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How does glipizide interact with other medications and food?

Glipizide interacts with a variety of medications and foods. Medications that could interact adversely with glipizide include certain dezamethasone, antibiotics, prednisone, probenecid, estrogens, diuretics, isoniazid, blood pressure and heart disease medications, MAO inhibitors, blood thinners, oral contraceptive, niacin, phenytoin, and certain vitamins.

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