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Buying Januvia through a Canadian pharmacy is easier than ever before. Januvia is a popular type 2 diabetes medication that can improve your A1C levels and reduce the risk of diabetes-related complications. At Canada Pharmacy Depot, you can purchase Januvia online at a fraction of the price of your local pharmacy.
With a prescription for Januvia, you can order through our site and have your medications shipped directly to your door. Ordering online has never been easier and our team is available to assist with any questions you may have about the ordering process. There is currently no generic version of Januvia available, but you can save up to 80% on your brand name Januvia when ordering through our certified Canadian pharmacy.
Januvia (sitagliptin phosphate) is used alongside diet and exercise to treat type 2 diabetes. Januvia is an effective treatment that can improve A1C levels. The A1C levels are important because this measures your blood sugar levels over the last 3 months. This level is important for all patients to know about. This medication is often prescribed with other diabetes medications to enhance results. The FDA has approved Januvia for treating type 2 diabetes only, not type 1 diabetes.
Januvia helps patients with type 2 diabetes manage the amount of glucose in the bloodstream. Patients with type 2 diabetes do not produce sufficient insulin to control blood sugar. Januvia helps with blood sugar control by blocking the activity of a protein called dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (DPP-4). This blockade increases the amount of GLP-1 and GLP in the body, increasing the insulin that your body produces. By improving insulin production, your body naturally decreases the level of sugar in your blood.
Common Januvia side effects include headaches, a stuffy nose, upper respiratory infections, and sinus infections. These side effects are usually not serious and go away on their own within several days. However, if you experience any side effect that lasts longer than a week, you may require your doctor’s assistance.
If you experience low blood sugar or hypoglycemia, call your doctor immediately. Hypoglycemia can cause symptoms such as drowsiness, weakness, and a fast heartbeat. Other severe side effects of Januvia include kidney problems, joint swelling, and pancreatitis. Although severe side effects with Januvia are rare, they likely constitute a medical emergency if they do occur.
Currently, Januvia is not available in a generic form. The good news is that you can still save money on brand-name Januvia (sitagliptin) by ordering through an online Canadian pharmacy like Canada Pharmacy Depot. Millions of Americans have been saving money for years by filling their prescriptions from Canada. Signing up for an account and placing your first order is quick, easy, and secure.
To find the most effective dosage for you, your doctor will consider your age, health conditions, and kidney function. Januvia comes in 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg strengths. Typically, your doctor will prescribe a lower dose at first and increase or decrease your dosage based on your body’s response. Ultimately, it is best to take the lowest dosage that provides the desired results (significantly improved blood sugars within the normal range). It is important to always follow your doctor’s prescribed dosage because an overdose can be life-threatening.
It is currently not known whether Januvia is harmful to pregnant mother or their unborn child. Animal studies show that Januvia caused no problems during pregnancy, but animal studies are not always an accurate indicator of a drug’s safety for humans. If you become pregnant while taking Januvia, it is important to tell your doctor immediately. Your doctor may discuss alternative treatments if they determine this drug is not safe for you at this time.
Several drugs can interfere with the effectiveness of Januvia. Drug interactions can significantly increase the risk of side effects. If you are on Januvia, avoid taking other insulin drugs because combining Januvia with insulin can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar. Birth control pills have hormones that increase blood sugar, and mixing them with Januvia may offset the benefits of this drug. Januvia also interacts with digoxin, a heart medication. Pairing Januvia with digoxin leads to dizziness, headaches, and diarrhea. Speak to your doctor for a full list of Januvia drug interactions.
Januvia is not approved by the FDA for weight loss. While some patients report weight loss when taking Januvia, losing weight is more likely to be attributed to a healthy diet and regular exercise. If your goal is to lose weight, ask your doctor about weight loss treatments that are available.
After taking Januvia, it may be a week before you start to notice improvements in your blood sugar levels. Januvia is a long-term treatment for type 2 diabetes, so you may need to take this drug for a longer period of time to see significant improvements. Do not stop taking Januvia unless instructed by your doctor because stopping abruptly can lead to spikes in your blood sugar levels.
Januvia increases the risk of kidney failure and complications such as chest pain and leg swelling. Patients who have had heart failure in the past are more likely to develop heart failure again after taking Januvia. This medication may also lead to pancreatitis particularly if you have a history of gallstones or higher levels of triglycerides.
Januvia is designed to treat type 2 diabetes over the longer term, so this drug should not stop working after a while. Januvia should help manage your blood glucose for as long as you continue to take it. If Januvia does stop working, you may experience extreme thirst, frequent urination, slow healing, and blurry vision. The presence of these symptoms means that blood sugar is not under good control. You should contact your physician if you are experiencing these symptoms.
Januvia does not cause withdrawal symptoms, but stopping suddenly can allow your blood sugar levels to rise again. Speak to your doctor if you intend on stopping Januvia. Your doctor can recommend alternative methods to treat your high blood sugar.
Medical Content on this page has been reviewed and confirmed for accuracy by
Dr Stanley Zaslau
Dr. Stanley Zaslau, MD is an award winning professor and chairman of the Department of Urology at West Virginia University. He served as Urology Residency Program Director for 15 years, and has an MBA in Healthcare Business Administration in addition to his Medical Doctorate degree.
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