Glynase , chemically known as glyburide, is a sulfonylurea-type anti-diabetic medication used in patients with non-insulin dependent type 2 diabetes . It stimulates the pancreas to produce insulin for your body, and helps your body respond to insulin efficiently.
Glynase comes as an oral tablet taken once or twice a day, with food. You should follow the diet program or exercise plan prescribed by your doctor, while taking this type of medicine.
It may cause some side effects, such as light headache, vomiting, nausea, stomach upset, heartburn, changes of appetite, and weight gain.
Glynase may also be used to treat other medical problems, as determined by your doctor.