... diagnosed as a TYPE 2 then, but my FBS are only 180. My P.A. IS adding another drug when this scrip is up. Will my eyes keep changing or should I get new glasses now?
If your eyesight changed just since you've been on the jardiance then you need to be taken off it. I would bet part of your vision problems are because your blood sugar isn't controlled. 180 is too high. You need to get it controlled. Watch your diet, drink plenty of water and get some exercise.
I agree. Get off the medicine. Changing eyesight is a serious problem for a diabetic. Your eyesight is already threatened due to the diabetes, let alone adding a medicine that causes further damage. And don't try to fool yourself that 180 is not high. This is a serious business and you need to keep your sugar much lower. Every high sugar is telling you to cut back on the sweets or carbs and stop the damage it's doing to you. Keep your glucoses down closer toward 100 if possible. Let your Dr. guide you on that. My husband became a diabetic because he had pancreatic cancer. Now he's walking 35 minutes twice a day for exercise. He resisted at 1st, but eventually his Dr. convinced him he HAD to do it. Don't forget, cheating will be revealed by your Hgb A1C test. Do what's going to give you a good quality of life!
My eyesight got better once my blood sugar levels got under control. I had to get new glasses because my eyesight got better.
I have been taking Jardiance for a year now. I have no side effects. It is good
I had to get new glasses when my blood glucose got more controlled. Now my A1C is down to 6.4 and I need new glasses again. As your blood sugar changes, so does the shape of the eyes which make your vision change significantly. You also need to have your doctor do a diabetic eye exam to make sure you are not having retinal damage.
- Jardiance Information for Consumers
- Jardiance Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Jardiance (detailed)
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