Saturday, October 25, 2014

Injectables

At a Glance

Byetta is for type 2 diabetes. It helps your pancreas produce insulin more effectively. Byetta is not insulin and should not be taken instead of insulin. A pre-measured dose comes in a pen that you use to inject the medication.

Community: Injectables

Join our community by contributing

Hc_btn_vert_join Hc_btn_vert_share Hc_btn_vert_ask
Happening Now In Our Community

Hot Topic

A recent meta-analysis has suggested that combining long-acting insulin with a GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide 1) agonist may be the “most effective” drug treatment for type 2 diabetes, meaning the best blood glucose (BG) control with the fewest side effects.   GLP-1 is a hormone secreted by the intestines, and an agonist is a…

Injectables
Community Activity
FILTER BY:
All | Expert Only

bonnynemia, Community Member, commented on The Most Effective Treatment for Type 2? Gretchen,   Thank you very much for saying that I have a good attitude…

10/12/14

8 comments

Reply

Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Do Injections Hurt? Yes, it was sad when UL disappeared. I'm sorry the Lantus didn't work for you, as it will be generic…

10/04/14

2 comments

Reply

heyjude, Community Member, commented on Pros and Cons of Injectable Diabetes… see this…

09/22/14

2 comments

Reply

Teri Robert, Health Guide, commented on Newer Diabetes Meds Are Making My Life… Hi, Patti,   The oral meds I'm taking are metfomin and Actos. The…

09/11/14

4 comments

Reply

Showing 1 - 4 of 69 results
< Page 1 | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  >

Related Content: Injectables

Ask a Question

Get answers from our experts and community members.

Btn_ask_question_med
View all questions (2290) >