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Trilipix, Levitra for a 78-year old man





Summary: there is no report from male patients aged 78 (±5) who take the same drugs.

This is a personalized study for a 78 year old male patient who has Blood Triglycerides. The study is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA and social media.

What are the drugs

Trilipix has active ingredients of choline fenofibrate. It is often used in high blood cholesterol. (latest outcomes from Trilipix 3,888 users)

Levitra has active ingredients of vardenafil hydrochloride. It is often used in erection problems. (latest outcomes from Levitra 8,243 users)

What are the conditions

Blood triglycerides can be treated by Zocor, Atorvastatin Calcium, Lovastatin, Vytorin, Zetia, Pravachol. (latest reports from Blood Triglycerides 171,209 patients)

On Nov, 22, 2014: 0 male aged 76 (±5) who take Trilipix, Levitra is studied

Information of the patient in this study:

Age: 76

Gender: male

Conditions: Blood Triglycerides

Drugs taking:
- Trilipix - EQ 135MG FENOFIBRIC ACID (choline fenofibrate): used for 2 - 5 years

Comparison with this patient's adverse outcomes:

InteractionNumber of reports on eHealthMe
Levitra0 (0% of males aged 76 (±5) who take the drugs)

Drug effectiveness over time :

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Most common drug interactions over time * :

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* Some reports may have incomplete information.

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    After 3 months, my total cholesterol went way down, but developed terrible throat problems. Like an ever-present lump that made it difficult to swallow. At night, discomfort with acid going up and down my throat all night, making it hard to sleep and breathe. Stopped taking Simvastatin on my own (doctor said it was not the cause) and within 3-4 days, the throat problems totally resolved and have not come back. Also had many leg-cramps when using it.
  • Allergic reaction to lipitor
    Took 10mg of Atorvastatin for 3 days to reduce choldesterol LDL below 100. I felt peculiar from the first day, however by the 3rd dosage day I came home from work in a state of extreme pain in my hands and limbs. This rather quickly became systemic and I was unable to get out of bed. I was beyond exhausted. I had taken Crestor sucessfully for almost 3 months after a stent procedure but because of insurance issues was switched to this cholesterol medicatyion. My wife contatced the on call cardiologist who expressed concern and discontined the medication. The following morning my hands were swollen and so was my throat and tongue...I was lucky it did not become more severe. I also developed a rash on my hands and arms and legs and torso which was itchy. This was cleary an allergic reaction. After speaking with my cardiologist and the Cardiac nurse that works with him it is apparent that I had a realtively serious reaction. It has taken me more than a week to feel semi normal.
  • Diarrhea for 4 years on ezetimibe
    Had diarrhea for four years which stopped within 8 weeks of stopping the medication.
  • Personal review of pravastatin with respect to erectile dysfunction
    I took pravastatin and experienced ED. After gettiny off pravastatin and taking magnesiam, zinc and cialis, I was able to restore some functionality of an erection. Additional, I dieted and drank green tea. At this point, I have lost ten pounds and project to lose 20-30 more.
  • Statins mess with brain function
    I was prescribed 20 mg Lipitor once per day because my cholesterol hit 217 mg/l. Three weeks later I couldn't get out of bed due to lethargy. My doctor insisted it was likely my blood pressure meds (100 mg Losartin and 25 mg HCTZ) and not the Lipitor. He swore there were no reports of lethargy with Lipitor. I decided to stop the Lipitor anyway and the symptoms resided after a week. He then told me he found the UCSD study linking statins with lethargy. My last cholesterol reading was 207 and he's still insisting I take a statin. I guess he really didn't read the study because it's reported that both forms of statin, water-soluble or fat-soluble, mess with your brain chemistry. I'm sick and tired of all these shill doctors spouting the lies of big pharma. Just because your reading is over 200 does not mean you have high cholesterol. If your doctor cannot tell you specifically how a drug works, don't take it unless the risk of inaction is too great. A reasonable guide for deciding that risk and when to take statins is available on-line from the National Cholesterol Education Program run by NIH.

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  • Itching started several months ago but has become increasingly worse and more intense over time. It is now very difficult to get any sleep at all. In most recent weeks I have tiny raised bumps on my face that peel off if I scratch them. They have spread to my forehead in just the past few days. I also have been having an unusual breakout of acne on my face.

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  • From this study (3 months ago):

  • The extremely red arms and face looks like a sunburn.

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