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When can I stop taking Tradjenta?

Don’t stop taking Tradjenta (linagliptin), a drug that helps control blood sugar levels, unless your doctor tells you to do so, even if you feel well.

If your blood sugar dips too low or rises too high, or if you are having side effects or a possible allergic reaction to the drug, call your doctor right away.

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