I was diagnosed as T2 in June whilst being in hospital with Sepsis. Doctors discussed starting off with injections but then put me on Metformin. Initially it controlled my BS, maybe for about 6 weeks then in August I was admitted with yet another bout of Sepsis and Pyelonephritis, I was then discharged with a mid line and intravenous antibiotics for 3 weeks. My BS continued to be anything from 11 to15. To cut a long story short my BS are still pretty high and I was given the go ahead to start Trulicity even though I had acute Pancreatitis some 18 years ago. Today my consultant has back tracked and wants me to stop the weekly injection. Trouble is my BS are down to normal levels in a space of 2 days, my appetite is gone but that’s not a bad thing (I lost over 5 stone last year). Today a duty doctor tried to persuade me to take Gliclazide but warned me about checking my BS regularly as hypos are very common on this drug. I’m really concerned, I’ve just returned to work after being off sick for 6 months, and on average drive about 3 hours each day commuting to work and I’m really scared about taking a hypo. I understand why there is concern about this treatment for me but I was wondering if there was anyone who is in the same or similar boat as me. Many thanks!