BYETTA: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Diabetes, Type 2 “my diabetes educator gave me all the info on byetta but my doctor won’t prescribe it. I’m dying here as I get fatter and suffer numbers as high as 26 …”

deb8ken February 18, 2018

For Diabetes, Type 2 “10 months and 36 kilos lighter sugar controlled hba1c 5.8 amazing medicine take byetta and metformin”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 2 years) August 15, 2017

For Diabetes, Type 2 “Just started Byetta this week. No nausea! I am tired but only in the evening. I usually sleep 7 hours a night, and during this first week am sleeping 9 hours a night. I am eating FAR less and feeling completely satisfied. I am HOPEFUL…”

photogalSeattle July 28, 2017

For Diabetes, Type 2 “This drug put me in hospital with pancreatitis – twice, I felt like I was dying. I talked my doctor into prescribing it, wish it would have worked, it was good for weight loss .”

bobbybell May 18, 2017

For Diabetes, Type 2 “Numbness on the leg after injection from the knee cap to nearly the groin and around the side of the leg”

Jude waite March 27, 2017

For Diabetes, Type 2 “I have being on Byetta 5mcg&Lantus 3mths I’ve had constant nausea which varies in severity. I haven’t had a reduction of bgl they are still quiet high; I am not at all sure whether both meds have really worked for me over the past 3mths&my diabetic educator thinks the same&my endocrinologist will most likely change my meds altogether next review. In one week i’m going on 10mcg…I hope that it works but not holding my breath – I’ve never had the brilliant results that others on here have had – the nausea has never gone away but the earlier dizziness did…although it hasn’t worked for me I believe that it’s worth trying, I did have hopes that worked for me, there are other meds & I will get my bgl’s in a normal range&lower my HbA1c”

aussie-girl (taken for 1 to 6 months) November 30, 2016

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