TRICOR: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Hypertriglyceridemia “This drug has helped me in a month go from 432 on my triglycerides to 339. Had slight side effects (minor nausea and constipation), how ever the slight side effects don’t nearly come close to the health benefits I’m relieving.. has also lower my blood sugar 50-75 points on average. I went from possibly going into the ICU to be in no immediate danger in a month or less time..”

Greggl (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 4, 2018

For Hypertriglyceridemia “I have been on this for three months, no serious side effects. I am very super sensitive to statins so I had to get off of them. I haven’t had my blood checked yet but will update on how it did. I plan on staying with this if it works because I feel no side effects at this point. Will update soon.”

ninabeans December 1, 2013

For Hypertriglyceridemia “My Doctor put me on TriCor 145mg because she said my triglycerides were way to high. I don’t know what the numbers were. I just do what my doc says I should do. Went and did lab test. My doctor said Tricor brought my triglycerides and other things way down to where she is happy. I asked her if the dose was too big because TriCor left me feeling tired. She agreed that I could half the pill and take labs in a month. So, TriCor I would say is doing me good and will continue to take till the doctor says I don’t have to take it anymore.”

GasPasser (taken for 1 to 6 months) November 27, 2013

For Hyperlipoproteinemia Type IIa, Elevated LDL “Good experience, helped with my high level of cholesterol and triglycerides. I used the 145 without side effects.”

Jefrey September 9, 2013

For Hypertriglyceridemia “I can’t tolerate statins. I have hypercholesterolemia and high triglycerides. I have taken Tricor with no side effects. “

green eyes 100 December 24, 2012

For Hypertriglyceridemia “After being diagnosed with high triglycerides, I took Tricor for approximately 10 years. It controlled my triglycerides to just within the normal limit. After my insurance would no longer pay for Tricor, and I switched to the generic fenofibrate, my triglycerides and liver enzymes went back up.”

Anonymous (taken for 5 to 10 years) August 16, 2012

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