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BRAND LISTING - Trilipix (Fenofibric Acid)
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45mg
135mg

Trilipix (Fenofibric Acid)

If you are dealing with high cholesterol, you may have been prescribed Trilipix which belongs to the group of drugs called fibrates. This medicine contains Fenofibric Acid which works to lower bad cholesterol known as low-density lipoprotein or LDL, and triglycerides while raising your good cholesterol called high-density lipoprotein or HDL. By increasing a natural enzyme in your body that is in charge of breaking down fats in your blood, you can reduce your risk of pancreatitis and possibly a heart attack or stroke.

Your body has a natural process for expelling excess cholesterol but sometimes it is not enough. Taking Trilipix as directed can help increase the acceleration and efficiency of this process. With the reduction of the accumulation of fats and cholesterol in your arteries, there is less strain for blood and oxygen to be pumped throughout your body to supply your vital organs.

Your doctor may also recommend a prescription for a “statin” drug which also helps to lower your cholesterol. Changing your eating habits, exercising, and stop smoking can all help to keep your cholesterol in check and avoid other health hazards that could occur such as cardiovascular disease.

Inform your doctor of other medical conditions you may have and list all current OTC and Rx medicine as your doctor may require changing dosages or times of certain medication to avoid a negative reaction.

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