Has your pharmacist ever suggested that you could save money by switching to a generic diabetes medication instead of the brand name your health professional has recommended? Most of us have been in this situation and may have had slight concerns about whether to follow the advice.
Oral diabetes medications work in different ways and can have slightly different effects on different individuals. There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
You care about a friend or family member with diabetes, and start noticing changes in their routine. Perhaps they keep forgetting to take their medications, for example. Or even worse, they stop taking them altogether. The secret culprit could be side-effects.
Did you know that how medication is injected, where medication is injected and what medication is injected with is as important as the medication itself?