ROSIGLITAZONE: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

Avandia (rosiglitazone) for Diabetes, Type 2: “My father was on avandia for 5 years and suffered a heart attack. His doctor told my family that he had no heart concerns before taking avandia. My father died because of this medication. I do not recommend this drug”

Bcampbell (taken for 5 to 10 years) November 7, 2015

Avandia (rosiglitazone) for Diabetes, Type 2: “I had terrible leg cramps all over my legs for hours at night. So bad nearly all muscles in both legs at same time. I passed out with pain so severe. The day I quit Avandia the cramps stopped.”

augustsh November 4, 2009

Avandia (rosiglitazone) for Diabetes, Type 2: “Although Avandia was very efficient in controlling my blood sugars, I had a reaction to it which resulted in my heart skipping beats beating very hard. While on Avandia, I was unable to complete stress tests. After quitting Avandia, I have had no more heart problems and can now successfully complete stress tests.”

clund September 30, 2009

Avandia (rosiglitazone) for Diabetes, Type 2: “Avandia had some side effects with me that the doctors thought was cancer. They insisted it could not be the medicine but after over a year of multiple scans biopsies and bone marrow tests, I chose to quit taking the medicine on my own. My blood sugar skyrocketed but my immune system started working again. I haven’t had to go to the hospital since. “

Anonymous July 22, 2009

Avandia (rosiglitazone) for Diabetes, Type 2: “Numbers were good but weight gain was terrible. Gained 5 pounds almost immediately; a total of 30 altogether.”

Anonymous July 14, 2009

Avandia (rosiglitazone) for Diabetes, Type 2: “Very effective but some side effects. Causes weight gain. Potential cardiac health risks. Has some unintended good side effects too though.”

Anonymous April 25, 2009

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