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Which Type Of Antidiabetic Drugs Is Injected Subcutaneously To Treat Type 2 Diabetes?

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Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Medication

Medication Summary Pharmacologic therapy of type 2 diabetes has changed dramatically in the last 10 years, with new drugs and drug classes becoming available. These drugs allow for the use of combination oral therapy, often with improvement in glycemic control that was previously beyond the reach of medical therapy. Agents used in diabetic therapy include the following: Traditionally, diet modification has been the cornerstone of diabetes management. Weight loss is more likely to control glycemia in patients with recent onset of the disease than in patients who are significantly insulinopenic. Medications that induce weight loss, such as orlistat, may be effective in highly selected patients but are not generally indicated in the treatment of the average patient with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Patients who are symptomatic at initial presentation with diabetes may require transient treatment with insulin to reduce glucose toxicity (which may reduce beta-cell insulin secretion and worsen insulin resistance) or an insulin secretagogue to rapidly relieve symptoms such as polyuria and polydipsia. Continue reading >>

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  1. Chubbycat

    I am currently taking 2,000 mg of metformin a day and my recent A1c is 7.1. My doctor wants to add Jardiance which I am not sure I want to do. Does anyone have experience with this drug?
    (I added a subject to your post.)

    Post Edited By Moderator (LanieG) : 4/17/2016 3:23:03 PM (GMT-6)

  2. Lanie G

    Welcome to HealingWell! I'm not familiar with this drug but others may be, and I hope they can post some information about their experience.
    My first reaction to your post is to ask what you're eating because you are on a lot of metformin which works with diet and exercise but if you are eating a lot of carbohydrates, then the metformin will not be effective.
    I am not a doctor (!) but it seems logical to me to see what's going on with the patient before adding another medication. Can you please write what you're eating for meals?
    Also, are you on any other medication at all for any other conditions? The reason I'm asking is that some medication do have effects on blood sugar.
    I'm glad you found HealingWell and that you posted!
    Lanie
    diabetes moderator
    diabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
    metformin
    very low carb way of eating

  3. worriedgirl

    Metformin didn't work for me much either and the side effects were bad for me, diarrhea and headaches. Never been on the other medicine. I did my research and determined that victoza would be right for me. I took my research to my Dr and he agreed to let me start victoza on the lowest dose possible and so far my numbers are better. I started at night but he wanted me to try morning and I did but my fasting went higher so now I'm starting my dose back up at night.
    "No one really dies because they have loved. Because they love they stay in the hearts of the people they have touched so in that their memory lives on." Ghost whisperer-i know corny but this touched me deep down and i see so much truth in it.
    ADD-diagnosed 2010
    Diabetes- diagnosed 3-29-2012. only using low fat and low carb diet and victoza .6 mg at night

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Incretin Mimetics And Enhancers: New Insulin Secretagogues For Type-2 Diabetes

Rajiv Mahajan1* and Kapil Gupta2 1Department of Pharmacology Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Bathinda, India 2Department of Biochemistry Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Bathinda, India Corresponding Author: Department of Pharmacology Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Bathinda-151109 (Punjab) India E-mail: [email protected] Abstract Hyperglycemia, obesity, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and hypertension are interrelated cardiometabolic risk factors for the development of type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Prevalence of type-2 diabetes is growing at an alarming rate. Treatment target for type-2 dia-betes is to keep daily glucose profile as close as possible to that of a non-diabetic person. Sul-fonylureas, thiazolidinediones, meglitinides, biguanides and acarbose inhibitors are already being used in controlling glucose levels in type-2 diabetes. Mimicking or enhancing the actions of incretin is a new strategy which can help to control glucose levels in type-2 diabetics. This review discusses the incretin mimetics and enhancers, drug group with novel mechanism of ac-tions; which were marketed recently or will be in m Continue reading >>

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  1. Adee5

    Okra to help with Blood Glucose

    I've discovered and been doing a lot of research with the vegetable okra helping to maintain and even lower blood glucose. We are supposed to cut the bottoms off 2 okra "fingers," slit down the middle and let soak in room temperature water overnight. Drinking the water in the morning (30 min prior to eating/drinking) supposed to help with glucose not being absorbed. Apparently it's the fiber in the "slime" the vegetable puts into the water.
    Has anyone else heard of this or tried it? My BG is very well under control and know that I should discuss this with my doctor and not substitute this finding with my current medication.. But am very very curious..

