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Mirtazapine and glucose levels

Discussion in 'Diabetes Medication and Drugs' started by Hampshire Hog, Apr 24, 2020.

  1. Hampshire Hog

    Hampshire Hog · Member

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    Hi I am taking mirtazapine for anxiety, and have read that it can increase blood glucose levels, does anyone know if this is true or have had similar issues ?
     
    #1 Hampshire Hog, Apr 24, 2020 at 4:35 PM
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  2. xfieldok

    xfieldok Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    When you next get a chance, discuss with your gp or nurse. Google mirtazapine diabetes. Depending on how you react to it, there maybe alternatives.
     
  3. Hampshire Hog

    Hampshire Hog · Member

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    Thank you , will do .
     
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