has anyone been on this before? if so how good is it?
I was finally controlled and off all insulin and one oral medication after 4 years! Now unable to get it, i am way out of control again. Anyone else having issues getting it?
Hi all. I am on medicare. I'm also on Trulicity. Do any of you know a program that can help with copay assistance for this medicine. I went to Trulicity website but could not get the coupon because I had insurance. Thanks
I don't know if you would qualify but have you looked at the extra help for medicare. You can find the info online. Just type in extra help for medicare. I have it and pay $10.85 for a prescription… read more
Thanks for the info.
Is anyone else having a problem with their Trulicity prescription? I have been unable to get Trulicity 4.5. I was able to get a 1.5 thru another pharmacy. It is very frustrating. I have been told that it is a national issue and may take several months to overcome.
I already have IBS and the daily struggle of living with lower GI misery. What are the odds this medicine is not going to cause me more pain and suffering???
Hi I was taking Trulicity which was helping I was on my hubby insurance and was paying $25 a month then I went on my insurance and they want $500 plus a month any advice would be appreciated thanks!
Hi David I have tried that and different meds that are like or compared to but insurance does not cover much at all. So I’m on the hunt for any information, advice, resources!!ty
I keep my insulin in the fridge and allow it to adjust to room tempature before using it. I would ask a health professional or a pharmacy clerk about the four hour concern...😃
We tend to lump things together.
At first there was just Juvenile Diabetes or Sugar Diabetes.
Then (they) renamed them to Type 1 and Type 2.
About 20 years ago the terms Type 1.5 (which later was renamed LADA) and Type 3 (Diabetes with Diabetes Dementia - but that term is still not fully accepted yet) were added.
But is Type 2 simply Type 2?
The answer is NO. Not all Type 2's are the same and we can be "sub-grouped".
Here is the recognized "sub-types" of Type 2:
Severe insulin-deficient… read more
@A DiabetesTeam Member I hadn't heard that at all so I just took a look (I have access to a few "libraries" of studies).
The most current "published" study I could find was released in 2018 and it… read more
Hello, Is anyone taking trulicity. Any side effects? I have a prescription for it, but reading about what it could cause has me worried. Also, if you are allergic to it you have a week's worth in your system.