Atorlip is a medication that’s used in order to lower chlolesterol levels as well as other fats (triglycerides) in a persons blood in order to lower certain health risks associated with coronary heart disease. This would include problems like heart attack and angina. Atorlip works best when used alongside a low fat diet in order to stop the progression of CHD if symptoms are already present. It can also help to reduce the need for surgery and to treat people with diabetes or a history of stroke.
If you decide to use Atorlip, then what are some of the possible side effects you might face as a result?
Headache and dizziness
What are some of the more serious side effects you might face?
Tenderness or weakness, not caused by exercise
Tingling in the hands or feet (paraesthesia)
Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and/or eyes)
How do you know if Atorlip is going to be the right drug for you?
In order for you to know whether or not this drug is going to be right for you, you first have to make sure your cholesterol is severe enough to warrant the use of any medication. Taking cholesterol medication works, but they can still come with a risk of side effects that can cause more problems for you. So the first thing you want to do is get checked out by a doctor and learn just how bad the problem might be. In some cases they might decide to try something else before giving you a medication such as Atorlip.
The next thing you need to do is ask the doctor about the drug. Some doctors don’t like it when you do this, but you reserve the right to ask. The reason for this is because a doctor is going to be in a good position to provide you detailed information on the medication. A doctor will also be able to run whatever tests need to be run in order to see if you would have a bad reaction to it. Some doctors will stay away from a drug if they believe the risks outweigh the benefits.