A 44-year-old female asked:
Have diabetics almost 3 years now. i just arrived in usa & i used to take zolidplus 15mg 500mg and amaryl (glimepiride) 1mg. now i need similar medicine here in ak.
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Endocrinology 33 years experience
Foreign Drug Names: ZolidPlus is ActoPlus Met (pioglitazone and metformin) here in the US and is available for less cost as a generic, pioglitazone 15/metformin 500. Amaryl is Amaryl here, most often sold as the generic glimepiride. These medications do require a prescription, so you will need to see a doctor to discuss your diabetes, check on your sugars and other labs, and obtain your prescriptions.
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