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Common Type 2 Diabetes Medication Treatments

Managing your Type 2 Diabetes is vital if you want to avoid complications. Every person with Diabetes will need to manage their symptoms in different ways. While diet and exercise may work for some, sometimes medications are needed in addition to diet and exercise. With several types of medications available, both oral and injectables, you and your doctor need to decide which would work best for you. Type 2 Diabetes treatments are available through a mail order pharmacy.

Oral Medications

There are many types of oral medications, most available through a mail order pharmacy, that are used to manage Type 2 Diabetes.

Metformin

is one of the most commonly prescribed oral medications. It works by telling your liver to store some of the glucose your body naturally produces.

Meglitinides & Sulfonylureas

help your body to produce more insulin in the pancreas.

DPP-4 Inhibitors

tell your body to break down the hormones your body produces. With these hormones broken down more effectively, it can trigger insulin production in the pancreas. This helps mostly with glucose reduction after a meal. This can be extremely beneficial as blood sugar usually spikes after eating. Alpha-glucosidase Inhibitors also help to curb blood sugar spikes after meals.

Thiazolidinedione, TZDs &Glitazones

help to reduce the insulin resistance in cells so the pancreas doesn’t need to work as hard producing it.

SGLT2 Inhibitors

help your body remove excess glucose when urinating.

You and your doctor can work together to decide which medications will best manage your Type 2 Diabetes symptoms. For convenience, a mail order pharmacy can provide you with these medications easily and quickly.

Injectable Medications

Sometimes oral medications aren’t enough or don’t work, so injectable Type 2 Diabetes medications are used. These are available through a mail order pharmacy just like oral medications.

GLP-1 Receptor Agonists

help the pancreas to produce more insulin more effectively than some oral medications, which may help you manage symptoms.

Insulin

is a common Type 2 Diabetes treatment and one of the most common injectables available. It works by supplementing the insulin produced by the pancreas, if it produces any at all. If your body requires more insulin and other medications aren’t effective in stimulating its production, this injectable medication may be necessary. It is also available from a mail order pharmacy, which can make it much easier to manage Type 2 Diabetes.

Using a Mail Order Pharmacy

A mail order pharmacy can help you effectively manage your Type 2 Diabetes with the proper medications prescribed by your doctor. Be sure to talk to both your doctor and a knowledgeable pharmacist if you have questions about the Type 2 Diabetes treatments you have been prescribed.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as an advice for any individual case or situation.

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