Have you tried an SGLT2 inhibitor with T1D?
Yes - still use one!
Yes, but I don't take it anymore.
I'm thinking about trying one.
No, I'm not interested.
Not applicable to our household with T1D.
Managing type 1 diabetes and keeping blood sugars within target ranges is complex and challenging. Since 2005, there have been six new medication classes brought to the market in the United States for treating diabetes. While many were aimed to help the rising number of people with type 2 diabetes, two classes of medications have been shown to help people with type 1 diabetes as well.