5 Jun 2010
Januvia (sitagliptin) is a prescription medication used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The drug is part of a class of diabetes medication called dipeptidyl peptidase inhibitors. Currently, Januvia is the only dipeptidyl peptidase inhibitor available.
However there are many drugs available to treat type 2 diabetes, but it is highly recommended not to change the prescription with consulting a doctor/specialist, hope this helps?
- Januvia Information for Consumers
- Januvia Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Januvia (detailed)
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i have been taking januvia about three years. it seems to have less effect. will switching to byetta help.have other people tried this.
1 answer • 4 Jun 2010
There is no Januvia in my country(Iran)..How can i get it and how much it will cost ??
1 answer • 27 Jun 2010
About 2 weeks ago my dr. prescribed Januvia 100mg for me ,along with metformin.So far my glucose levels have gotton lower. My question is has anyone ...
1 answer • 20 Oct 2010
I started taking Januvia 4 days, but fasting blood surgar level has not been changed.
1 answer • 4 Nov 2010
I take Metformin before breakfast and before my night snack. I take Glipizide and Januvia before dinner. My morning sugars are always higher than ...
1 answer • 6 Nov 2013