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i am having high triglycerides--589, and total cholestrol--250,vldl--116, tsh--125.the medicienes prescribed by the doctor are-fibrovas(fenofibrate and atorvastin) tab, deriphyllin od 300(sustained release tab of etofylline and theophylline), and thyrox(thyroxine sodium) 150. please help ## What are you looking for help with? As to the medications, I can provide you with information about those and you also need to keep in mind that they will take some time to work, they do not work overnight. Fibrovas as you indicated, contains Fenofibrate and Atorvastatin, these are both used to lower cholesterol. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and joint/muscle aches. More: Deriphyllin is commonly used to treat asthmatic conditions. Though it can also have an effect on smo... ...

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Ecosprin AV-75

HI,my dad is taking ECOSPRIN AV 75 for past 2 weeks on doctors advice-cardiologist AND HE IS ALSO TAKING AZTOR FOR PAST 1.5 YEARS PRESCRIBED BY ANOTHER DOCTOR.BOTH IS TAKEN AT NIGHT TIME. Can these two medicines CAN be taken together???as both contains atorvastin 10mg????IS THIS HIGH DOSE AND IS THIS NIS NECCESARY??&WHAT'S ASPIRIN ROLE HERE???? ## The Aspirin is generally used for its blood thinning properties, it can help prevent heart attacks and strokes. Are both of his doctors aware of all the medications he is taking? If they are not, he may be doubling up needlessly. However, if they know about all of his medications, they may have decided that he needs the higher dosage. Atorvastatin, which is used to help lower cholesterol, can also be used to help prevent stroke. ## I H... ...

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Aceclofenac and paracetamol use in pregnancy

My wife has taken only one tablet ( aceclofence 100 mg + paractmol 325 mg + chlorzoxazone 250 mg) wrist pain there any problem to her? & baby?.. Right now she is 25th week of pregnancy. ## I am frequent user of heart related medicines like atorvastine, remipri, aspirin,ziglim plus one etcl ## i m using (aceclofenac 100 mg + paractmol 325 mg + chlorzoxazone 500 mg) from last week , and paracetamol 325 and aceclofenac 100 mg from last 1 month. Is there any promblem or risk with these medicines? ## Are there any other brands of tablets which contain the combination of paracetamol and aceclofenac?..... If yes than may i have their names? ## From Hw longer s she taking ...( Duration ) & dose ...

Updated in Aceclofenac
atorvastatin calcium 10 mg (lipicure 10)

Do atorvastatin calcium tablets cause breathlessness and heavy breathing if the tablet is taken after a meal, particularly when one is walking after having eaten and taken the tablet? If so, what does it mean? ## From my records I did not find anything stating that atorvastatin causes breathlessness or heavy breathing. There are other side effects while taking atorvastatin diarrhea, constipation, passing gas, headache, insomnia, joint pain, and/or dizziness. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## AFTER TAKING ATORVASTIN BRAND NAME ORVAS 10MG FOR A PERIOD OF 3 MONTHS MY FRIEND DEVELOPED UNESINESS IN CHEST, STICHING PAINS, BREATHLESS NESS SOME TIMES, DIZZINESS WHEN WORKING WITH A SYSTEM AND MOST HAPPEND... ...

Updated in Atorvastatin

USES OF NEFROSAVE TABLETS ## I was prescribed Nefrosave. I am diabetic since 15 years, however mainly fasting sugar is in region of 130-140, PP is always < 140. History of parents diabetic & mother with kidney failure and dialysis, father after multiple myloma had renal failure and dialysis. apart from nefrosave, prescribed with aztor-20 mg, ecosprin -75 and Gemer -2 mg+ Cresar 20 mg. Another doctor has doubled doses Ecosprin 150 AV, Teolma 40, Rejunex OD and Mclazide M. Recently blood pressure is 140/90, however normally it is 120/80 and some boils on body and sometimes erectile dysfunction. Kindly comment. ## i am 46 yr old .treating for diabetic,micro albuminuria &cholestrol with insulin,tetan 40& atorvastin5mg .now ppbs 90mg,micro alb 150 mg/L & cho dr. s... ...

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Telsartan active

my mother has recently been detected with medium BP 160/90, thought she never had any history of BP, my doctor said that though no symptoms are there but the side effect of BP would be more, hence he recommended telsartan 40 mg active, i am going for one more testing and later would start with medicine, any body please put some more light on this ## hi kiran here again from Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. Though i have started the tablet but i am really at confusion whether my mom should take this tablet for BP 160/90 which has been on run for more than two years. Though, she is not exhibiting any symptoms, doctor said it is a silent killer along with cholesterol. My mom's cholesterol is in borderline and the doc has prescribed atorvastin 40 mg which i am giving with telsartan. A... ...

Updated in Cholesterol
atorva 10mg or fibator ls better for esr control

I have high ESR of 54 and Triglycerides as 280. I am.daily taling 1. eptoin 100MG 2. Atorvastin 10MG (after dinner) and Thyonorm 75 MG.( before meals) ...


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