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User Reviews for Calcium acetate

Also known as: PhosLo, Eliphos, Phoslyra, Calphron

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Condition Avg. Rating Reviews Compare
Hyperphosphatemia 5.5
4 reviews 11 medications

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Reviews for Calcium acetate

AMWest Ambulance Driver · Taken for less than 1 month October 24, 2019

PhosLo Gelcap (calcium acetate) for Hyperphosphatemia: “These brand of pills from CVS Pharmacy make you vomit, have intestinal pains, diarrhea uncontrollably and out of the blue, and dizziness, stop breathing and cannot move till it wears off. Don’t accept this horrible brand. Ps I'm on them cos of my Renal failure”

Smk84 · Taken for 1 to 6 months October 21, 2017

PhosLo (calcium acetate) for Hyperphosphatemia: “Upon taking this drug, I experienced every horrible side effect, throat swelling, constipation, muscle pain and weakness, rashes that itch to no end... everyone is different. You have to find the right Binder that works for you. Definitely let your Dr know these side effects right away. They could be deadly.”

Geeper October 6, 2017

PhosLo (calcium acetate) for Hyperphosphatemia: “Works well for me...does not consipate me. Does a good job lowering my phosphorus”

8 / 10
Anonymous January 7, 2017

For Hyperphosphatemia: “SIde affects are to severe long term.”

3 / 10