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Other Medications from 1999

  1. Someone told her Zoloft has been linked to newborn diabetes and death and this has caused her to stop taking it. (13 Dec 1999)
  2. Can erythromycin [an antibiotic] interact with insulin or rate of digestion to cause low blood sugar levels? (13 Dec 1999)
  3. Can I give my Type 1 diabetic 5 year old over-the-counter fever reducers that presumably contain sugar? (29 Nov 1999)
  4. Should he avoid the flu shot (advised for diabetics) because of being immunosuppressed? (30 Oct 1999)
  5. Does Lidocaine Ointment (5%) modify the effect of insulin? (27 Oct 1999)
  6. Is there a sugar free paracetamol available that she can take without affecting her diabetes? (27 Oct 1999)
  7. I would like to know what effect potassium has on NPH insulin. (7 Oct 1999)
  8. Several months ago our son had two teeth filled at the dentist and received several units of a local freezing compound called Articaine. (11 Aug 1999)
  9. What is the current status or recommendations of therapy with lipid lowering agents in children and in children with diabetes? (11 Aug 1999)
  10. What type of allergy medication can he take that will not increase his blood sugar levels? (29 Jul 1999)
  11. My wife has Type 2 diabetes and would like to take St. John's Wort to help relieve stress. (30 Jun 1999)
  12. My 17 year old friend wants to start using steroids. Will they have any effect on his diabetes? (30 May 1999)
  13. Several weeks ago, her pediatrician prescribed prednisilone. This sent her blood glucose soaring. (27 May 1999)
  14. Does Pramlintide (Amylin) taken with insulin provide better control? (4 Apr 1999)
  15. Is there a list of antibiotics available that can be given to diabetics? (19 Mar 1999)
  16. A week ago her doctor put her on clonidine for ADHD. From the first pill, a significant drop in her blood sugar levels. (8 Feb 1999)
  17. This past summer, my son completed a 6 month course of Accutane. Today we found out that his blood sugar is 265. (24 Jan 1999)
  18. The recent edition of Consumer Reports notes that taking echinacea could "theoretically" be problematic for type 1 diabetics. (20 Jan 1999)
  19. How do I lower my triglyceride level? (11 Jan 1999)

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