Jardiance And Thrush

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Sarah Says:


I have been taking Jardiance for about 5 weeks now but have had to stop due to thrush that wont go away, I could cope with the thirst and peeing but not this constant thrush, its making me miserable, anyone else experience this and did it go away eventually?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sarah! How are you?

Actually, that is most likely due to your being diabetic and not due to the medication. Diabetes is well known to cause thrush in women, according to the NIH.

It would be best to consult your doctor, since they may be able to prescribe something that will help prevent it, because it is far more dangerous to go off of the medication and let your blood sugar get out of control.

Are you on any other medications?

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Sarah Says:

Hi, I have been diabetic for 6 years, the doctor who prescribed Jardinance did say it would probably cause thrush because of the way it works by expelling sugar through urine so it is def the new drug that has caused this. Yes I do take other mediation too, I am just a bit upset that the jardiance seems to be not for me, hopefully I can try something else

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Amanda Says:

Hi, I have been on Jardiance now for 5 weeks and am just experiencing my 3rd bout of Thrush, I have never in my life had thrush prior to this medication and have been type 2 on insulin for over 8 years. bloods only started going off track last 6 months prior to taking so was prescribed this Dr said that it was a very common side effect. How do other people manage as Thrush has to be the worst thing ever.?

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Nick simmons Says:
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this stuff is really bad for me. first experiance for me was male yeast infection. stopped taking the stuff. second time I tried it within a week of taking TRUSH, believe me when I say I'm done with this shift. never again

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Caspert Says:
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Oh yes! It's like having it permanently. It's disgusting. Do you know if there's an alternative med which doesn't have this degrading sideeffects?

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