Use And Side Effects Of Fibator Tablets (Page 2)

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kiran kumar Says:

I am 38 years old. My triglycerides 664, HDL-29 and LDL-133. My doctor advised me to take Fibator tablet containing atorvastatin 10 mg and fenofibrate BP 145 mg. for 3 months course. Four months back my triglycerides was 321, HDL-31 and LDL-133 then my doctor I had used these tablets for 3 months as per the advise of same doctor but the triglecerides levels are increased from 321 to 664. Again he advised to use these tablets for 3 more months. Kindly advise whether these tables to be used continuously to decrese triglycerides and increase HDL and also advise me whether the regular medication may cause any side effects. ThankQ

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nitasu Says:
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I'm 45 year old
HDL- 300 LDL- 700
The doctor prescribed me fibator
I lost some weight and it caused dizziness throughout the day.
My arms pain alot including the bones and the muscles. Please help

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prasad Says:
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Dear doctor,
im 35 years old male. During cholestrol check up found total cholestrol 280,s.trigly 267, Hdl 63, Ldl 163.
Doctor has put me on fibator 10mg for 2 months , only by deiting n exercise can i bring down cholestrol without medication.

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Imran Says:
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For me also same problem but my triglyceride is 870 i have laso eaten for 3 monts now for me triglyceride is 70 i want to eat fabitor table are nt.but i am eating 2 times in a week.monday and Thursday

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Imran Says:
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I have triglyceride from last 4 months i was eating fabitor atorvastin10 mg and fenofibrate145for. But now i stop the tablet now its normal .how many days should eat still

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