Men in the US and Canada concerned about persistent sexual side effects "coined the phrase 'post finasteride syndrome', which they say is characterized by sexual, neurological, hormonal and psychological side effects that can persist in men who have taken finasteride for hair loss or an enlarged prostate".   In 2012, a health advocacy group called the Post-Finasteride Syndrome Foundation was formed with the primary goal of finding a cure for the reported syndrome and a secondary goal of raising awareness.  According to the company's 1Q2016 financial filing, Merck is a defendant in 1,385 product liability lawsuits which have been filed by customers alleging they have experienced persistent sexual side effects following cessation of treatment with finasteride. 
The hypoglycemic action of glyburide is due to stimulation of pancreatic islet cells, which results in an increase in insulin secretion. Sulfonylureas are believed to bind to ATP-sensitive potassium-channel receptors on the pancreatic cell surface, thereby reducing potassium conductance and causing depolarization of the membrane. Depolarization stimulates calcium ion influx through voltage-sensitive calcium channels, raising intracellular concentrations of calcium ions, which induces the secretion, or exocytosis, of insulin. The drug is not effective in the absence of functioning beta-cells, as occurs in diabetes mellitus type 1, or when the number of viable beta-cells is low, as occurs in severe cases of diabetes mellitus type 2.
Prolonged administration of glyburide also produces extrapancreatic effects that contribute to its hypoglycemic activity. These effects include reduction of basal hepatic glucose production and an enhanced peripheral sensitivity to insulin secondary to an increase in insulin receptors or to changes in the events that follow insulin-receptor binding. The relative importance of each of these actions to the overall therapeutic effect of the drug will vary among oral antidiabetic agents and from patient to patient, which may account for the variability in potency among these drugs. Like glipizide, glyburide exhibits mild diuretic actions but does not affect uric acid concentrations.
This can be countered to an extent. You can increase the dosage towards the middle and later parts of taking it to increase the positive effects. You can also take a period of time away from the drug, cycling off for a bit to give your body time to recover before getting back to it again. Be aware that the more you take a day, the less results you will get added to through the additional dosage. So for example, taking 50mg a day adds a lot. Adding 50mg a day improves the results, but not by much. Adding 50mg more for 150mg a day adds slightly more, but it is typically not worth the negative side effects to your health for only marginal improvements. Studies conducted on the drug helps to back up this assertion, postulating that 100mgs/day is perfect for Anadrol cycling.