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Other Medications from 2006

  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. Isn't there some evidence that suggests a link between Accutane and pancreatitis? And, doesn't that often lead to diabetes? (1 Dec 2006)
  4. When will Symlin be available in pen form? (29 Nov 2006)
  5. Do antidepressants affect glucose control? Do they cause someone to change their insulin dose? (28 Nov 2006)
  6. 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)
  7. 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)
  8. 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)
  9. 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)
  10. Is Byetta approved for type 1 diabetes, since they suspect that it may cause the pancreas to regenerate/repair cells? (27 Jun 2006)
  11. 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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