... diabetic n dont want it to mess with my insulin n blood sugars. Is this right for me?
Because there are so many things to consider about you, your unique health factors, and, being diabetic making the puzzle all the more complex, your Dr is really the only one qualified to diagnose, recommend and prescribe a medication that may work for you, then there's the trial adjustment period of 2-3 / 4- 6 weeks, a delicate adjustment time during which little to no changes should be made until a solid settling in has been established. Even knowing all these details it's still going to be a complex process for your Dr, so imagine then how next to impossible it would be for a faceless stranger to make recommendations. Here to help, yes, but some thins can only be deduced by the one who has the best opportunity to do so, the Dr in whom you place your care.
If you like, please keep me posted on your progress, as your situation is (again) a bit more complex than most.
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