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Jan 1, 2004
... Does TriCor aggrevate them? ... (0 replies)
... For some people the pain subsides, for others it doesn't. There's a good site that documents patients' individual reactions to all drugs. It's easy to find. Leg pain seems to pop up a lot. ... (4 replies)
... Uff-da! Thanks for the link - I just accessed it and finally submitted a report on my reaction to Lipitor/Tricor. It didn't take long to complete the forms - about 5-10 minutes, and now at least there is another report for the FDA to consider. HubbleRules :cool: (2 replies)

... Thank you. I hope all turns out well too. He has been off of Tricor since Sun. On Wed. he broke out in a rash from knees down. ... (5 replies)
I think I got it
Feb 7, 2007
... but he still wanted me to take the 145mg of Tricor despite the previous issues. ... (5 replies)
... I knew that I had had bad reactions to the statins and began to research leg pain, and found that tricor caused pn in some people. My Doc didn't have a clue. I stopped the tricor and the pain slowly went away in about 3 weeks to a month! ... (12 replies)
... All statins and fenofibrates have similar side effects but people react differently to the formulas of each type. Doctors will therefore switch patients to another type if they suffer reactions. Crestor is by far the most popular statin in Europe so that suggests that it suits more people than the others. Fenofibrates (like Tricor) are not so well established but it is... (5 replies)
... fishertimm, No, I don't think a spoonful of sugar would make such a drastic differnce in triglycerides. Here's why...that's 633 mg/dL and the body contains about 60 dL of blood. So that's almost 40,000 mg. of triglycerides (blood-fat) or 40 grams, an ounce and a half. Something else is at work here. Both sugars and fats can be a problem for triglyceride leves, but... (15 replies)
... NG, that states fenofibrates should not be taken with statins. It can increase the adverse side effects of statins. Also, fenofibrates can cause the SAME adverse reactions that statins cause. ... (12 replies)
... ashtonn, most, if not all, of what your husband is exhibiting can be found under allergic reactions to Tricor. I hope that all comes out well when he is tested. ... (5 replies)

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