Glucotrol (Glipizide)

Glucotrol (Glipizide)

Active ingredient: Glipizide
Manufacturer : USV
Product Code: PR10520
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Generic Glucotrol 5 mg

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$20.00 USD
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60 pills
$30.00 USD
$0.50 USD
$10.00 USD
90 pills
$40.00 USD
$0.44 USD
$20.00 USD
150 pills
$55.00 USD
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240 pills
$88.00 USD
$0.37 USD
$72.00 USD

Generic Glucotrol 10 mg

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Price
Price
Per Unit
Add to Cart
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30 pills
$20.00 USD
$0.67 USD
$0.00 USD
60 pills
$30.00 USD
$0.50 USD
$10.00 USD
90 pills
$40.00 USD
$0.44 USD
$20.00 USD
150 pills
$55.00 USD
$0.37 USD
$45.00 USD
240 pills
$88.00 USD
$0.37 USD
$72.00 USD

Description
What Glucotrol 

Generic Glucotrol is a medication that is used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It helps your pancreas produce insulin, which will help your body with control the levels of blood sugar. Glucotrol works best when it is used together with regular exercise and a healthy diet.

Classification and Mechanism of Action

Generic Glucotrol is classified as a sulfonylurea drug in the class of rapid acting anti-diabetic drugs. Generic Glucotrol provides the benefits by blocking potassium channels in beta cells of islets of Langerhans.

Looking after it

Generic Glucotrol should be kept out of the reach of children, in a dark place, away from heat and moisture.

How to Take It

It is essential that you adhere to the recommendations made by your doctor when prescribing you with this medication. Do not take more of this drug or less than prescribed and make sure you take it regularly. Generic Glucotrol needs to be taken 30 minutes before a meal. If you take one dose daily, it is best to take it before breakfast.

Dosage

The dosage varies greatly from one individual to the other and it is best to simply take the dosage prescribed by your doctor. In most cases, the treatment begins with lower dosages of 5 mg, and is then increased in regular increments of 2.5 mg or 5 mg.

Overdose

An overdose on Generic Glucotrol may be characterized by hypoglycemia, which can cause convulsions, confusion, tremors, sweating, stomach pain, blurred vision and extreme weakness. Seek emergency medical assistance if you suspect an overdose on Glucotrol.

Missed Dose

If you miss a dose, take it 30 minutes before your next meal, unless it is time for the next dose, in which case you should only take that one. You should never use extra medication to make up for the missed dosage.

Warnings and Precautions

Limit your alcohol intake while you are taking Generic Glucotrol. This is important because alcohol can also lower blood sugar, which could interfere with the effectiveness of your treatment and result in complications.

Possible Side Effects

Less severe side effects of Generic Glucotrol include itching, drowsiness, constipation, redness, skin rash, mild nausea and diarrhea. More serious side effects that need to be reported at once may include sweating, fever, pale skin, confusion, dark urine, jaundice, easy bruising and loss of appetite Signs that you are allergic to Glucotrol include difficulties with breathing, face, lips, tongue and throat swelling, as well as hives. Seek emergency medical help if any of these occur upon ingesting your drug.

Treating Diabetes

Generic Glucotrol is a medication which is very effective in controlling levels of blood sugar through enhancing insulin production in the pancreas. The medication is most effective when used alongside a healthy diet and exercise. Buy Generic Glucotrol online if your doctor recommends it as this will save you a lot of money.

When Should it not Be Used

Do not take Generic Glucotrol if you are in a state of diabetic ketoacidosis, or if you are allergic to Glipizide. You should also inform your doctor if you are malnourished or if you have a history of heart disease. Let them know if you suffer from any of the following as well: intestinal blockage, adrenal or pituitary disorder, or liver or kidney disease or chronic diarrhea.

How Long Should You Take it

Take Generic Glucotrol for as long as your doctor has instructed you to. Never stop using the medication before your doctor tells you to.

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