Talk with your doctor if these symptoms do not go away. Your doctor may need to reduce your dose to allow your body to adjust and then adjust dose up gradually.
Your doctor could also consider switching to a slow-release medication which may reduce diarrhea because smaller amounts are absorbed over the day rather than hitting your system all at once.
Despite widespread attention to the diabetes epidemic, about one in three people who have diabetes—some 10 million people—don't know they have it. And those that do often aren't adequately treated. At least a quarter of people who diagnosed with diabetes get the medical care, including drugs, that are proved effective.
Pilothouse : Tinted windshields (stbd opening) & windows (sliding side windows w/screens); headliner; cabin lights; ladder back chair w/cushions & footrest; inboard facing lounge seat (port) w/tackle cabinet (3 tray), interior storage & grabrails (fore & aft), storage tray (stbd), non-skid on pilothouse floor.