Has your healthcare team talked to you about adding insulin to your treatment regimen? Many people have different thoughts about starting insulin.
There are many different types of insulin available today; some of them may make people more prone to episodes of hypoglycemia. Read this expert blog to learn about the onset and action of insulins used to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
When a person is diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, their A1C at that time determines how their condition should initially be managed.
Medications that lower cholesterol are an important component of diabetes management. Read about medications that lower cholesterol, and managing the side effects of cholesterol-lowering medications in this expert blog.
Birth control is an important issue for a woman with diabetes, as there are greater risks to the woman and her baby if the pregnancy is unplanned. Knowing the options and choosing the best birth control method is critical to ensure good reproductive health.
Metformin, which is used to treat type 2 diabetes, is a medicine in a class called “biguanides.” It lowers blood sugar levels by decreasing the amount of glucose that your liver releases into the bloodstream.