Diabetes

Medications

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1. Insulin and diabetes pills are two kinds of medicines used to lower blood glucose levels.



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Insulin and diabetes pills are the two kinds of medicines used to lower blood glucose. You need insulin if your body has stopped making insulin or if it doesn't make enough. Insulin is given through shots or with an insulin pump. If your body makes insulin but the insulin doesn't lower your blood glucose, you may need diabetes pills. Some pills are taken once a day, and others are taken more often.