Gemfibrozil (Thread 157453)

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Oscar Says:

I have been using Gemfibrozil 600mg in conjunction with Glyburide 5mg since December of 2004. I was fine for about four months but in April I started noticing some muscle pain, side abdominal pain and fatigue. Has anyone else been experienced this and if corrected what did you do to help it go away? What ever help you can give me thank you!

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J Amen Says:

A very dear friend asked me to go on line to inquire about all the prescriptions he has recently been told to take. He has recently been tired, heat flashes, body aches, and really gouchey. Please help. The list includes zocor 20mg, fexofenadine 180mg, toprolXL 50mg,81mg aspirn one a day with the gemfibrozil 600mg. Thank you.

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