by NIDDK, National Institutes of Health, National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse in Bethesda, MD .
Written in English
|Series||NIH publication -- no. 99-4222|
|Contributions||National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
Many people with chronic (lifelong) diseases like diabetes do not take their medicines correctly. This puts them at risk of more serious health problems. There are more than 30 different medicines for diabetes. They can be taken by mouth, needle, or pump. People with diabetes may need many medicines at once to help them. Doctors choose. 77 rows Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes and is characterized by high levels of . In people with Type 1 diabetes, the pancreas doesn’t produce insulin. People with Type 2 diabetes produce insulin, but their bodies don’t use it properly. Over time, people with Type 2 diabetes may also produce less insulin. Various types of insulin may be prescribed for both types of diabetes to help regulate blood glucose. Tip Sheets for People with Diabetes Improving Medication Taking. Covers the importance of taking medications as prescribed and offers strategies for remembering to take medicines on time and in the correct way. English. Download. Español. Download. My Medicines Checklist.
The drugs already discussed are designed for people who have type 2 diabetes. There is also a drug that contains a higher dose of liraglutide (Saxenda) that's approved for the treatment of obesity in people who don't have diabetes. If you have diabetes and wonder if one of these drugs may be helpful for you, talk to your doctor. American Diabetes Association. Crystal Drive, Suite Arlington, VA For donations by mail: P.O. Box Merrifield, VA DIABETES. Diabetes Drugs. In this Article In this Article In this Article. The following are some of the diabetes drugs available in the U.S.: The following are some of the diabetes drugs available in the U.S. The list of medications for type 2 diabetes is long and potentially confusing. Learning about these drugs — how they're taken, what they do and what side effects they may cause — will help you discuss treatment options with your doctor.
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