Saturday, 24 September 2011



Getryl is an orally administered drug used to lower blood sugar concentration.

Glimepiride fastens the release of insulin produced by the pancreatic beta cells.

Under any circumstance, the beginning dose of Getryl should never exceed 2 mg per day.

Adverse Effects:

  • Hypoglycemia - Lowering of blood sugar level
  • Digestive Mal-functionings
  • Blurred Vision
  • Skin infections

Not suitable for use:

  • For patients allergic to any component of the medicine.
  • For breast-feeding mothers.
  • During pregnancy.

This drug is not sold OTS - Only available on prescription.


Getryl – Tablets

1 mg tablets
2 mg tablets
3 mg tablets
4 mg tablets
Glimepiride Quantity
1 mg

2 mg
3 mg
4 mg

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