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Were you looking for information about Amaryl? Amaril is a common misspelling of Amaryl.
 
Amaryl® (glimepiride) may be prescribed to lower blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes. Amaryl works by increasing the amount of insulin that the pancreas produces and causing the cells of the body to respond better to insulin. Prior to taking Amaryl, be sure to tell your healthcare provider if you are pregnant, have kidney or liver problems, or have any allergies. Alternatives to Amaryl can include lifestyle changes, other oral diabetes medications, and insulin.
 
(Click Amaryl for more information on how Amaryl works, its potential side effects, and tips on when and how to take the medication.)
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