In the last few years, we have established ourselves as one of the most prominent organizations engaged in offering Atorvastatin Tablets. At our sophisticated processing unit, we process these tablets using high grade compounds. These tablets are used to reduce the levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. Highly demanded in the market, these tablets are packed with quality approved materials. We offer these Atorvastatin Tablets at pocket friendly prices.
- Safe to consume
- Precise pH level
- Highly effective
Uses and Benefits
For treatment, control, prevention, & improvement of the following diseases, conditions and symptoms:
- High cholesterol
- Heart complications
How it Work
Blocking the enzyme required for the production of cholesterol in the body.
- Avoid Drinks
- Avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice
- Avoid intake of excess fat containing food
- Kidney problems
- Personal or family history of muscle problems
- Active liver disease
Common Adult Dose for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
-First dose: 10 mg or 20 mg by mouth once a day; an initial dose of 40 mg may be put-upon in patients who need a reduction in low density lipoprotein (LDL-C) of more than 45%
-Care dose: 10 mg to 80 mg orally one time in a day.
Common Adult Dose for the Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia
10 mg to 80 mg orally one time in a day.
Some known and reported side effects of atorvastatin include: arthralgia, nasopharyngitis and diarrhea. Some other side effects comprise: urinary tract infection, insomnia, muscle cramp, limb pain, musculoskeletal pain, myodynia, and nausea. A comprehensive list of inauspicious effects of the medicine is as follows:
Less common or infrequent:
Trouble with swallowing
High or low Fever
Pain, muscle cramps, stiffness, puffiness or weakness
Puffiness or enlargement of the eyelids, swelling around the face, eyes, lips or tongue
Constriction in the chest
Out-of-the-way fatigue or weakness
Relative incidence not known:
Peeling, Blistering or loosening of the skin
Large, throng-like swelling on the face, lips, tongue, eyelids, throat, hands, feet legs
Red skin wounds, often with a violet center sore.
Red and irritated eyes
Sores, ulcerations, or white spots in the mouth or on the lips .
Secondary Side Effects
Some of the side effects, which can occur with atorvastatin may not require medical aid. As your body set to the medicine during the duration of treatment these side effects may shift away. Your health care advisers may also be capable to tell you about the ways to cut down or prevent some of these side effects. If any of the leading side effects continue and annoying you thoroughly or if you have any queries about them, consult with your health care professional:
Lower back or side pain
Pain or soreness around the eyes and cheekbones
Aching or difficult urination
Closed or runny nose
Abdominal or stomach pain
Belching or excessive gas
General state of discomfort or illness
Heartburn, indigestion, or stomach irritation
Deficiency or loss of strength
Loss of appetite
Incidence not known:
Black, tarry stools
Bloody or cloudy urine
Continued ringing, buzzing or other inexplicable sound in the ears
Difficult, fervent, or aching urination
Defect in night vision
Inordinate muscle tone or tension
Fruit-like breath odor
Groin or scrotum feeling
Inability to make an erection
Enhanced body movements
Increased sensation of the eyes to light
Increased sensitiveness to touch or pain
Failure of bladder control
Loss of sexual power, drive, or desire
Menstrual bleeding happening earlier or lasting longer than of regular.
Speck red spots on the skin
Swollen or tough lymph glands in the armpit, neck or groin.
Incapable to move or feel face
Abnormal bleeding or bruising
Atorvastatin is a medicine that is used to treat high cholesterol, it lessens the risk of heart attack, stroke or other heart hindrances in people with type 2 diabetes, structure heart disease, or some other risk causes. Atorvastatin is appropriate for adults and the children who are more than 10 years old.
It is highly recommendable not to take atorvastatin, if you have a liver disease or is pregnant or breast-feeding. Stop taking this medication and tell your doctor right away if you become pregnant.
Atorvastatin is just part of a complete program of treatment, which also includes exercise, diet and weight control. Follow your medicine, diet and exercise routinely.
Before you take this medicine, there are things to consider with;
You should not use atorvastatin if you are sensitized to it, or if you have:
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
To make sure that atorvastatin is harmless for you, ask your doctor if you have:
Muscle pain or powerlessness
History of liver disease
History of kidney disease
History of stroke (including Tia or "mini-stroke")
A thyroid disruption
If you have more than 2 alcoholic drinks every day.
Atorvastatin can reason a condition, which results in the disruption of cadaverous muscle tissue that lead to kidney failure.
This medicine can hurt an unborn baby or reason birth defects. Do not take the medicine if you are pregnant or use efficacious birth controls to prevent pregnancy while the usage of dosage of these medicine. As the medicine can run into breast milk and could hurt a nursing baby, so do not breast-feed while you are using this medicine.
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