9 May 2010
I have diabetes type 2 and have been told 99% of all drugs in that same class will affect sugar levels, mainly making them go higher. You may need an adjustment in your meds for your sugar. Just watch your sugars extra careful. It sometimes don't happen to everyone but it is a strong possibility. Please be careful I wouldn't want to hear of you getting sicker. Hope this info helps good luck and watch them sugars.
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