Hi, sometimes I go in and he says next time. I think he goEd by when the United Health Care will pay for it. Not positive. Just had the latest last week. The 2 A1C tests before were 8 weeks apart or so. Both were 6.9 the very highest it was is 7.5 but then for no reason dropped below 7 As mentioned. I asked about the tv add Trilicity or Ozempic and he said no. But I’m very serious about stopping any anti diabetes meds should I get sick again. We kept telling her m and his staff about the constant runs and seems they ignored it as a side effect everyone gets. But my wife went down there and blasted them then got a response. Dr called at 5pm told him I came close to throwing up and said go tomER then said first wait 2 hours and halt all meds at once. Few hours later he called back I said feeling better and he called pharmacy up and I got the Glimepiride. I gotta say I’m am completely fed up with this type 2 stuff. I really am.Nice to see you back, Ratter51.
Some people do have trouble adjusting to metformin's digestive effects. And, for some people, met is not enough to manage their blood glucose.
I'm glad the glimepride seems to be working for you. The jump in A1c is a little surprising since it usually covers a 12-week interval, but let's hope the glimepride takes care of that. Do you have another A1c scheduled?