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Ok here's my story. Lost 30 lbs (yay me) I have been taking Janumet and Metformin and it absolutely tore me up so he changed me to Onglyza and I hate it. Numbers are all over the place and I stay hungry on this. So after a week I started my janumet and metformin again to see what it does. Well it's back to what it was so I am getting very frustrated and ready to tell my doc "not afraid of insulin".
 

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Insulin works. Have you tried just the met or just the janumet?
Medication is 1 of 3 parts, part 2 is food what do you eat? Part 3 is exercise?
 
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Ok here's my story. Lost 30 lbs (yay me) I have been taking Janumet and Metformin and it absolutely tore me up so he changed me to Onglyza and I hate it. Numbers are all over the place and I stay hungry on this. So after a week I started my janumet and metformin again to see what it does. Well it's back to what it was so I am getting very frustrated and ready to tell my doc "not afraid of insulin".
Ok-heres my story-about 10 weeksago I was 315lbs and not really caring about
myself-basically my family took me to the emergency room-they told me I had
type2 diabetes-then after I got out of the hospital took better care of myself
everyday-walking-eating healthy-cutting down on my 2 pack a day cigarrette without any patch or nicotine gum-my mind got to be 100 PERCENT positive and I have lost 70lbs in 10 weeks!
Heres my facebook page by the way
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think about then check out my facebook page!!!!
I said on this forum that diabetes was the best thing that happened to me!!! And I meant it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LOVE ALMOST EVERYBODY
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Ok here's my story. Lost 30 lbs (yay me) I have been taking Janumet and Metformin and it absolutely tore me up so he changed me to Onglyza and I hate it. Numbers are all over the place and I stay hungry on this. So after a week I started my janumet and metformin again to see what it does. Well it's back to what it was so I am getting very frustrated and ready to tell my doc "not afraid of insulin".
Eating too many carbs can cause our bg to rollercoaster whether we are on meds or not. How many carbs are you eating per day/per meal? Are you eating fruit, whole grains, bread, corn, pasta, rice, etc? Those are just a few of the things that can shoot up our bg.
 
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