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What type 2 oral diabetes medication do you take?
Sulfonylurea drugs (e.g., Glucotrol, Diabinese, Glynase, Amaryl).
 
Biguanide drugs (e.g., Glucophage, metformin).
 
Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors (e.g., Precose, Glyset).
 
Thiazolidinedione drugs (e.g., Avandia, Actos).
 
Meglitinide drugs (e.g., Prandin, Starlix).
 
A combination of different drug types.
 
None. I manage my type 2 diabetes without oral medication.
 
None. I have type 1 diabetes.
 

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by Nicole Purcell
This past weekend was a whole lot of diabetes weird. I've finally gotten into a good rhythm with my Lantus rate - settling in with a 70-30 nighttime-morning split of the total dose. My bolus dosing seems to be pretty much on the money too. I'm avoiding huge swings... Though lows are creeping up more often, I think because summer traditionally is a lower basal rate time, owing to warmer weather, increased activity and sweat, as we get closer to the warmer days I just need less insulin in the...