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formula contains bezafibrato 200 mg, excipiente cbp 1 caplet ## Bezefibrate is a derivative of Fibric Acid, it is used to help lower cholesterol, specifically Triglycerides. Common side effects can include: nausea, stomach upset, rash and dizziness. Read more: Bezefibrato es un derivado del ácido fíbrico, se utiliza para ayudar a disminuir el colesterol, los triglicéridos en concreto. Los efectos secundarios comunes pueden incluir: náuseas, malestar estomacal, mareos y sarpullido. ...

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Colser Bezafibrato

If there any chance I can purchase this medication at Phoenix, az ...

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How Many Times A Day Should I Take Bezafibrato

i have high cholestorl and i have bezafibrato 200mg and was wondering how many times a day should i take it ## What are you cholesterol levels? What instructions did your doctor provide when prescribing this medication? The reason I'm asking is due to the fact that dosage varies, depending on your cholesterol levels. It is sometimes taken as often as 3 times a day, but only if someone's levels are very high. Once they lower, then the dosage of this medication would be lowered to maintain a good healthy level. Learn more Bezafibrate details here. Though I should note that since this isn't used and approved in the U.S. the information at that above link is very limited. ...

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