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What is Metaglip?

Metaglip is the brand name of a combination of two diabetes medicines, glipizide and metformin, used to treat type 2 diabetes. In this condition, the pancreas can not secrete enough insulin to effectively transport glucose into cells. Glucose is crucial, as it provides the cells with energy. Insulin is also crucial, as it required to transport of glucose into almost all cells of the body. Metaglip helps your pancreas secrete insulin and helps the body use insulin more efficiently.  

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