Welchol Colesevelam Hcl

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Barbara Trexler Says:


I was precribed welchol for my colostrol and I want to know if it is ok.
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Ray Says:

I'm not sure, but I have taken Zocor, Crestor and Lipitor and all three have made me so sore in the joints and muscles that I found it hard to even move. Now the Dr. has prescribed the Welchol, I have taken this for +- 3 weeks now and NO side effects.

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Sided Effects Says:

2/2/09 Ray Pennington - Are you still O.K? It'll be 3 years now for you. I'm supposed to start taking it. Can't take statins either.

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Verwon Says:

Possible side effects:

- Nervous system disorders
... Common: headache

- Gastrointestinal disorders
... Very Common: flatulence, constipation; Common: vomiting, diarrhea, dyspepsia, abdominal pain, stool abnormalities, nausea

- Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders
... Uncommon: myalgia

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Can anyone else who has used this post with any information?

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Jim Says:

I have been taking Welchol (6, 625mg/day) for six months and no side effects. I tried three different common statin drugs for years and finally quit when I realized I had lost a great deal of muscle mass. Welchol has helped reduce the cholesterol by about 25%, statins made greater reductions buy at least in my case were debilitating to my body. A close friend had the same experience and he ended up with an arm in a sling due to statins. Once off for a couple of months and on Welchol normal use of the arm returned.
Statins No, Welchol Yes,
Jim. S. in Tucson

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Rachel Says:

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