Renagel 800mg Tabs

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I had been prescribed and taken Lithium for appx. 28 yrs. In 2006 I went toxic, went into renal failure and was in a coma for about 30 days at Memorial Hosp. in Las Cruces, NM. I was diagnosed as being in renal failure from that time to present. In 2006 I had been prescribed Renagel by nephrologists at VAMC in Albuquerque, NM. In July of 2007 a clinical pharmacist at a state run nursing home discontinued the Renagel without my knowledge or consent. Approximately 30 - 35 days later both my feet and ankles were swollen excessively, bright red and the redness continued up my legs. The pain was unbearable and I could not walk due to the edema. My blood pressure was 200/160 and escalating. My question is were my symptoms caused by being discontinued from the Renagel?



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Verwon Says:

Since we have no medical professionals here and none of us know your complete medical history, it is impossibly for us to know!

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