Difference between glipizide and metformin

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I did find it interesting but if there is any connection between Metformin and Alzheimer's disease I doubt very much that it applies to short term use. I would guess that if there is a connection it would be with long term usage. I am diabetic so I probably have more interest in this subject than most. I don't use Metformin however.
I have been taking this for two days now and I do not see a difference. My question is what could her concern be for me to not take the Novolog? She stated weight gain. Although from what I read about Starlix a main side effect is weight gain. Why did she send me to her nurse practioner and then not trust her opinion? I am currently looking for another doctor. There is a wonderful endocrinologist that I am trying to see but he is not taking new patients at the moment.
although I’m still maxed out on metformin, and I also take glipizide and actos. Still have some funky depression stuff going on too; I’m not sure if I can attribute this to Tx drugs or not. Not terrible, but definitely present If I had to guess my viral status based on how I feel, I'd have bad news for myself.
, One is the hardest to deal with, I know pregnant woman can get gestational type 2, So then Mike would 2 mean nutrition is and weight can still control it? There is a huge difference between one and two.. So if I am reading this right, HBV is more the key?
Unfortunately, the only feedback I can control is my own. Actual thyroid isn't such a mystery; what I find to be the mystery is that doctor are willing to keep so many patients ill, simply because they are stuck on the TSH test. Keeping in mind that some symptoms can "cross over" between hyper and hypo, your symptoms prior to surgery were pretty typical of hypo. You had your FT3 and FT4 levels posted in another thread that I responded to this morning. Levels are: TSH .99 (.
I was taking 40 units of Lantus nightly, and 1000mg metformin. I am no longer taking Lantus but, I am still on metformin. Five months on Victoza I lost 32 pounds. Today I have lost a total of 48 pounds. A1C went from 8.2 to 6.7. Victoza does decrease your appetite tremendously; I have to force myself to eat at times. But, I also realized after not eating so much (stomach shrinkage) it becomes hard to overeat….which is a good thing for me. Victoza has been a Blessing for me.
"Mike, how is the maintenance dose treating you?" It's interferon so it's not much fun. I haven't felt much difference between the 90 mcg and 180 mcg but my riba dose is miniscule - 200 mg daily - so anemia isn't an issue and that improves my overall feeling of well-being. In short-it's tolerable. "What's going on with your VL and LFTs?" My viral load has never been serum detectable since April 2003. I just had a Quest PCR on 9/25 and it was undetectable.
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