Other Medications from 2006
- Is there really a difference in cardiovascular risk for a diabetic using a progestin-only birth control pill versus the traditional combination pill? (17 Dec 2006)
- Recently, my daughter, who takes Adderall, had a low blood sugar. And, she is tired. Is it from the blood sugar and/or the medicine? (3 Dec 2006)
- Isn't there some evidence that suggests a link between Accutane and pancreatitis? And, doesn't that often lead to diabetes? (1 Dec 2006)
- When will Symlin be available in pen form? (29 Nov 2006)
- Do antidepressants affect glucose control? Do they cause someone to change their insulin dose? (28 Nov 2006)
- Diagnosed with type 1 and Grave's disease recently, our young daughter is allergic to Tapazol. She is now on PTU. Will she also be allergic to it? (7 Nov 2006)
- I've read that terbulatine can raise blood sugars, but our pediatrician and pediatric endocrinologist disagreed. Why does it say this on the Internet and information pamphlet? (18 Oct 2006)
- A few years after being on Accutane, I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. When asking about the correlation, why are we ignored? (6 Jul 2006)
- Does diabetes affect your growth? I have poor control since I'm on growth hormones. What will make it easier for me to control my blood sugar? (29 Jun 2006)
- Is Byetta approved for type 1 diabetes, since they suspect that it may cause the pancreas to regenerate/repair cells? (27 Jun 2006)
- How can I find out how many carbohydrates are in Keflex so I can titrate my daughter's insulin accordingly? (22 Jun 2006)
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