FIBRICOR is the sensible alternative to TriCor and Trilipix.
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FIBRICOR (FENOFIBRIC ACID): THE SENSIBLE ALTERNATIVE TO TRICOR AND TRILIPIX - WHY PAY FOR TRICOR OR TRILIPIX WHEN YOU CAN GET FIBRICOR FOR LESS?
FIBRICOR® should not be used by patients with severe loss of kidney function, including those receiving dialysis, or by patients with liver disease or gallbladder disease. FIBRICOR should also not be used by women who are nursing or people who are allergic to FIBRICOR, fenofibric acid, or fenofibrate. FIBRICOR should not be taken by children.
Some patients taking FIBRICOR have developed unusual liver functions. Although uncommon, other potential side effects of FIBRICOR include formation of gallstones, muscle pain or weakness, changes in kidney function, and coronary heart disease. Your doctor may periodically perform a simple blood test to monitor the health of your liver or kidneys while taking FIBRICOR. You should tell your doctor about any changes to your condition while taking FIBRICOR. Be sure to tell your doctor if you experience muscle pain, tenderness, or weakness (especially if it is accompanied by a fever or “run-down” feeling); abdominal pain; or if you develop any new symptoms.
In clinical trials, the most common side effects of FIBRICOR were changes in liver function, abdominal pain, back pain, and headaches.
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