Glipizide Compounded Transdermal for Cats
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Glipizide is an oral antidiabetic agent that may be prescribed for diabetes. Glipizide Compounded transdermal comes in a Topi-CLICK Micro transdermal pen to more accurately administer medications made specifically for your pet.
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meds given by ear? yes! seems to be helping so far
I am still working with my vet to get dosage adjusted. CC went from 13.5 lbs to 9.5 lbs in 6 months. We thought that was good until she was under 10 lbs. first vet said insulin. I wasn’t ready to jab her twice a day. We discussed whether to have her put down if she appeared to not have a good quality of life and then I researched and found this. It’s rubbed inside a cat’s ear instead of an injection or oral medication. What a relief that I don’t have to fight with her and risk getting bitten or scratched. She still hides sometimes when she sees me with the medicine. Her blood glucose is improving. I take her in every other week for testing until we get the dosage right for her. She’s up to 10 lbs now and gets 4 clicks of the 2.5 dose. I expect it will be increased again. It’s cheaper to adjust gradually with glucose testing than to have the cat stay at vet for expensive testing which can cost over $500. A blood glucose test costs $42 at my vet. Wish more vets knew about administering meds transdermal through a cat’s ear tips. The vet I saw first didn’t know. I had to say something to the second one. Hope this helps as other meds can be transdermal too, like thyroid. Save yourself from bites and scratched and your cat from painful injections.