Wow that is a loaded question that can not be done justice in this space. Mayo clinic is having a hard time keeping up with all the new drugs. The best things are things you can control like diet and weight. Frequent blood sugars and keeping it under 110. American diabetic Association has tons of stuff on their website and material you can order. And finally nothing can beat a good diabetic Dr.
Medications for diabetes control can be expensive. So can the test strips, needles or syringes and so forth. The best savings are diet, exercise, weight control amd knowledge. Type2 diabetes can be controlled if weight is normal and diet is careful. Something we can all do. Relying upon a medicine to correct our over eating just doesn't make sense. I take insulin because of medically induced diabetes type2. Am allergic to the current medications. My choice is simple and I have become accustomed to this. Something to consider when looking at a different medication.
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