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Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV Inhibitor. Januvia Sitagliptin in Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

There is considerable interest in the dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP-IV) medications for type 2 diabetes treatment because, as a class, dipeptidyl peptidase IV drugs such as Januvia 25 mg pills (sitagliptin) appear to be well tolerated by people on type 2 diabetes treatment and can be used efficiently as monotherapy or as combination therapy together with Metformin (Glucophage, Fortamet, Glumetza drugs) oral diabetic medications. Beneficial effects of Januvia (sitagliptin) and dipeptidyl peptidase IV inhibitors as class on the pancreas beta-cell function raise the possibility that these sitagliptin agents of DPP-IV inhibitors may be able to modify the natural history of type 2 diabetes, given that Januvia used in proper type 2 diabetes treatment plan.

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Children and Adolescents with Type 2 Sugar Diabetes

Type 2 sugar diabetes results from a combination of malfunctioning insulin action in the body, and decreased insulin production in the pancreas. Type 2 sugar diabetes symptoms is often associated with high blood cholesterol and triglycerides and high blood pressure. It is also a serious risk of development of heart attack or stroke. In the past, Type 2 sugar diabetes was much less common in children and adolescents, but now it is not true anymore. With youth obesity on the rise, Type 2 sugar diabetes quickly gain ground in that category. Obesity in young people is a major risk fact or that predispose them to Type 2 sugar diabetes.

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Exenatide in Combination Therapy. Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

 Bydureon exenatide or Byetta exenatide are novel GLP-1 (Glucagon-like Peptide-1) incretin mimetic hormone FDA approved for use in type 2 diabetes treatment. Byetta (exenatide) and Bydureon (exenatide) are used in combination therapy to improve blood glucose control in people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes who are taking sulfonylureas, a metformin, a thiazolidinediones (TZDs), a combination of metformin and thiazolidinediones, or a combination of sulfonylureas and metformin.

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Managing Type 2 Diabetes with Insulin

Managing Type 2 diabetes is certainly not an easy undertaking. Diabetes diasease has the progressive nature and nearly all people with Type 2 diabetes will eventually require insulin injections to keep their blood glucose levels under control. Type 2 diabetes is in no way “a simple form of diabetes” as many may think.

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Metformin and Type 2 Diabetes. Prescription Metformin for Diabetes Management

The best outcomes for Type 2 diabetes management have been noted when intensive diabetes treatment is initiated early in the course of the diabetes disease. But there are many other treatment options for Type 2 diabetes and one of those is sugar-lowering oral drugs. Metformin is one of those drugs taken to lower blood glucose levels.

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Managing Type 2 Diabetes. How To Manage Type 2 Diabetes?

It is known that not everyone diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus needs insulin injections on daily basis or pills. There are many methods to manage type 2 diabetes. Majority of newly diagnosed people can manage their diabetes using tailored diet plan and exercise plan, without any medications. Really, for many people with type 2 diabetes eating healthy low fat food in conciously sized servings pared with regular exercises and overall physical activity would be enough to keep their glucose levels normal. Other need to add to this oral mediacations for diabetes such as metformin and (or) insulin injections. (Does anyone can tell me about diabetes drug Januvia?)

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Oral Diabetes Medications. Medications for Diabetes. Part 1

There are many different kind of oral medications for diabetes disease. Please remember that only your doctor can prescribe you certain medications and this article is for information purpose only. Refer to your doctor! Although many people with type 2 diabetes can achieve blood glucose level control using special diabetic diet and exercise routine, sometimes help from oral mediacations is called for. But remember that no medications can substitute for healthy diet and exercise in your diabetes management plan.

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