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Gliclazide.

Without a Prescription

Gliclazide is prescribed together with diet and exercise to reduce blood glucose in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Gliclazide is prescribed in the treatment of type 2 diabetes if it is combined with:
- Insulin therapy;
- Exercise;
- Diet and;

Overdose

Among the symptoms of overdose with Gliclazide are:
- Anxiety;
- Cold sweats;
- Drowsiness;
- Hunger;
- Nausea;
- Sometimes even coma;
- Unconsciousness;
- Weakness;

Side Effects

The symptoms are:
- Lip / tongue / face swelling;
- Difficulty in breathing;
- Closing of the throat;

If your blood sugar drops because of your treatment with Gliclazide you will probably start having:
- Anxiety;
- Cold skin;
- Cold sweats;
- Difficulty in focusing;
- Headaches;
- Paleness;
- Shaking;

If your blood sugar level rises you will probably:
- You will urinate more often;
- Thirstier;
- Feel hungrier;

Side effects include:
- Diarrhea;
- Dizziness;
- Gas;
- Headache;

Skin rashes can occur and cause:
- Adiffuse measles-like rash;
- Hives;
- Itching;

Rare but serious side effects include:
- Alow sodium concentration;
- Hepatitis;
- Jaundice;

Gliclazide may also cause hypoglycemia.

The risk of hypoglycemia increases when Gliclazide is combined with other glucose reducing agents.

Drug Interactions

If you are taking aspirin or other salicylates such as :
- Bismuth subsalicylate;
- Choline salicylate;
- Magnesium salicylate;
- Magnesium;
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitor;
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug;
- Sulfa-based drug;

Gliclazide could also be affected by other drugs such as:
- Steroid medicine like prednisone;
- Promethazine;
- Prochlorperazine;
- Prednisolone;
- Phenothiazine like chlorpromazine;
- Metoprolol;
- Methylprednisolone;
- Fluphenazine;
- Diuretic like hydrochlorothiazide;
- Chlorothiazide;
- Beta-blocker like propranolol;
- Atenolol;
- Acebutolol;

Form.

Tablets: 5 milligrams,
Tablets: 10 milligrams,
Tablets Extended Release (XR): 2.5 milligrams,
Tablets Extended Release (XR): 5 milligrams,
Tablets Extended Release (XR): 10 milligrams.

Dosage.

The usual starting dose when using immediate release tablets is 5 milligrams administered 30 minutes before a meal. The maximum dose is 40 milligrams daily. Doses higher than 15 milligrams per day should be divided.

The starting dose when using extended-release tablets is 5 milligrams daily up to a maximum dose of 20 milligrams daily. Patients using immediate release tablets may be converted to the nearest equivalent extended-release dose.

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