Breathless On Jardiance

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Yvette Says:

I am unable to take Metformin as it causes severe side effects and pulmonary oedema. I tried Liraglutide (Victoza) injections which gave my tachycardia. As I have heart failure I was then prescribed Jardiance 10mg 3 months ago which seemed to be ok but I'm not on the loo every hour and have not lost weight (gained 5kg actually). It was increased to 25mg 2 weeks ago and I have been increasingly breathless on mild exertion (speaking and bending forward). Feel like I'm full term pregnant. Surely I can't have side-effects to this too? My blood sugars are fine.

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Verwon Says:

What are your blood pressure readings?

The symptoms you've described can also be due to congestive heart failure, according to NIH warnings. Those are typical symptoms of it. Do you ever wake up at night unable to breathe? What medications do you take to treat your heart failure?

Why was your dosage increased?

The NIH lists the other typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, diarrhea, flatulence, and hypoglycemia.

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