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Expert Opinion / Cases · September 15, 2021

Recurrent Pancreatitis Due to Hypertriglyceridemia in a Patient With Poor Glycemic Control

Written by
Anika Anam MD


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  • Ioan Andrei Veresiu

    Adding insulin is, in my opinion, the rational decision.

  • Melvyn Rubenfire

    agree to add insulin

  • Gurdeep Sethi

    I would add Basal insulin and DPP4. For glycolic control and for TG's I will replace Gemfibrogyl with lipaglyn 4 mg

  • Nagaram Reddy

    I would start SGLT2 inhibitor like empagliflozin starting dose of 10 mg OD


    I suggest testing prolactin before making disease worse ..

  • John Whillier

    Give her a CGM to find out what is really driving her condition, not the theoretical assumptions.

  • Ruddy Brown

    How do you address the severe muscle aches?

  • Oct 28, 2021

    Pending Moderator approval.

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