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Posted 11 Mar 2013 by tink_58 • 6 answers
When first diagnosed with diabetes, I was given Victoza, and had no noticable side effects. My dr added Metformin, 500mg 2xday, because my AC1 was still 7, and gave me Lisinopril to protect my kidneys (my BP is fine). I started having diarrhea not long after beginning the medication. He then took ...
Posted 29 Aug 2015 by GrannyJKP • 1 answer
I have been on Invokana but because of an almost constant vaginal yeast infection, I had to stop taking it. I have been taking only Metformin, which is free, but I've gained back the weight I lost on Invokana and need another drug to supplement my Metformin. I am happy for those of you who can ...
Posted 7 Apr 2015 by Louise6725 • 1 answer
Posted 25 Feb 2015 by renee1991 • 1 answer
januvia 100mg one tab a day onglyza 5mg one tab a day metformin500 mg twice day humalog 50/50 60 cc at a time
Posted 26 Apr 2014 by DoubleL3755 • 1 answer
Just recently my husband was prescribed Onglyza for type 2 diabetes. His blood sugar readings range from 21 - high. How many days before this medication starts lowering his levels?
Posted 14 Feb 2014 by janice 55 • 2 answers
metformin,glimiperide cause confusion,blurred vision, shortness of breath. Now I am on onglyza but I am having blurred vision again and breathing problems. are there any meds that may be different without these side effects?
Posted 3 Oct 2013 by pjh43 • 3 answers
it scares me to take this medicine since it can cause thyroid cancer. Onglyza is the same thing is Victoza in a much weaker form. the doctor says. I didn't seem to have any problem with the pill. I tried to get zofran for this terrible nausea but the doctor said no. what about Dramamine with ...
Posted 22 Nov 2013 by DJLC • 1 answer
Posted 5 Aug 2013 by mjcny • 1 answer
I have been taking diabetes medication for only 2 months now. Doctor prescribed Onglyza cause he said the Glumedza I am taking is not enough and he wants to see better readings in the mornings. I average between 7-8 every morning and he thinks Onglyza will help reduce that number. I have been ...
Posted 10 Jul 2013 by Godblessed • 1 answer
I stopped because my body felt like it didn't need the meds. get bad headaches and I get hungry too quickly and my numbers are under control. I just feel weird.
Posted 6 Feb 2013 by Uzi • 1 answer
Posted 16 Jan 2013 by dsanna • 1 answer
Our insurance will cover generic meds at $10 and brand name meds will require a $250 deductible per my employer.
Posted 17 Feb 2013 by frankdouglas • 1 answer
Posted 23 Jul 2011 by Sumasundaran • 1 answer
Posted 9 May 2012 by pankaj kumar • 1 answer
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