Glyburide is a sulfonylurea based medication.
22 Nov 2010
Yes, there is potential for him to have an allergic reaction with Glyburide if your husband is allergic to sulfa based medicines. Sometimes however, patients may have reactions to one particular sulfa drug and be okay with others. If it is necessary for him to have glyburide than he should be started on it with caution and be monitored initially. If he doesn't have a reaction then it's fine for him to take it.
Discuss this with his doctor and see what they say.
- Glyburide Information for Consumers
- Glyburide Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Glyburide (detailed)
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