Grapefruit And Welchol

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Can grapefruit be eaten while taking Welchol?

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irisludeman Says:
 
can grapefruit be taken while taking welchol

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Some of the common, though rarely occurring side effects include: constipation, indigestion, muscle aches and sore throat.

There are no listed interactions with any type of foods.

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