynase. Inform your doctor of you have any other allergies, if you are pregnant, if you are breastfeeding, if you have any stomach/bowel issues, if you have type 1 diabetes, if you have had a history of low blood sodium levels, anemia, hormone problems or if you are soon undergoing surgery.
If you show signs of high blood sugar immediately call your health care provider. Glynase may affect your awareness. Driving and other activities which require your attention are not recommended while using Glynase. Alcohol may increase the severity of the side effects and may increase the risk of low blood sugar. Glynase may cause low blood sugar.
Patient Family Information : Take Glynase exactly as prescribed by your health care professional. Take Glynase with your first meal of the day unless otherwise directed. Learn what the signs of low blood sugar are and make sure you do not show these signs. If there are changes in the brand, strength, or type of gluburide you are using you may need to alter the dosage you take as well.
If you have allergies to any ingredients of this medication or the medication itself do not use it. IF you are on any other medications, especially blood thinners, cyclosporine, disopyramide, fluconazole, rifampin, or an antibiotic, you may not be able to take Glynase as the medications may interfere with each other. If you are taking bosentan you cannot take Glynase. IF you are pregnant and are within 14 days of the delivery date, do not use Glynase.
Sever Side Effects : Severe: Severe allergic reactions; disorientation; dark urine; fainting; fever, chills, or long-term sore throat; uneven heartbeat; low blood sugar symptoms; severe or unyielding blurred vision or other vision problems; strange bruising or bleeding; abnor
Common: sensation that stomach is full, heartburn, nausea
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