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From San Diego, California, USA:

If someone was given an oral medication for insulin resistance, when they actually had little or no insulin production, or actually needed an insulin sensitizer, what would the effect be?


If a person used a medication for insulin sensitivity and had little ability to make insulin, I doubt this would help blood sugars to any degree.


Original posting 2 Dec 2001
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