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Has anyone had any success with repaglinide for treatment type 2 diabetes?
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Dr. Richard Scofield
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
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In brief: Sure
Repaglinide and other short-acting secretagogues (stimulate the pancreas to secrete insulin) are most helpful to control the rise in blood sugar that happens after you eat a meal containing carbohydrates.
Typically it is used in combination with other medication such as metformin.

In brief: Sure
Repaglinide and other short-acting secretagogues (stimulate the pancreas to secrete insulin) are most helpful to control the rise in blood sugar that happens after you eat a meal containing carbohydrates.
Typically it is used in combination with other medication such as metformin.
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