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What is Amaryl?

Amaryl is the brand name of an oral diabetes medicine, known as glimepiride. It is used to treat type 2 diabetes. Amaryl helps control blood sugar levels by helping your body release insulin produced by the pancreas. Those taking this drug should also follow a proper diet and get regular exercise.

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