Should you really sweat bad when taking Lipitor?

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Anonymous

16 Jul 2010

You mean do you or should you?

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Anonymous

16 Jul 2010

Hi,

Yes, Lipitor causes excessive sweating, it is a rare side effect considered to be less severe.

Contact your Doctor anyway and let him/her know what you are experiencing. Safety always comes first.

You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.

My best wishes, and hope your Doctor can find a solution... from a caring individual

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