Diabetes Medicine Options
Should I take diabetes medicine to manage my diabetes?
What do diabetes pills do?
What do these other non-insulin injectable medicines do?
What is insulin and how do you take it?
Where do I inject my diabetes medicine, and how do I store it?
Do you have questions about your diabetes medicines? Find out how diabetes medicines
work with your meal plan and physical activity to help you manage your blood sugar
If your blood sugar levels are above your recommended goal range or your
A1C is higher than your goal with meal planning and physical activity
alone, then you might need medicine for your diabetes. There are many medicines
available to treat diabetes.
The main types of diabetes medicines are:
Talk with your doctor or diabetes care team to find out which diabetes medicine
is right for you.
FlexPen®, Levemir®, Novolin®, and NovoLog®NovoLog®,
and Victoza® are registered trademarks of Novo Nordisk
Bydureon™ is a trademark and Byetta® and Symlin®
are registered trademarks of Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Humalog®
and Humulin® are registered trademarks and KwikPen™ is a trademark
of Eli Lilly and Company. Apidra®, Lantus®, and SoloSTAR®
are registered trademarks of sanofi-aventis U.S. LLC.
FlexPen®, Levemir®, Novolin®, y NovoLog®NovoLog®,
y Victoza® son marcas registradas de Novo Nordisk
Bydureon™ es una marca, y Byetta® y Symlin® son marcas registradas
de Amylin Pharmaceutical, Inc. Humalog® y Humulin® son marcas registradas, y KwikPen™
es una marca de Eli Lilly and company. Apidra®, Lantus® y SoloSTAR® son marcas registradas
de sanofi-aventis U.S. LLC.