FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: REVATIO

User Comments:


For Pulmonary Hypertension “I have been taking it for 6 years 25 mg x 3 times a day. And now 40 mg x 3 times a day. It has helped me without having any side effects. But I might have to add another treatment to it pretty soon. But I’m not sure which one I should try. Any advice?”

Laurie (taken for 5 to 10 years) February 25, 2018


For Pulmonary Hypertension “5 years now with revatio. Nothing good happend. Still bleeding, low quality of life. I wait for OPSUMIT. But is very expensive….”

S.J. Jakobbs February 8, 2017


For Pulmonary Hypertension “Works great! My insurance did not lower the price that much. Went online and pay less than a dollar per pill.”

Simon LaRue January 31, 2017


For Pulmonary Hypertension “My father has been on Revatio for 20 months. His quality of life is greatly improved from the standpoint of adverse side effects he was experiencing while on another PAH medication. His breathing issues are still well controlled and there are no side effects. As for high insurance copays, Pfizer( manufacturer of Revatio) has a terrific Patient Assistance Program that is based on income. Apply online at Pfizer.com. The form is available there and must be completed by patient and prescribing physician. There is no reason not to ask for financial help when it is available for your medications. Most manufacturers have assistance programs so do a little bit of research and ask your doctor if he/she knows of any assistance.”

Daughter of PAH patient (taken for 1 to 2 years) January 2, 2014


For Pulmonary Hypertension “I have been on this drug for over 3 Years now, and my condition has not changed. “

Rick5578 May 8, 2013


For Pulmonary Hypertension “I have been on Revatio for two years now. Started with two pills (40mg) three times a day and have worked up to the max of four pills (80mg) three times a day. At first I did get the nasal congestion but now everything is normal. I am also on Letaris and warfarin. “

KCCARL April 7, 2011

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