My doctor just started me on Trulicity this past week. I have been Type 2 for 13 years and have been unsuccessful at getting my A1c below 7.0. I had been taking a shot of Victoza in the a.m. and of Levemir just before bedtime. I also take oral meds Januvia and Metformin. I took my first Trulicity injection on Thursday and today woke up today (Saturday) with a headache but with a reading of 97 mg/dL. (Not really sure where the headache came from; side effect?) That’s one of my best a.m. readings. I know it’s too soon to retest for A1c improvement, so I was wondering if someone could share their Trulicity results with me. Taking the daily Victoza shot made me feel in control of my dosage, whereas a once-a-week shot seems, well, at least at the present time, mysterious. I mean: Is Trulicity really working and is it an improvement over daily Byetta or Victoza? Thanks in advance for sharing your experiences with this new drug treatment.