Trulicity For Diabetes

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carl Says:


Starting in mid-July will Trulicity (0.75mg) be available?

It is marketed for use in treating type 2 diabetes.


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Verwon Says:

It is already available in the U.S. It is not recommended as the first choice for treating diabetes, and it must be combined with proper diet and exercise. It is not an insulin, it works differently.

The FDA warns that it may cause pancreatic inflammation, kidney failure, severe stomach problems, hypoglycemia, nausea, diarrhea, and decreased appetite.

.75mg NDC code: 0002-1433

1.5mg NDC code: 0002-1434

It is used once a week.

Was your pharmacy out of it?

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