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  1. Well my diabetic nurse and doctor at Lincoln County Hospital put me first on a new drug called Dulaglu tide 1.5 mg and it is a brand new drug was not asked permission for use of it was not told about the side effects and the same goes for next new drug Sita glip tin.
    I had real problems with dulaglu tide I was very I, ll my digestion completely stopped I am passing significant amounts of blood in my urine also suffer a lot of constipation.
    If the diabetic doctors and nurses intend trying new drugs on patients their should be a consent form and to be told about any side effects.
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