A male asked:
I take glimperide 4mg x2, metformin 1000mg x2, and pioglitazone 45mg.how should i be taking these meds any specific combinations ?
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Internal Medicine 60 years experience
Just a thought: but , in my opinion, the number and amount of oral medication you are taking indicate that you and your treating physician should consider INSULIN.....My opinion only
BTW the amount/timing/combination of these three drugs is dependent upon your blood sugar and when these sugars are measured
Hope this is helpful
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