How to replace "Maninil"?
With the drug "Maninil" in different dosages successfullypeople with diabetes mellitus type 2 are used when a person is not dependent on insulin. But now, maninil has disappeared from Russian pharmacies, because he is on re-registration. To understand what to replace manil, you need to understand what is included in its composition.
Glibenclamide is the main active substancemanila. Also there are auxiliary substances, such as starch, lactose, silica and others. Therefore, to select what can replace the mannil, you need to choose a drug with the same active substance.
When replacing the drug, someDifference in dosages. Maninil can be micronized and non-micronized. Newer drugs use micronized glibenclamide. Therefore, unmicronized glibenclamide in a dosage of 5 or 2.5 mg. is equal in strength to the micronized substance at a dosage of 3.5 and 1.75 mg. Pay attention to this when choosing medicines.
To see medicines which can replace manilil in Russia it is possible in this table.
Before starting treatment yourselfother medications, be sure to consult your doctor. He knows the whole history of your illness and possible contraindications. The attending physician will help you to choose an alternative treatment option without harming your health.
And although all drugs that can at least somehowreplace manil, are very expensive, but health is worth the money spent. Try to contact different pharmacies, there is a significant difference in prices. To some diabetics, the state issues assistance that you can use at the moment.
Be healthy and happy!