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roe si gli' ta zone, rosiglitazone is used, alone, in combination with other medications, to treat type 2, noninsulin-dependent, diabetes, formerly 'adult-onset', diabetes cannot be controlled by diet and exercise alone, rosiglitazone is a prescription drug, thiazolidinediones, drugs work by increasing my body's sensitivity to insulin, a substance my body produces to help control blood sugar levels, rosiglitazone is not, treat type 1, insulin-dependent, diabetes, formerly 'juvenile-onset', rosiglitazone comes as a tablet, take by mouth, usually taken once, twice daily with, without meals, take rosiglitazone exactly as directed, don't take less or more, read my prescription, rosiglitazone controls type 2 diabetes, take rosiglitazone, do not stop taking rosiglitazone, before taking rosiglitazone, allergic to rosiglitazone, pioglitazone, troglitazone, medications i am taking, especially insulin, other medications for type 2 diabetes, vitamins, herbal products, ever taken troglitazone, rezulin, ever had heart failure , liver disease , cirrhosis and hepatitis, high cholesterol, edema, fluid retention problems, a history, alcohol abuse, pregnant, plan to become pregnant, breastfeeding, become pregnant while taking rosiglitazone, rosiglitazone can restart ovulation in women taking oral contraceptives, those with polycystic ovary disease, are at risk for pregnancy if adequate birth control is not used, should discuss a reliable form, birth control with a physician, birth control pills, a physician may choose to adjust my dose, a special diet, rosiglitazone should be taken with the same meals, every day, exercise and dietary recommendations, dietitian, calorie reduction, weight loss, exercise will help control my diabetes, make rosiglitazone work better, important to eat a healthy diet, alcohol increases blood sugar; ask a physician for information on how much alcohol is safe to drink, take the missed dose, remember it, almost time for the next dose, skip the missed dose, continue my regular dosing schedule, what side effects can this medication cause, rosiglitazone usually does not cause hypoglycemia, low blood sugar , when used alone, can cause low blood sugar when used with other medications for diabetes, look for symptoms, eat, drink a food, beverage with sugar in it, hard candy, fruit juice, symptoms, low blood sugar , shakiness, dizziness , rapid heartbeat, sweating, confusion, blurred vision , headache, numbness , tingling, the mouth, weakness, fatigue, pale color, sudden hunger, look for symptoms, hyperglycemia, high blood sugar , thirst, dry mouth, tiredness, flushing, dry skin, frequent urination, appetite, trouble breathing, side effects from rosiglitazone are not common, symptoms are severe, sinus, respiratory infection, headache, back pain, diarrhea, tiredness, weight gain, look for symptoms, seizures, consciousness, irregular menstrual cycle , in women, upset stomach , vomiting, stomach pain, excessive tiredness, dark urine, yellowing, the skin, whites, the eyes, shortness of breath, rapid weight gain , swollen ankles, feet, don't switch containers, tightly closed, keep away from kids, store it at room temperature, away from excess heat and moisture, drug disposal, emergency/overdose, overdose, the victim has collapsed, is not breathing, blood sugar and glycosolated hemoglobin should be checked regularly, response to rosiglitazone, rare cases, liver injury and failure have occurred during therapy with troglitazone, a drug similar to rosiglitazone, the potential risk, liver injury with rosiglitazone is not known at this time, laboratory, a physician will order certain laboratory tests before, response to rosiglitazone, will have these tests before you begin, take rosiglitazone, then every 2 months for the first year, therapy, after the first year, tests will be done less frequently, call a physician during periods, stress, fever, trauma, infection, prolonged illness, medications may need, adjusted, rosiglitazone, a slight decrease in red and white blood cells, before you have any laboratory test, tell the laboratory personnel and a physician, take this medication, avandia
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