Tag Archives: medications

What happened when I went off my meds

Remember the day when the meds prices skyrocketed? I called Walgreens for a refill and was shocked to hear the price of a tube of psoriasis ointment, as far as I remember it was well over $100. At the time … Continue reading

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The Daily Prompt: Desire

It all started when I ordered refills of a few meds at Walgreens as usual, but the surprise awaited when the time came to make the payment. After the fact I give Walgreens credit for notifying me about a significant … Continue reading

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Drug Induced Diabetes

Drug Induced Diabetes is a form of a secondary diabetes that develops as a result of having another health condition.  It can be reversible after a medication that caused it is discontinued, or it can be permanent. Drugs that have been … Continue reading

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FDA Issues Ketoacidosis Warning for Type 2 Diabetes Drugs

(Image Credit: Medline Plus website) A couple of days ago FDA issued a warning that a certain class of meds prescribed for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes can cause ketoacidosis, a life-threatening condition.  These drugs are SGLT2 inhibitors. SGLT2 … Continue reading

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