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Top 10 Search Results for "Trulicity side effects"

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Anyone Taking Trulicity?

Anyone Taking Trulicity?

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.

posted 29 days ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

I take trulicity and have no issues with it. Remember there are side effects with any drug you take but there is also side effects with uncontroled diabetes, damage to internal organs neuropathy… read more

posted 29 days ago

Is There Different Types Of Type 2 Diabetes?

Is There Different Types Of Type 2 Diabetes?

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

posted 8 months ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

@A DiabetesTeam Member the reason all those drug classes (GLP-1/DPP-4) say not to use if you are Type 1 is because they try to work by Improving your own insulin production.

If you are Type 1 your… read more

posted 7 months ago

Trulicty Injections Weekly

Trulicty Injections Weekly

has anyone been on this before? if so how good is it?

posted almost 2 years ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

I started 1.5 Trulicity two months ago and was so sick I lay on the couch for ten days. Finally I called my endocrinologist and he switched it to .75 Trulicity. Much better and numbers are lower… read more

posted over 1 year ago

Once Weekly Injections

Once Weekly Injections

I asked my Doc about Ozempic he thought it would be a good idea, but my insurance company and prescription assistance turned it down due to a shortage of the drug, they suggested Trulicity. So Now I am on Trulicity, and they swapped my Soliqua for Lantus, I'm on Faxiga AND Glipizide and Humalog. I'm lucky I can stand, I am nauseas all the time, I get a headache right after my Trulicity injection, I get really dizzy too (bran fog anyone?)

Question: What is the difference between Ozempic and Tread more

posted 2 months ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

@A DiabetesTeam Member I started at the higher dose and it hasn't gotten easier, but I manage it better, it's really bad the first day and by day three the symptoms tapper to an annoyance. The… read more

posted 2 months ago

How Do You Assess Your Level Of Treatment

How Do You Assess Your Level Of Treatment

There are lots of ways to reach an a1c. Some methods leave wide swings. Some leave very little margin for error. Some involve one medication. Some involve many. So which is right for you and how will you decide? I've been mulling this over for a while. With my old doctor, I was on more frequent insulin but needed to walk 5 miles a day to get anywhere a good number at all, and still spiked into the 380s every day. This new endo has switched my medication and I take "more," but my numbers have… read more

edited, originally posted over 5 years ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

My last ac1 was 5.7. Who knows what it is going to be. Have had a neuropathy attack on my feet going up to my knees and a accident breaking my gabs cal bone and a rib. No fun. Sitting and doing… read more

posted 10 months ago

Hi, My Doctor Has Put Me On TRULICITY Has Anyone Used This? And How Has It Worked? I Hate Taking New Med's

Hi, My Doctor Has Put Me On TRULICITY Has Anyone Used This? And How Has It Worked? I Hate Taking New Med's

posted about 4 years ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

I am on my 4th week now, the only issue so far is not going to the bathroom and food taste like crap lol I guess that's one good thing for me. have blood work in Dec. will see how that goes. Good… read more

posted almost 4 years ago

I Am On Trulicity Injections Once A Week And I’m Having A Very Difficult Time With The Side Effects.

I Am On Trulicity Injections Once A Week And I’m Having A Very Difficult Time With The Side Effects.

I’m taking Trulicity injections once a week and the side effects are kickin my butt. Vomiting at least one day a week sometimes more and multiple times that day. Disgusting “sour burps” leading up the the vomiting. Almost constantly feeling generally ill and some diarrhea as well. It’s affecting my work and everyday life and I just can’t stand it anymore. Any advice on these side effects would be greatly appreciated.

posted over 4 years ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

Thank you, I think I will do that.

posted over 4 years ago

Ozempic

Ozempic

Has anyone type 2 ever tried Ozempic as a medication? Doctor has asked me if I want to try it since diet and exercise is not working to loose some pounds.

posted over 4 years ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

Was vomiting everyday that I had to quit it.

posted about 2 years ago

How The Heck Does The Doctor Decide What To Prescribe For Diabetics?

How The Heck Does The Doctor Decide What To Prescribe For Diabetics?

Some may see the Doctor as some all knowing Oracle that uses a crystal ball to decide what prescriptions to write to treat our Type 2 diabetes.

The truth is, unless your diabetes doesn't follow the "rules" and you need the help of an Endocrinologist, they use a "flow chart" that most highschool kids could follow well enough to write the scripts.

Primary/Family Doc's don't even need to know how to spell Diabetes in order to treat it because the worlds leading experts have "written the rules"… read more

posted 9 months ago
A DiabetesTeam Member said:

I'm actually surprised that people are averse to insulin. When I found out last May. I just assumed I would be on insulin forever. I am now on Lantus Trulicity and Metformin. Yes, would I like to… read more

posted 8 months ago