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    Considering taking medication to treat Diabetes During Pregnancy? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Diabetes During Pregnancy. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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    Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
    metformin oral     1623 User Reviews
    Glucophage oral     144 User Reviews
    Lantus subcutaneous     113 User Reviews
    glyburide oral     107 User Reviews
    Lantus Solostar subcutaneous     102 User Reviews
    Glumetza oral     69 User Reviews
    Levemir subcutaneous     41 User Reviews
    Novolog Flexpen subcutaneous     36 User Reviews
    Novolog subcutaneous     35 User Reviews
    Humalog subcutaneous     30 User Reviews
    Novolog Mix 70-30 FlexPen subcutaneous     28 User Reviews
    Glucovance oral     27 User Reviews
    Fortamet oral     27 User Reviews
    Glucophage XR oral     26 User Reviews
    glyburide-metformin oral     23 User Reviews
    Humalog KwikPen subcutaneous     19 User Reviews
    Toujeo SoloStar subcutaneous     16 User Reviews
    Novolin R injection     14 User Reviews
    Apidra subcutaneous     14 User Reviews
    Humulin 70/30 subcutaneous     12 User Reviews
    Humalog Mix 75-25 subcutaneous     12 User Reviews
    Humalog Mix 75-25 KwikPen subcutaneous     11 User Reviews
    Novolin N subcutaneous     10 User Reviews
    Levemir FlexTouch subcutaneous     9 User Reviews
    Humulin R injection     8 User Reviews
    Novolin 70/30 subcutaneous     7 User Reviews
    insulin detemir subcutaneous     7 User Reviews
    glyburide micronized oral     6 User Reviews
    Humulin N subcutaneous     6 User Reviews
    insulin glargine subcutaneous     6 User Reviews
    Riomet oral     6 User Reviews
    Apidra SoloStar subcutaneous     6 User Reviews
    Glynase oral     5 User Reviews
    insulin lispro subcutaneous     4 User Reviews
    insulin regular human injection     4 User Reviews
    Humalog Mix 50-50 KwikPen subcutaneous     3 User Reviews
    insulin aspart subcutaneous     2 User Reviews
    Novolog Mix 70-30 subcutaneous     2 User Reviews
    Humalog Mix 50-50 subcutaneous     2 User Reviews
    insulin NPH human recomb subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
    insulin NPH and regular human subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
    insulin aspart protamine-insulin aspart subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
    Humulin 70/30 KwikPen subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
    Humulin N KwikPen subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
    insulin lispro protamine and lispro subcutaneous     Be the first to review it
    insulin glulisine subcutaneous     Be the first to review it
    Novolog PenFill subcutaneous     Be the first to review it

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