What are the side effects of Avandaryl?

Type 2 diabetes treatment is complex, and it can be difficult to predict which side effects any one patient may experience. However, it is important to know what symptoms you may need to watch out for. Some possible side effects of Avandaryl (glimepiride and rosiglitazone) include: abnormal ovulation; anemia (low red blood cell count); cold-like symptoms; dizziness; heart failure and other cardiac problems; increase or decrease in blood sugar; increased possibility of fractures in women; liver or kidney problems; swelling; and weight gain. One of the medications in Avandaryl, rosiglitazone, has been show to increase the risk of heart attack and other cardiac problems. It is important to contact your doctor right away if you begin having any of these symptoms. Only your doctor can evaluate your side effects and adjust your treatment as needed.

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