FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: BYDUREON, BYDUREON PEN

User Comments:


For Diabetes, Type 2 “I haven’t seen an A1C of mine from this yet, it’s time to get one, but the shots (the needles) (don’t always work and) are incredibly painful. I got knots in the skin on my tummy where I put the shots, and have been waiting for them to clear up to take another one. Once I put it in (and stand there putting up with the incredible pain of the needle, counting to 10), pulled it out, and all the medicine shot out of me onto the floor. Too much money for this to happen.However I wouldn’t agree to take it until they offered it to me for $50 for the month.”

Terry (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 2, 2018


For Diabetes, Type 2 “This is my third week. I take the medication early Saturday mornings. A couple of hours later I get sleepy and then start to feel really nauseous. On Sundays I start to get tired and nauseated around 11a.m. The rest of the week I have on and off periods of nausea and have vomited a couple of times. I do feel like the periods of nausea are decreasing in duration and intensity. I hope that the side effects keep decreasing because I would really like to stay on the medication. My fasting sugars are anywhere from 110-130. This is a major drop for me!”

Mosby7777 (taken for less than 1 month) February 28, 2018


For Diabetes, Type 2 “yes I crave sugar too, I was on saxenda I lost 11 lbsin 2 wks. with no cravings. It was very good for me. Now theweight is back on cause my insurance won’t cover thesaxenda. I tried victoza which was not good. Constipation and vomiting bloating. Vivian”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 7, 2018


For Diabetes, Type 2 “I am a Type 2 Diabetic for almost 18 years. I was having many drugs including BYDUREON. I have been on this now for 3 months. I did not find anything unusual during first 9 weeks. My sugars are coming down heavily. But since this week I feel weak, sleepy and no will to do anything. And aches and pains on my body including legs.”

Dinakshie January 30, 2018


For Diabetes, Type 2 “I have been on Bydureon for three weeks now. I take a weekly injection. Each time, so far, I have heartburn the day after injecting. The heartburn lessens a bit through the week. Also have periods of nausea, but these symptoms are very mild compared to Victoza. Victoza made me vomit and I could not eat anything while I was taking it.”

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) January 6, 2018


For Diabetes, Type 2 “This pen delivery system is 3rd world and they know it ,as they include an additional needle in every packThey seriously need an intelligent research centre with competent people ,not the ones that they currently employ”

JohnRRRRRRRRRRRR (taken for 2 to 5 years) December 21, 2017

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