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Tymlos and Blood Sugar

I have been on Tymlos for 12 months. Over the last few months I am having problems with high blood sugars and a high A1C. I have never had a problem with this before. I am wondering if anyone else has had this issue before? My doctor put me on medication for pre-diabetes. ## Hello. I have not taken the meds you are on but I have a somewhat similar issue aside from that. I had a triple bypass several months ago . I had blood work done and my Dr is saying I have high blood sugars and A1C. He put me on Metformin! I have never had diabetes! ## Elevated blood sugars are not listed as a known side effect of Tymlos. Typically, the FDA warns that it may cause nausea, dizziness, headache, and palpitations. Ref: Tymlos Information DIabetes, and PreDiabetes can develop at any age, but making some ...

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Tymlos - the new approved drug

I have been prescribed Tymlos but my insurance denied me. I'm in the appeal process and my dr. says we could start Reclast if I am again denied. Any suggestions on how to obtain Tymlos? And does anyone have experience with Reclast? ## I get my Tymlos free. I had no Rx Insurance. I am retired and on Medicare. My arthritis Dr sent in an application for me and I was approved. You might ask your Dr's office as they should know how to apply for help. You might not get it free but if your insurance denied you then you may get a significant amount of help... Does anyone have any experience with this drug? After my first shot, I had lower back pains and a mild headache. ## I have Been taking tymlos for two months. Feel more stiff than before use. My co pay first two months was $415 per ...

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Cost and Efficacy of Tymlos

Does anyone have coverage for Tymlos? Is there any way to be able to afford the cost? Has anyone felt they have benefited from this drug? ## Whether or not anyone has coverage is going to depend on their insurer, some plans cover it, some do not. As to the cost, there are some savings programs available from the manufacturer, if you qualify. Can you post back with basic information on what insurance coverage you have? If so, I can find more information for you. The FDA has approved it for the treatment of women who have suffered a recent fracture due to osteoporosis, to help reduce the risk of future fractures. The side effects are listed as possibly including dizziness, orthostatic hypotension, headache, fatigue, and heart palpitations. Can anyone that's been on this medication chi...

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