What Does Lovastatin Look Like

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Deb Says:

What does the Lovastatin 40 mg. pill look like?

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Lovastatin is actually a generic medication, so there are far too many available on the market for me to be able to describe them all for you.

It is used to help lower cholesterol levels and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and joint/muscle aches. In some people the side effects have been so severe that they had to discontinue the medication.

You can learn more Lovastatin details here.

A couple of examples of the 40mg tablets include:

Round, green with LU on one side and G03 on the other.

Round, green with an E over 74 on one side.

Round, yellow with 635 on one side and R on the other.

Round, white with CTI over 143 on one side.

Round, green with 928 one on side and TEVA or 93 on the other.

And that is just a few examples, there are more.

Are there any questions or comments?

Is there anything I can help with?



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