i was diagnosed 4 years ago. My fasting blood glucose climbed to 190 mg/dl and HbA1C 7.9 while taking metformin and Januvia. My doctor started to talk insulin. I consulted an endocrinologist in Singapore, he added diamicron to my meds. Fasting blood glucose dropped to 80 mg/dl after 2 weeks, with HbA1C of 5.7 after 2 months.
That's really good news for it to work that fast. I don't believe it is sold here in the US. I think our equivalent might be Glipizide, which is similar.
Best of wishes...JJ....
Gliclazide is an oral hypoglycemic (anti-diabetic drug) and is classified as a sulfonylurea. It is marketed as Glyloc and Reclide in India and Diamicron in Canada. In the Philippines, it is marketed as Glubitor-OD. It is not marketed in the United States. A modified-release formulation is also marketed.
Sorry that this is not available in the USA. Anyway best is to consult with an endocrinologist who specialises in diabetes.