Pills for Diabetes from 2007
- Our daughter was put on metformin for insulin resistance. She had an episode at school where she felt shaky so got a snack. Afterwards, her blood sugar was much lower. What should I do? (27 Dec 2007)
- My daughter is overweight and producing too much insulin. She was prescribed Glucophage, but the package says it's for high blood sugars. Is this the right medication for her? (29 Nov 2007)
- My daughter was on metformin for elevated blood sugars. An endocrinologist has suggested she stop the medication to see what happens. What should I do? (28 Aug 2007)
- Do pregnant women with type 2 go back on the medication they took pre-pregnancy after giving birth? (23 Jul 2007)
- My new doctor said that my Glucovance and Actos should not be used together, but said to continue with them because I was doing well. Is it okay to take both? (10 Jun 2007)
- Does Glucophage (metformin) lower postprandial glucose levels or only fasting levels? (7 May 2007)
- If I take metformin while I am breast feeding, what effects, if any, will there be on my baby? (6 May 2007)
- Where can I find about the safety of oral insulin tablets? My daughter has been asked to participate in a study using the tablets. (18 Apr 2007)
- Should I be on medication given your statement that the ADA recommends metformin for those with type 2? My A1c is fine and I have normal fasting blood sugars. (19 Mar 2007)
- I've had type 2 for three years. Although my A1c is fine with diet and exercise, my fasting blood sugar is slightly elevated. Should I take metformin? (6 Mar 2007)
- What do you know about Januvia for a type 1 or children? Is it possible my son's insulin-producing cells could survive? He is on diet and exercise, plus Januvia. (15 Feb 2007)
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