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Q: metformin and glipizide taken together is okay ??????

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Casey McNulty, Health Pro
10/29/08 2:59pm

Hi Bud,


Thank you for your question. Without knowing anything about you personally, I can't say for sure whether it's okay for you to take these medications together. I can let you know that the medications are often used in combination, and there is actually a drug on the market that combines the two medications in one tablet (it's called Metaglip).


Best of luck,


Cherise Nicole, Health Guide
10/31/08 1:36am



Hello! I am not a Doctor and I can't tell you if it's okay to take metformin and glipizide together.  I can speak from my own experience. I used metformin and glipizide together for about 2.5 years. I did not have any complications from using the 2 med's together.  The best person to ask this question to would be either your physician or your pharmacist. They know what current medications you are on and your current health condition. 



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