Side Effects Of Rose Day Tablets 10 Mg

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adhnan Says:

My wife has been prescribed Rose Day tablets. Kindly inform me on the side effects. Does it cause a racing heart beat?

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LRSubramnaian Says:

our doctor has prescribed roseday 10 to my wife.please let me know for what the medicine is prescribed and what may be its side efffects

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Verwon Says:

This contains the active ingredient Rosuvastatin, which is used to help lower cholesterol.

And no, an accelerated heart rate isn't a common side effect, if she's experiencing that, she needs to contact her doctor immediately.

Common side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and joint/muscle aches.

Learn more Rosuvastatin details here.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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LG Says:

I have been prescribed razel and they have given me roseday 10 mg. My cholesterol levels are not very high, it is 226. My chol/hdl ratio is 4 and ldl/hdl is 2.8 which are not bad but dr said the arteries have thickened and I am obese 90 k.Gs and 4.9 height. Should I have this medicine? Is it a life-long treatment? What are the side effects? I am also taking orlistat and invokana and on a strict low calore diet. My hba1c is 6.9.

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Ghulam Says:
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I am suffering from leprosy and after the one-year treatment now my doctor prescribed me to use wysolane due to allergies and redness on my skin. Should I use it or not and if I do take it, what are the side effects of it? I'm currently taking wysolane 10 mg par day.

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N Raghavan Says:
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I have been prescribed Roseday 40 mg. Now I am having hypertension and blood sugar problems. What are the side effects?

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