  2. jadesocean

    A friend sent me the thing about adding it to water. I was really bad with my eating yesterday (july4th). I always have problems with my morning sugar #, so I knew they would be high. I woke up and it was 186! I had soaked the water in the fridge the night before, so I drank it and checked my numbers two hrs later. I was shocked that it went down to 130!! I have been on metformin for a month and ate perfectly before the 4th. I havent been able to get my numbers below 144. It did make me sleepy after I took it so I'm going to try drinking before bed and see if it helps my morning #

  3. Homely54

    Hello Adees5, I have not tried Okra in water but i do cook with it. You can add okra to your diet in many ways, 1 of them is in Stewed tomato and okra, For flavor first saute turkey bacon in a teaspoon or so of olive oil, add onion, garlic cook til fragrant add canned stewed tomatoes and cook til heated and flavors mixed well then add your okra and cook to your desired tenderness. You can add this stew over top brown rice or wheat penne pasta, actually any wheat pasta so long as it'll capture up the sauce with each mouthful. Delish :)

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Comparison Of Nn5401 With Insulin Glargine, Both In Combination With Oral Antidiabetic Drugs, In Subjects With Type 2 Diabetes (boost™)

This trial is conducted in Africa, Asia, Europe and the United States of America (USA). The aim of this clinical trial is to compare NN5401 (insulin degludec/insulin aspart) with insulin glargine in patients with type 2 diabetes inadequately controlled with insulin and oral anti-diabetic drugs (OADs). Subjects continued their ongoing treatment with OADs in the trial. Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 465 participants Allocation: Randomized Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment Masking: None (Open Label) Primary Purpose: Treatment Official Title: A Trial Comparing Efficacy and Safety of NN5401 With Insulin Glargine, Both in Combination With Oral Antidiabetic Drugs in Subjects With Type 2 Diabetes (BOOST™ : INTENSIFY BASAL) Study Start Date : January 2010 Primary Completion Date : October 2010 Study Completion Date : October 2010 Secondary Outcome Measures : Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff usin Continue reading >>

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  1. fmitchelltx

    When I was first diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes years ago, I asked my doctor about Januvia. He was not a fan and said he did not feel that it worked. He gave me a sample bottle and I tried it. I did not see any difference at all. That doctor has since retired.
    I went to my current PCP last week. my A1C was high so my doctor added Januvia to my medicines (Lantus and Humalog). I told him at that time last week that I had tried Januvia before with no results. He wanted me to try it again. The doctors office submitted the RX to Optum RX and I received the medicine yesterday. I took one pill yesterday as directed. I went to bed last night with blood sugar sugar of 73. This morning I woke up with a blood sugar reading of 175. This has been my problem prior to taking Januvia. The other problem is that I am billed $140 for a 3 month RX of Januvia that I am now on the hook for.
    If it does not work, I am still having to pay for this prescription that does not work, I can't afford to do that.
    I have called the doctors office and am waiting om a return call.
    My question is, does Januvia work? I have only taken one pill but read on the internet that Januvia works immediately. What are your experiences with Januvia? Is there anything I can do since I do not believe it works? Is there a way to try other medicines that may work better without paying $140 to try? My doctor has never given me samples of any medicine. I do not know if he has samples.
    Any insight you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you.

  2. Goodgirl08

    Fmit, it should work, the reason your blood sugar is high in the morning is because you went to sleep your number was 75. That is kinda low to go to sleep with. You should of had a 15 grams of carbs. That would keep you from having a liver dump. How many units of insulin are you taking? Personally, I don't believe in diabetes pills. If, you are using insulin I don't see why you need both. Have you gone to a CDE before you started insulin?

  3. maryd98

    Hi, fmitchelltx‍
    I haven't taken Januvia myself, but....
    After reading your post, my gut reaction was that the problem is most likely related to diet-n-exercise rather than meds. I may be wrong, of course.
    I did a quick search to see if I could find other posts from you (to get a better idea of your situation) and I found an old one, from 2015, where you write...
    "I was having to ration my insulin intake for about 6 months, as I am in the coverage gap. That issue has been resolved and I have been back on my normal insulin dosages for a little over a month. My blood sugars are in normal ranges now.that I am back on my normal dosages of insulin."
    So now I'm wondering if there's been a change in the insulin dosing that has affected your BG numbers (and maybe that needs to be tweaked), or maybe other issues/circumstances have developed that have made you (more?) insulin resistant....or (back to my gut reaction) maybe it is a question of diet-n-exercise or something else that affects BG control (like stress, lack of sleep, etc).
    I think Goodgirl is right, BTW, that going to bed when your BG was 73 is probably what led to the high morning number...and that a bedtime snack would've been a good idea (in order to avoid your liver kicking in too much glucose while you slept, thus leading to a high BG number when you woke up).
    I didn't read every one of your earlier posts, but what I did read didn't mention anything about diet and/or exercise, so I have to wonder (based on this thread and what I did read of your earlier posts)...Are you working with a CDE (both re: insulin and diet/exercise)? What kind of diet and exercise plan do you follow?

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