Diabetes Meds

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Meg Says:


I started taking Januvia together with metformin. After a few days i started getting a burning sensation in my arms. After taking januvia for about 20 days I went back to my doctor and she removed the januvia but I still get a burning sensation. Is the januvia still in my system and how long before it goes out?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Meg! How are you doing? Do you still have the burning sensation?

What are your normal blood sugar levels?

The burning sensation could be due to nerve damage, from the diabetes, rather than a medication side effect.

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Mohamed Says:
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I'm from Sri Lanka and I want to use "m 21 Diabetes medicine".

How can I get it?
How much does it cost?
Do any pharmacies carry it in Sri Lanka?

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