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Metaglip® (glipizide and metformin) is commonly prescribed for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The medication helps lower blood sugar levels by causing the pancreas to produce more insulin and by decreasing the amount of sugar produced by the liver. Metaglip is available in three different strengths, and is usually taken by mouth once or twice a day. Potential side effects of Metaglip include diarrhea, an upper respiratory tract infection, and low blood sugar.
 
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