FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: CILOSTAZOL

User Comments:


For Intermittent Claudication: “Works for me….Double walking distance and endurance!”

PORTLANDTONY July 30, 2015


Pletal (cilostazol) for Intermittent Claudication: “I have been on this medication since July, and the results are simply amazing! I have my life back, not only did I get so much relief from the pain in my legs, I can now walk and walk and actually keep up with my very active grandkids (age 4, 11, 11, and 16) On a side note I have lost almost all my excess weight by tweaking my diet and just being able to be active again! This medicine has been a Godsend to me! Hope anyone who is suffering from this disease is able to get the same results I have, it is great to have my active life back!”

Gran-ma-maw November 25, 2014


Pletal (cilostazol) for Intermittent Claudication: “Within several hours of taking Pletal for my leg pains due to PAD I began to experience severe headaches. I stayed on the medicine for one week hoping it would subside. It remained constant so I discontinued taking it.”

DocDel (taken for less than 1 month) September 16, 2014


For Intermittent Claudication: “I was prescribed this after my right side internal carotid artery closed. It was a birth defect. I had “seizures” since the age of 7, but turned out I was having mini strokes my whole life. When the big one hit me at 31 I thought I was done for, but this medication has given me my life back. I still feel “funny” from the stroke, but I am fully functional. And it all started when I began taking this magic pill! The “seizures” are gone. The numbness went away. I am me for the first time in 32 years!”

Just me. January 6, 2012


Pletal (cilostazol) for Intermittent Claudication: “I have peripheral artery disease. Pain/numbness in legs/buttocks. Difficulty walking standing. Within ONE HOUR of beginning treatment with Pletal I began feeling relief. More than two weeks now with almost TOTAL relief from discomfort/pain/weakness and no side effects. Absolutely amazing medicine.”

Anonymous October 15, 2011

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