Januvia 50 In Type 2 Diabetes

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Harishankar Says:
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I was on Amaryl 2, Metformin 500. As there was no relief I was given Janumet and afterwards Januvia 100. After use of 1 yr + I was given one Ty..... (said to be a product of Japanese research and less costly - but there was no relief), Hb1c is now 8.5. So again back to Januvia 50 x 2. But apparently there is no palpable result. I do also take Rosuvastatin 20, Clopidogrel 75, Aspirin 150, Sertaline 100, Gabapin NT, Neurofit 12, Ifin,... I have acute lower backaches and my waist often gets locked. And severe breathing trouble (for which I use a Foracort inhaler).



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