Trajenta

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Roman Says:


I had increased anxiety and depression with Tradjenta. When I called the endocrinologist and reported the increase in anxiety, I was blown off, and told that maybe it was from hypoglycemia, and to eat more regularly. I have stopped taking Tradjenta, and feel 100% better!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Roman! How are you doing? Sorry about the problems you had with this medication.

How long were you taking it? It is normal for medications to cause side effects for the first couple of weeks, while your body gets used to them, but they usually taper off in severity after that.

Learn more Trajenta details here.

What else do you take to treat your diabetes? It isn't something that you can leave untreated.

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