Tyvaso Will Lower The Heck Out Of Your Blood Pressure

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Consumers unite Says:


Its an expensive medicine and the doctors seem to be very interested in pushing it.
The only thing good about it will be for the med corporations.



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Verwon Says:

Doctors will generally try to push new medications, to see if they work better than the old ones, since new ones are being discovered all the time and there have been many cases where something was new but found to be safer and more effective. Thus, it's just natural for a doctor to do that, to try to help their patients, as much as possible.

Tyvaso is used to treat PAH, so yes, it can seriously lower someone's blood pressure, that's what it's really intended to do. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and vomiting.

Are you taking it? How's it working for you?

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