Fenofibrate. Do Not

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Amy Says:
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It can quickly raise kidney levels. It can destroy them. I took it four months and thankfully after having it a month I got lab for cancer follow up. They said see a kidney Dr. Found out this drug soared my levels. I stopped at once. It could have done permanat damage and death. Did not feel any thing happening.


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Amy, how are you?

Yes, this medication is reported by the FDA as possibly causing kidney problems, including acute failure and abnormal kidney function.

Are you on any other medications?





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Umair Says:
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I have also problem my cretnine lecel is incresed up to 1.8 now i am to much worried
How it will be down

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Vickie Says:
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I have been on it for 3 months. I'M having blood in my urine and bladder pain. Could this be doing it. Will call doctor.

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