Then, I want you to talk to your doctor about BYDUREON.
In 2012, when my type 2 diabetes medication was not enough to control my blood sugar levels, my doctor recommended making BYDUREON a part of my type 2 diabetes treatment plan.
BYDUREON is the only once-weekly, non-insulin injection with a unique continuous-release delivery system. It’s ON IT, working when you need it, all week long.
Since adding BYDUREON as part of my type 2 diabetes management plan—as well as being committed to eating well and keeping active—I am at A1C goal and feeling confident in my treatment…and so is my doctor! Now, each person with type 2 diabetes is different, and you should talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any medication.
You don’t take BYDUREON if you or someone in your family has a history of Medullary Thyroid Cancer, or a condition called Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Syndrome type 2.
Of course, my doctor told me about the potential side effects of BYDUREON, including possible thyroid tumors and pancreatitis, as well as more common side effects including nausea, headache, or itching and bumps at the injection site.
Make sure to read the Important Safety Information and Approved Uses below.
So, talk to your doctor about BYDUREON. It might be just the step you need to take to see the blood sugar results you’ve been looking for.