I was diagnosed 10 years ago with type 2 and once I began seeing my endo. Dr. she recommended I take Byetta. I was on it for a few years, then she changed my medications to Humalog 50-70 units 3x a day and Levemir 50 units 2x a day and took me off the Byetta because my blood sugars were horrible at that time. At my last visit with her a few weeks ago, she said at my next visit, which is in 2 months, we would talk about going back on Byetta. My numbers haven't been that great I guess but usually between 100-180, rarely in the 200's anymore. I am unsure if taking 3 different types of insulin is healthy or necessary. I know Byetta is not really considered an insulin but it sorta is. I am open to the idea of going back on it if it will help with weight loss or better control over my blood sugar. But I don't think when I took it before it helped much with weight maybe 5-10lbs max which I fluctuate around there all the time anyways. So I guess my question is, is anyone else taking multiple insulin shots on top of taking Byetta? Is there a risk in taking so many different types or amounts other than low blood sugar? Do I really want to add 2 more shots to my already 5 shots a day? Any advice?