Buy Prandin (Repaglinide)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typePrandin0.5 mg$59.99
drug typePrandin1 mg$63.99
drug typePrandin2 mg$64.99

Generic Equivalent of Prandin

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeRepaglinide0.5 mg$37.99
drug typeRepaglinide1 mg$41.99
drug typeRepaglinide2 mg$46.99

Prandin Information

How and Where to Buy Prandin Online? offers Prandin at affordable prices with a valid prescription from your doctor. The only thing you need is to place the order on our web-site which is convenient, fast and easy. We also offer other diabetic medications and products at reasonable prices. At Canadian Pharmacy World, you have a reliable access to your healthcare needs with free shipping to your door. You can place the order online, by mail, by fax or toll-free over the telephone at 1866-485-7979.

How much does Prandin cost?

The average retail price of brand Prandin 1 mg oral tablet is around $837 for a supply of 100 tablets according to, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Canadian Pharmacy World is offering brand Prandin 1 mg from Canada at just $63.99 for a supply of 90 tablets which is only $0.71 per unit. Our Canadian Pharmacy also offers the generic Prandin 1 mg oral tablet from Canada at just $41.99 for a supply of 100 tablets which is only $0.42 per unit. Please contact our customer service at toll-free 1-866-485-7979 for details.

Brand Prandin 1 mg from Canada, as low as $0.71 per unit
Generic Repaglinide 1 mg from Canada, as low as $0.42 per unit

Are There Alternative Names for the Brand Prandin?

Brand Prandin comes from Canada (Gluconorm) and Turkey (Novonorm) manufactured by Novo Nordisk. The generic Repaglinide is available from Canada and the United Kingdom by different manufacturers.

What Dosages and Forms is Prandin available in?

The brand and generic Prandin are available in the strength of 0.5 mg, 1 mg and 2 mg oral tablets.

What is Prandin used for?

Prandin (Repaglinide) is an oral antidiabetic medicine containing repaglinide which helps your pancreas produce more insulin and thereby lower your blood sugar (glucose). Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which your pancreas does not make enough insulin to control the sugar in your blood or where your body does not respond normally to the insulin it produces. Prandin is used to control type 2 diabetes in adults as an add-on to diet and exercise: treatment is usually started if diet, exercise and weight reduction alone have not been able to control (or lower) your blood sugar. Prandin can also be given with metformin, another medicine for diabetes. Prandin has been shown to lower the blood sugar, which helps to prevent complications from your diabetes. Always take this medicine exactly as your doctor has told you. Check with your doctor if you are not sure. Your doctor will work out your dose. Swallow the tablets with a glass of water immediately before or up to 30 minutes before each main meal. Do not take this medicine if you are under 18 years of age.

What Are The Possible Side Effects of Prandin?

Some of the common side effects of Prandin may include hypoglycaemia; allergy with symptoms such as swelling, difficulty in breathing, rapid heartbeat, feeling dizzy and sweating; stomach pain; diarrhoea. Some serious side effects include pale or yellowed skin, dark colored urine, fever, confusion or weakness; or pancreatitis - severe pain in your upper stomach spreading to your back, nausea and vomiting. These are not all the possible side effects of Prandin. In case of any unexpected effect, consult your healthcare professional immediately.

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for Prandin?

Do not take Prandin:
• If you are allergic to repaglinide or any of the other ingredients in this medicine;
• If you have type 1 diabetes;
• If the acid level in your blood is raised (diabetic ketoacidosis);
• If you have a severe liver disease;
• If you take gemfibrozil (a medicine used to lower increased fat levels in the blood).

Talk to your doctor before taking Prandin if you:
• Are about to have major surgery or you have recently suffered a severe illness or infection;
• Are under 18 or over 75 years of age. Prandin® is not recommended;
• Are pregnant or breast feeding;
• Have liver problems. Prandin is not recommended in patients with moderate liver disease;
• Have kidney problems.

You may get a hypo (short for hypoglycaemia) if your blood sugar gets too low. This may happen:
• If you take too much Prandin;
• If you exercise more than usual;
• If you take other medicines or suffer from liver or kidney problems.

The warning signs of a hypo may come on suddenly and can include: cold sweat; cool pale skin; headache; rapid heartbeat; feeling sick; feeling very hungry; temporary changes in vision; drowsiness; unusual tiredness and weakness; nervousness or tremor; feeling anxious; feeling confused; difficulty in concentrating. Alcohol can change the ability of Prandin® to reduce the blood sugar. Watch for signs of a hypo.

If your blood sugar is low or you feel a hypo coming on: eat glucose tablets or a high sugar snack or drink, then rest.

Your blood sugar may get too high (hyperglycaemia). This may happen:
• If you take too little Prandin;
• If you have an infection or a fever;
• If you eat more than usual;
• If you exercise less than usual.

The warning signs of too high blood sugar appear gradually. They include: increased urination; feeling thirsty; dry skin and dry mouth.

Drug interactions

Tell your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist about all the medicines you take, including drugs prescribed by other doctors, vitamins, minerals, natural supplements, or alternative medicines. You can take Prandin with metformin, another medicine for diabetes, if your doctor prescribes it. If you take gemfibrozil (used to lower increased fat levels in the blood) you should not take Prandin. Your body’s response to Prandin may change if you take other medicines, especially these:
• ACE-inhibitors (used to treat heart conditions);
• Beta blockers (used to treat high blood pressure or heart conditions);
• Clarithromycin, trimethoprim, rifampicin (antibiotic medicines);
• Clopidogrel (prevents blood clots);
• Ciclosporin (used to suppress the immune system);
• Danazol (used to treat breast cysts and endometriosis);
• Deferasirox (used to reduce chronic iron overload);
• Gemfibrozil (used to treat high blood fats);
• Itraconazole, ketokonazole (antifungal medicines);
• Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI) (used to treat depression);
• Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) (a type of painkillers);
• Oral contraceptives (birth control pills);
• Octreotide (used to treat cancer);
• Phenytoin, carbamazepine, phenobarbital (used to treat epilepsy);
• Steroids (anabolic steroids and corticosteroids used for anemia or to treat inflammation);
• Salicylates (e.g. aspirin);
• Sympathomimetics (used to treat asthma);
• St. John’s wort (herbal medicine).
• Thiazides (diuretics or ‘water pills’);
• Thyroid products (used to treat low levels of thyroid hormones);

Prandin Storage and Safety Information

Store Prandin tablets between 15 and 30°C. Store in a dry place and protect from light and moisture. Keep out of reach and sight of children.

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