can i take gliburide with it and how
28 Sep 2010
Yes, you can take metformin with Glyburide. They have different modes of action and can work together to control blood glucose.
The dosage is:
Usual Adult Dose for Diabetes Mellitus Type II
500 mg orally twice a day (with the morning and evening meal). Some patients may need to take it 3 times a day with breakfast, lunch and dinner.
500 to 2000 mg orally once a day (with the evening meal). Maximum daily dose is 2500 mg.
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