Shipping Update – January 2022

Shipping times are now closer to normal. However, due to the latest outbreak of the highly contagious Omicron strain, we are anticipating some potential delays in our shipping times. We will provide updates as the situation changes.

Our normal shipping time averages 1 - 2 weeks. Shipments may now sometimes take an additional 2 – 4 weeks to arrive, depending on the source country of your order. Shipments from the United Kingdom and Canada are generally quicker than from other countries.

Please note that these times are averages and individual shipping times will vary. We highly recommend that you place your order at least 2 – 4 weeks or more ahead of your normal reorder time to avoid running out of your medication.

We offer a shipping guarantee when you place an order with us. If your order does not arrive within 6 weeks from the date it was shipped, we will re-ship your order to you at no additional cost.

Call Center – New Hours effective January 17, 2022

Our new call center hours of operation are now 7:00 am – 7:00 pm Central Time, seven days per week.

These changes are due to staffing issues we are experiencing caused by the highly contagious Omicron variant. We anticipate that we will expand our call center hours again within the next 2 – 3 weeks.

If you are experiencing increased hold times or are calling outside of these hours, please leave us a message or send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Due to increased demand on telephone networks worldwide, you may experience some intermittent connection problems. If this happens our agents will call you back.

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If you have any questions about any changes in our service please do not hesitate to contact us. Our staff are working tirelessly to ensure the timely fulfillment and delivery of all orders. The health and safety of our customers and staff is our highest priority and we remain committed to providing service at the highest level.

We appreciate your business and thank you for your continued support.

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Glucotrol (Glipizide) and/or alternatives

Glucotrol is not available. Glucotrol is a brand name for Glipizide. Other brands and generics of Glipizide are available below.

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    Glucotrol 5mg

    Marketed as Minodiab in European Union

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    Generic Alternative of Glucotrol 5mg

    Marketed as Glynase in India

    Manufactured by: USV Ltd

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General Information On Glucotrol

Patients suffering from Type 2 Diabetes may be prescribed to buy Glucotrol for treatment of the disease. Usually, doctors prescribe this medicine as part of an overall treatment plan for a diabetic patient. Besides Glipizide (generic name of this medicine), other essential components of an effective diabetes treatment plan include: diet, exercise, weight management, and regular testing of blood sugar levels. A sulfonylurea-type medicine, this drug helps your pancreas produce insulin.

Side Effects for Glucotrol

Like other medicines, this drug too may cause certain side effects. However, the side effects of Glucotrol generally are less serious. In case you notice any serious side effects or an allergic reaction to this drug, you must stop the medication and seek medical assistance. To help you distinguish between less serious and serious side effects of this medicine, we present a list of side effects that this drug may cause.

Common and less serious side effects of this medicine include: pain in the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, rashes, drowsiness, or dizziness. Continue to take your medicine in case you experience any of the aforementioned symptoms. In case any of these symptoms exacerbate, contact your doctor immediately.

Uncommon but serious side effects of this drug include: fever, persistent sore throat, an unusually fast heartbeat, excessive sweating or thirst, dark colored urine, yellowed skin, easy bruising/bleeding, or swelling of the hands and feet. Stop taking this medication immediately if you notice any of these symptoms and seek medical help.

A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is highly uncommon. With that said, if you notice any of the symptoms discussed below, then you must immediately stop the medication and seek emergency medical help. The symptoms of an allergic reaction are: breathing problems or swelling/itching (especially of the face, tongue, throat, and lips).


You should not buy Glucotrol or consume it if you are allergic to it or if you are in state of Diabetes Ketoacidosis (DKA). Also, before using this medicine, talk to your doctor about your medical history, especially if you have: kidney disease, liver disease, blockage in your intestines, heart disease, or glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.

Pregnant women should not use this medication before consulting their doctor. Although it is not established if this drug passes into breast milk, nursing mothers should only use this medicine after receiving a go ahead from their doctor.

Glucotrol Dosage

Depending on your condition and response to the medicine, your doctor will recommend the set dosage. Usually, the starting dosage is Glucotrol 5mg once daily, 30 minutes before breakfast.


This medicine may interact with certain drugs. The following drugs may increase your risk to hyperglycemia when taken with Glucotrol: thyroid medicines, diet pills, diuretics, birth control pills, high blood pressure medicines, seizure medicines, and steroids. The following drugs, when taken with this medicine, may increase your risk to hypoglycemia: sulfa drugs, blood-thinner drugs, beta-blockers, aspirin, other oral diabetes drugs, and exenatide. In addition, this medicine may also react with certain over-the-counter medicines, such as vitamin pills or herbal medicines. Ensure that you inform your doctor about all the medicines that you are currently taking.

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