Joanne's Blog – May 2009 Archive (1)

Just wish I could find answers.

I have been struggling for the last year or so with a treatment plan that just doesn't show any changes. I started on Byetta 10mcg about a year ago along with 500mg of Metformin bid and 2 mg Amaryl bid. My A1C came down 0.2 (WOW) now its 6.1. My sugars range from 115-180. Have not lost any weight with the Byetta.



Have had alot of stress with my husband's company making big paycuts vs layoffs and our new insurance this year is really bad and we pay alot out of pocket, so in turn we… Continue

Added by Joanne on May 29, 2009 at 8:38pm — 5 Comments

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