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Do you have to take GLUCOTROL on an empty stomach?

Posted 18 Dec 2014 by raineykay13 1 answer

I get stomach aches when I take Glucotrol on an empty stomach. I just got rid of my GERD & don't want to start taking Prilosec again.

What do the abbreviations within the dosage below mean?

Posted 29 Sep 2014 by PhilR 1 answer

Glucotrol XL 5 mg p.o. a.c.b.k. and 5 mg a.c.d.m.

Does glucotrol er 5mg pill have any effect on sex in amale?

Posted 16 Feb 2013 by charleslb49 1 answer

I'm a diebetic and take this pill and 2 shots daily. And have lots of problems.

Anyone had problems with their Glucotrol XL 10 mg not dissolving?

Posted 11 Sep 2012 by llindsey03 1 answer

I know that the outside part, the shell, doesn't dissolve and that it has a hole in the middle, where the medicine is suppose to come out. I have seen a lot of the pills in my stool and the medicine is still inside of the shell and it is pink.

My father takes glucotrol. Today we found him extremely jaudiced. The doctor says he doesn't think?

Posted 13 Jul 2011 by kilvarock 1 answer

... it is his gall bladder, he thinks he may have cancer. I wondered if the Glipizides might have caused an insult to his liver and possibly he should change meds and give his liver a break. Seems to me insulin would work better. He has lost weight. When I read about pancreatic cancer it says they ...

As stated before dr. put me on actos,had bad reaction to it.wondering about glucotrol?

Posted 16 Feb 2010 1 answer

as i have stated i have type 1 diabetes,on insulin and dr. out me on actos,had a bad reaction to actos, have taken gluctrol before had no problem's with it. wondering if glucotrol can be added to insulin? dr. attempting to cut down amount of injection's i have to have each day. and still ...

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