REPAGLINIDE: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

Prandin (repaglinide) for Diabetes, Type 2: “There is a generic brand called Repaglinide if you are looking for the lower costs. Most insurances will cover this. I was on metformin for a couple of years only to be running to the bathroom every time I used it. This product has little side effects and works better.”

Bill 123450 December 7, 2017

For Diabetes, Type 2: “Wow, dropped glucose from 220 to 70 in two hours. (1mg.) I am pretty sensitive to medication and I don’t really feel any side effects so far. Been battling a sinus infection for a few months and of course having a hard time controlling glucose, so this is great. I got myself off of my low dose of daily Lantus a few months ago, frankly, scary stuff if you misfire and get all of the insulin dose at once (Lantus crystallizes in fat and if you miss you are in for about 4 hours of low sugar). I would MUCH prefer just taking one of these pills to being on 16u of Lantus!”

Squidz (taken for less than 1 month) December 18, 2016

For Diabetes, Type 2: “Worked well, but I got low blood sugar a few times”

abruce77 (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 16, 2015

Prandin (repaglinide) for Diabetes, Type 2: “Took metformin to no effect for six years. In six weeks Prandin has dropped me into the 90s, something I thought I would never see. Doctor admits being surprised by the results and has taken me off insulin pen. Overall results are remarkable. Supposed to take three 0.5 mg but usually just take two, three knocks me down to where I have to eat ice cream. That’s not so bad though, just unexpected.”

Eisman June 21, 2011

Prandin (repaglinide) for Diabetes, Type 2: “I have been using Prandin for about 4 months and it has made a huge difference in my sugar. I would definitely recommend asking your doctor about it.”

Dfpanl April 18, 2011

Prandin (repaglinide) for Diabetes, Type 2: “Have had best results with sugar spikes with this medication. Love it.”

Anonymous February 8, 2011

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