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Pills for Diabetes from 2009

  1. My daughter's new endocrinologist has recommended metformin to help my daughter improve her A1c and have lower blood sugar levels. Is this really safe for someone with type 1? (26 Dec 2009)
  2. Despite Glucovance, diet and exercise, my blood sugars were elevated. Now on Glucophage and Amaryl, I see no difference. Is my pancreas slowly dying? (2 Dec 2009)
  3. Which diabetic conditions and diabetic medicines can slightly lower blood pH? (3 Jun 2009)
  4. Can metformin's effect be attributed just to its acidic (lactic) effect causing vasodilation and more transcapillary movements of glucose and insulin? (3 Jun 2009)
  5. Can oral medications for diabetes and exogenous insulin cause some instability or impairment in endogenous insulin's production and secretion? (15 May 2009)
  6. What can you tell me about the dosing of metformin in children? A friend has indicated that her 12-year-old's dose was increased to 1500 mg. (6 May 2009)
  7. What are the possible side effects of taking metformin regarding lactic acid? (8 Mar 2009)

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