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I had extremely high Triclyceride readings 7 years ago. Dr put me on Gemfibrozil twice a day. It was incredible how great my readings changed for the better. Having said that I will admit that taking it does mean having to deal with some side effects. Mine are nausea, gas, acid reflux. But these are not bad enough where I want to stop taking it. :)
Headaches much like migraine with nausea; Everything tastes bitter and have lost 10 lbs in a month with no exercise. Pains everywhere: muscle aches, sharp stabbing on both sides of body. Low grade fevers. Fatigue beyond tolerance. Dizzy and off-balance at times. Stomach issues: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. Acid Re-flux is worse.
Experienced abdominal pain, felt like I needed to vomit, excessive thirst, constipation, and insomnia when taking this medication.
I started this medicine 2 months ago, and I have suffered from cold and cough ever since has anyone else had this issue? I am stopping this until I can check and see if there is a difference.
I used Gemfibrozil twice a day for 5 months but started having low blood sugar symptoms. I didn't feel quite the same as normal while on it. I felt kind of fuzzy. I found it hard to take an hour before meals at times.
use it 2 times a day easy to use. works well have used it for years,
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