Blood triglycerides increased is found among people who take Spironolactone, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for 5 - 10 years, also take medication Digoxin, and have Hypertension . We study 29,697 people who have side effects while taking Spironolactone from FDA and social media. Among them, 254 have Blood triglycerides increased. Find out below who they are, when they have Blood triglycerides increased and more.
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Spironolactone has active ingredients of spironolactone. It is often used in acne. (latest outcomes from Spironolactone 43,230 users)
Blood triglycerides increased has been reported by people with high blood cholesterol (latest reports from 242,383 Blood triglycerides increased patients).
On Oct, 17, 2016
29,697 people reported to have side effects when taking Spironolactone.
Among them, 254 people (0.86%) have Blood Triglycerides Increased
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** Reports from social media are used.
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Started taking this med month and a half ago. Haven't seen much improvement, but I can't fall asleep until 3-4am. I toss and turn. My thoughts just go blank and I can't remember what I was just thinking about 15 seconds before. I took a sleeping pill and it didn't really work. I'm so tired of not sleeping!
I have been using Norco during my monthly cycles for several years. I do not drink any alcohol I do not eat a high carb/sugary diet But my cholesterol and triglycerides are on the rise. I have been taking fish oil and niacin. I haven't been exercising as much as I should but do ...
I have had a life long history of low-average cholesterol levels. I've been taking Escitalopram (10mg) for the past 5 years and have noted an alarming increase in cholesterol levels for the past year. My doctor said I hould exercise and change my diet. At age 77, I exercise 30min per day and ...
I have read that Epleronone is an alternative, but my endocrinologist thinks it's less effective to control Conns and keep my hypertension down. However, I read that it doesn't elevate cortisol levels, while Spironolactone does. Any thoughts or ideas please?
Started taking this med month and a half ago. Haven't seen much improvement, but I can't fall asleep until 3-4am. I toss and turn. My thoughts just go blank and I can't remember what I was just thinking about 15 seconds before. I took a sleeping pill and it didn't really work. I'm so tired of ...
I have been taking bumetanide 2MG for a while but I am still gaining water and I have congestive heart failure and I am oxygen 24 hrs a day. So the Dr put me on spirono 25mg to and I have been taking them together now for a week and I have lost some fluid but I not feeling good I am real ...
I am unusually hungry and have been on Spirolactone for over a month now. My skin is a whole lot better and am pleased but don't want to gain weight. I am also fatigued and get horrible. I can deal with the cramps but don't want the weight gain. Is this a real side effect for some?
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