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Tricor

Tricor (Fenofibrate): Medicine Information

Therapeutic Class: Cholesterol care
Active ingredients: The active ingredient found in Tricor is Fenofibrate.
Drug Information: Tricor is one of the brands for Fenofibrate. It is a cholesterol care prescription medicine used to treat bad cholesterol known as LDL & reduce levels of triglycerides.

 
Why is Tricor prescribed?

Tricor is prescribed medication used to lower the bad cholesterol and fats (LDL and triglycerides) and to increase the level of good cholesterol (HDL) in blood. It belongs to the class of drugs known as fibrates which work by breaking down fats and helping the body reduce and gradually eliminates triglycerides. Tricor is prescribed when diet and exercise are not enough to bring the cholesterol level down.

How to use Tricor?

Tricor should be consumed exactly as prescribed with or without food. Follow the pharmacist guide for the quantity and the duration. The tablet should be swallowed as a whole and not to be crushed or chewed. You may often need tests to determine its effect. Based on the effectiveness of this medicine your doctor may occasionally change your dose. An overdose of this medicine may cause serious or life-threatening side effects. This medication should be followed closely along with diet and regular exercise.

What if I miss the dose of Tricor?

You should try to take Tricor on all days till treatment continues without fail. If you miss it try to take it as soon as possible. Skip the missed dose if it is time for the next dose but do not double dose ever. Mark your calendar with the dosing schedule as a to-do list.

Side Effects:

Some common side effects of Tricor are:

Stomach pain
Nausea and dizziness
Constipation
Stuffy nose
Headache
Hives, Itching
Loss of appetite
Muscle pain
Upper belly pain
Fever, chills
Trouble breathing
Mouth sores
Yellowing of skin or eyes
Rapid heartbeat

Drug Interactions:

Some drugs may interact with Tricor causing side effects. It is advisable to tell the doctor about what medications/supplements (including prescription/nonprescription/over the counter) you have been taking before starting on Tricor medication.

Avoid taking other cholesterol-lowering drugs like Zocor or others and blood thinners like Warfarin. Antibiotics, grapefruit, and alcohol may reduce its effect so it is advisable to avoid or limit their usage. Hence, all information regarding previous drugs should be given to the doctor before starting on Tricor.

Precautions:

Always tell the doctor about any allergies you have or any planned surgery.
Do not take Tricor if you have a liver problem or any history of liver or kidney problems.
Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should not take Tricor medication or if already taking should stop consuming after consulting with the doctor.

  1. GENERIC

    Drug Name

    Prescription Required

    Salt Name

    Action

  2. GENERIC EQUIVALENT TO TRICOR 145mg

    Yes

    Fenofibrate

  3. GENERIC EQUIVALENT TO TRICOR 160mg

    Yes

    Fenofibrate

  4. GENERIC EQUIVALENT TO TRICOR 200mg

    Yes

    Fenofibrate

! Important Note: We do not dispense any prescription medicine without valid and legible prescription written by your local Physician. All prescriptions must be presented from a verifiable and licensed physician.

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