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Injectables

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Non-insulin injectable medications include Byetta and Symlin. These drugs  stimulate insulin production and help the person feel full by delaying emptying of the stomach.

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Most diabetes drugs cause us to gain weight. But those in the rather new class of drugs called GLP-1 inhibitors actually lead to weight loss. ¬† People with type 2 diabetes take these drugs by injection. Insulin, the drug that people with type 1 have to inject to manage their diabetes, is notorious for leading to weight gain. ¬† Clinical trial…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Pros and Cons of Injectable Diabetes… Dear Mary, Thyroid issues began to occur after we have been living for a…

05/03/15

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Do Injections Hurt? Astro, Are you using Lantus? Lantus does sting, but it's not the injection, it's the acid that…

02/26/15

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on The Most Effective Treatment for Type 2? David, I'm glad you're doing so well. Readers should know that Diabetes…

02/20/15

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Teri Robert, Health Guide, commented on Newer Diabetes Meds Are Making My Life… cahos,   Diabetes is often a progressive disease, and I hope I…

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