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    newlife2010 posted:
    I trying to find out what other meds are out there other than Actos, Hopefully there is one that is generic. My a1c has been holding steady (under 6%).
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Newlife,

    While you're waiting for responses, read the information via the following link:

    Types of Insulin You posted your question as a resource rather than a discussion. Next time, to start a discussion, hold your cursor over the orange Post Now button and choose Discussion from the drop down menu. :-)
     
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    barb10562 responded:
    Why do you want to find another drug? You say Actos is doing good for you. Im taking Actos too and it seems to be doing OK for me.Im also taking glyburide.


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