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Bydureon injection

Discussion in 'Incretin Mimetics' started by bobby macdonald, Apr 11, 2016.

  1. bobby macdonald

    bobby macdonald Type 2 · Member

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    Hi, I'm type 2 biabetic and was struggling with my blood glucose levels going too high.My diabetic nurse put me on Bydureon 2mg injections,one a week with fantastic results!
    Before the injection I had terrible cravings for sweet things and all the foods you shouldn't eat and feeling hungry all the time.Now, the cravings have gone,not feeling hungry all the time,,eating well but not craving for sugary foods.Yes I have put a lot of work into what I eat and don't eat but I'm not finding it a problem.My blood glucose readings have gone from 15-17 average down to about 5-6 average and I've lost weight!
    I would love to hear from any users of Bydureon injection be it good or bad results and any side effects.The only side effect I have is I get a wee lump where I have the injection but that I'm told is normal and I have to keep an eye on my blood glucose level going to low,which you adapt too!
    I hope this information helps and as I said before would love any feed back!...Thank's.
     
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