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Glucotrol belongs to a type of medication known as sulfonylureas. Glucotrol is vital for patients in need of severe controlling of their blood sugar levels.
Glucotrol has great results in the treatment of type 2 diabetes if it is combined with exercise, diet and, if needed, insulin therapy. Glucotrol can also be prescribed in the treatment of other diseases that have not been mentioned here.
If you are suffering from kidney disease, liver disorders, thyroid disease, infections, type 1 diabetes, other serious illnesses or injuries or if you are in need of surgery you should discuss with your doctor before starting a Glucotrol treatment. If you are suffering from at least one of these conditions you might not be allowed to follow a Glucotrol treatment or you may need to take special precautions (adjustments of the normal dosage, special monitoring during treatment).
Patients older than 65 might be more sensitive to Glucotrol, therefore they could have a stronger reaction to the drug. Therefore the doctor might need to prescribe them a smaller dose of Glucotrol.
Glucotrol is a category C FDA pregnancy medicine, so it is not known whether a treatment with Glucotrol could affect an unborn child. You should discuss witch your doctor before starting a treatment with Glucotrol if you are pregnant or are planning to be soon.
It has not been established with certainty whether Glucotrol can pass into breast milk or not, therefore it is recommended that you consult with your doctor before starting a Glucotrol treatment if you are breast feeding your baby.
The patient must follow each and every one of the instructions given to him by the doctor. If you have any further questions regarding the instructions you should ask the doctor, a nurse or a pharmacist for explanations. Every dose of Glucotrol should be taken with a large glass of water. If your doctor prescribed you one dose each day you should take it before breakfast; if you have to take several doses a day, you should take them before meals. If you are following a treatment with Glucotrol XL extended release tablets you should not chew them divide them or crush them - try swallowing them in one piece. In order to get best results, you should take Glucotrol regularly. Your local healthcare provider might ask you to make regular blood or urine tests in order to monitor you sugar levels.
Ask your doctor to tell you the dose of Glucotrol that fits you best and do exactly as he or she says. You must not change the dose that your doctor has given you.
Among the symptoms of overdose with Glucotrol are nausea, drowsiness, anxiety, cold sweats, weakness, hunger, unconsciousness and sometimes even coma. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you are in need of immediate medical attention.
If the patient happens to miss one of his Glucotrol doses he or she should take it as soon as he or she remembers. If it is about time for another dose, it is best for the patient to skip the missed dose and continue with his medication schedule. He or she should not take a double dose of Glucotrol.
If you are experiencing an allergic reaction to Glucotrol (the symptoms are: difficulty in breathing, lip / tongue /face swelling, closing of the throat, etc) you should stop the treatment and seek medical attention. Great variations in your blood sugar level could be one of the causes of some other less serious side effects of the medicine.
If your blood sugar drops because of your treatment with Glucotrol you will probably start having: shaking, paleness, cold skin, difficulty in focusing, cold sweats, headaches, anxiety, etc. You can prevent these low sugar incidents by eating candy, drinking fruit juice or by taking glucose tablets.
If your blood sugar level rises you will probably feel hungrier, thirstier and you will urinate more often. If you are planning to follow a long term treatment with Glucotrol you should talk to your doctor about is, because there is a risk of death due to cardiovascular complications. Glucotrol has some other side effects that have not been mentioned here. If you are experiencing anything disturbing or unusual that might be connected to your treatment, you should inform your doctor.
If you are taking aspirin or other salicylates (such as : magnesium, choline salicylate, bismuth subsalicylate, magnesium salicylate), or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug like ibuprofen, ketoprofen, diclofenac, etodolac, indomethacin, nabumetone, oxaprozin, naproxen; sulfa-based drug like sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim, sulfisoxazole, or sulfasalazine; and monoamine oxidase inhibitor like isocarboxazid, tranylcypromine, or phenelzine. Glucotrol could also be affected by other drugs such as beta-blocker like propranolol, atenolol, acebutolol, metoprolol, diuretic like hydrochlorothiazide, chlorothiazide, steroid medicine like prednisone, methylprednisolone, prednisolone, phenothiazine like chlorpromazine, fluphenazine, prochlorperazine, promethazine, Phenytoin, soniazid, and over-the-counter, or herbal cough, cold, allergy, or weight loss medications you should inform your doctor before staring the Glucotrol treatment. He might make several adjustments to your Glucotrol dose or might require special monitoring of several health factors during the treatment.
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