Hey everyone, My DSN has offered me the opportunity to potentially take part in a trial to examine the effectiveness of type 1s using an SGLT2 Inhibitor medication in conjunction with insulin therapy. Apparently this medication is a relatively new generation of medication used to treat T2 patients, but could potentially be valuable to T1s. I've had a blood test to see whether my current a1c falls in the range to qualify to take part so should hear relatively soon. Has anyone (T2 or T1) had any experience with this medication? Description on Diabetes UK website look very interesting SGLT2 Inhibitors work in the following ways: Reducing the amount of glucose being absorbed in the kidneys so that it is passed out in the urine. Reducing the amount of glucose in your blood.