Can Coveram Can High My Creatinine And Potassium

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Lucy Says:


My nephrologist change my medicine norvasc to coveram im afraid to take it because somebody told me covernam can high my creatinine and potassium is it true?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, it may cause such issues as a side effect, according to the NIH, along with nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination.

However, not everyone experiences such side effects, so the only way to find out if you will is by actually trying the medication. The same risks were associated with the Norvasc.

Are you on any other medications?

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Lucy Says:

Yes its true the coveram make high my creatine so my doctor gave me nebovolol nebilet. So im taking nebivolol in the morning and norvasc in the evening. Im also taking ketobest 3 times a day fortifer fa once a day atorvastain atenurix and polynerv 1000. And also ptu, i have anemia hypertension hyperthyrodism and chronic kidney didease stage 4. I have also injection every 10 days recormon 5000 iu. Im on a diet

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