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Senosibrate what are the consequences are taking the drug ?

Senosibrate what are the consequences are taking the drug ?

Fenofibrate: Fenofibrate can help lower triglycerides. Possible side effects include liver damage and muscle pain. It can rarely cause rhabdomyolysis, severe muscle breakdowns, especially in combination with another one or two lipid-lowering medications (statin, niacin, etc), which can lead to renal failure. It should be used with caution in someone with history of kidney, gallbladder or liver problems. ...Read more

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Dr. Chad Levitt
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Fenofibrate (Definition)

Fenofibrate is a generic preparation for lowering triglycerides and raising good cholesterol. It has no effect on LDL or bad cholesterol. It should not be used if you ...Read more


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Question: senosibrate is this drug at 300mg daily for a 34 year old woman, too strong a dose?

Fenofibrate?: I think you mean fenofibrate... Generic Fenofibrate should be taken up to 160mg per day with foods. 300mg daily would be too much for a daily dose of fenofibrate. ...Read more

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What is fenofibrate?

What is fenofibrate?

Fenofibrate: It is a drug used to treat high cholesterol. Read this for more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenofibrate ...Read more

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Fenofibrate nubrex 300mg is for what?

Fenofibrate: Is a prescription fibric acid derivative lipid lowering agent, used as an adjunct to dietary therapy for the treatment of adults with high triglyceride, LDL and total cholesterol and apo b levels and to increase HDL cholesterol. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of taking tricor (fenofibrate)?

Nausea.Constipation: The most common reactions are constipation, headaches, alt, ast elevations, abominal pain, back pain, muscle pain, nusea.They are more serious complications such as hepatitis, pancreatitis, myositis, myopathy, cholelithiasis, rhabdomyolysis and stevens-johnson sydrome. ...Read more