HIV and Diabetes

In people with HIV, use of some HIV medicines may increase blood glucose (also called blood sugar) levels and lead to type 2 diabetes. Drugs in the PI and NRTI classes are most frequently associated with increased risk of diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is treated with life style changes and/or medication.

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