On Aug 28, 2015, a Medscape Article reported that Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors for type 2 diabetes can cause disabling joint pain. This is amazing! in 2006. Some people may have severe problems affecting many joints, whereas others may only notice mild symptoms in one or two joints. Doctors are still debating this point, but some experts say it might. There is often a family history of diabetes in both. These medicines are available as single-ingredient products and in combination with other diabetes medicines such as metformin.
The agency also advised health care professionals to consider DPP-4 inhibitors as a potential cause of joint pain and to stop the use of the drugs if needed. Rheumatoid arthritis itself, along with some medications used for treating rheumatoid arthritis, can increase your risk of osteoporosis — a condition that weakens your bones and makes them more prone to fracture. OA starts when tissue, called cartilage, that pads bones in a joint begins