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Welchol has active ingredients of colesevelam hydrochloride. It is often used in high blood cholesterol. (latest outcomes from Welchol 4,704 users)
Elevated liver enzymes (high liver enzymes) has been reported by people with hives, headache, fatigue, nausea (latest reports from 253 Elevated liver enzymes patients).
On Aug, 30, 2016
No report is found.
I am a 46 year old white female. I have been alternating taking Trazadone and Benadryl for insomnia that I developed after starting acid reducing drugs. I have had severe heartburn for about 12 years after having my gall bladder removed. I was recently diagnosed with Gastritis and Barrett's Esophagus. I was also prescribed Prevacid, Famotidine, and Welchol which only covers up my symptoms and doesn't get to the root cause of the problem.
Hello, I have been in pain management for a year. Normally I take anywhere from 1 to 2 percocet at night in order to get pain relief from a spinal cord tumor. Sometimes I won't take any, other times I only take one or a half. There were days that I took 3 in a day due to severe pain. I have never gone above 1000mg in a day. I just had a blood test and my AST level was slightly raised at 54. I am freaking out now, I don't want permanent liver damage. I wish I just sucked up the pain. My doctor told me not to worry, we worry if it goes up to 1.5 times the base line value. I have stopped the medication completely, I hope my enzymes go back down. I will probably request further testing even if they do go down. We will retest mid September. Sorry that I wrote a whole book..I am very nervous and have been looking at all of my skin imperfections. I stopped taking the medication last week and rather suffer from pain than deal with this kind of worry.
Since I came home I get really bad leg cramps in my left shin. At night and during the day. At night they will wake me from a sound sleep and I have to get up and walk around for about 30 minutes.I have taken leg cramp pills, drink a gallon of water a day, also dring tonic water for the quinine ...
Hello, I have been in pain management for a year. Normally I take anywhere from 1 to 2 percocet at night in order to get pain relief from a spinal cord tumor. Sometimes I won't take any, other times I only take one or a half. There were days that I took 3 in a day due to severe pain. I have ...
Hi, I am a 67 year old man. I have had psoriasis for decades. This past spring I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. I am a fairly heavy drinker and occasionally my AST and ALT are slightly elevated. I saw a rhumotologist this week and she ordered a series of blood work and X-rays. I got the ...
Hi, My name is Marie. I have just had a blood test that came out with slightly elevated liver enzymes. My doctor is taking me off my Simvastatin and checking me in 3 months. She has also suggested that I lose some weight so that I might not need the cholesterol lowering drug. Wish me luck!
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