Generic for Amaryl* for Type II Diabetes - Drug Information
Generic Name - Glimepiride Category - Diabetes
Control of Type II Diabetes
Generic for Amaryl* Contraindications and Drug Interactions
Generic for Amaryl* is contraindicated in patients, who are known to be hypersensitive to this drug, and diabetic ketoacidosis (with or without coma).
Generic for Amaryl* Dosage
The following information just highlights the general average dosage of GenericAmaryl*
Generic for Amaryl* Adverse Effects
Some of the most serious Generic for Amaryl* side Effects include chest pain, chills, coughing up blood, dark urine, fever, fluid-filled skin blisters, general feeling of illness and increased amounts of sputum.
Generic for Amaryl* and Pregnancy
Use of Generic for Amaryl* by pregnant women is strictly restricted. Considering the importance of maintaining normal blood sugar levels during pregnancy, talk to your doctor who may prescribe insulin injection instead.
Generic for Amaryl* and Breastfeeding
Drugs similar to Generic for Amaryl* do appear in breast milk and may cause low blood sugar in nursing infants. It is not recommended for use while nursing and an alternative method of injecting insulin may be prescribed by your doctor to control sugar levels while breast feeding.
Generic for Amaryl* and Pediatric
The safety and effectiveness of Generic for Amaryl* in Children have not been established.
Generic for Amaryl* and Geriatric
Generic for Amaryl* is known to be substantially excreted by the kidney, and the risk of toxic reactions to this drug may be greater in patients with impaired renal function. Because elderly patients are more likely to have decreased renal function, care should be taken in dose selection, and it may be useful to monitor renal function.
The above information about Generic for Amaryl* serves as an information resource only and is not intended to substitute professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis and treatment.Always seek the counsel of your doctor, physician or pharmacist before starting any new treatment or making changes to existing therapy.