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This medicine is used as an adjunct to diet in hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol), heterozygous (genetic disorder characterized with markedly increased LDL and cholesterol )and homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia (a condition in which it is difficult to remove bad cholesterol from body), mixed hyperlipidemia (genetic disorder characterized with high lipids (fats), cholesterol and free fatty acids in blood).
Atorvastatin can cause GI upset, myalgia (muscle pain), arthralgia (pain in joints), headache, asthenia (abnormal weakness), insomnia (difficulty in sleeping), dizziness, paraesthesia (abnormal sensation of skin such as tingling, burning, chilling and numbness), hypoaesthesia (reduces sensation in one or more body parts), chest and back pain, pain extremities, epistaxis (bleeding from nose), muscle spasms, joint swelling, abnormal LFTs, raised creatinine kinase, ALT and CPK levels, hyperglycemia (high blood glucose), nasopharyngitis (swelling of nasal passages and back of throat, commonly known as cold) etc. Immune mediated necrotising myopathy (autoimmune muscle disease relatively severe proximal weakness) is also reported.
This medicine is contraindicated in active liver disease, persistent raised liver enzymes. Adequate contraception should be ensured.
It is advisable to take this medication in the evening as our body produces most cholesterol at night.
Some common side effects of this medication are insomnia (inability to sleep), UTI (urinary tract infection), loss of appetite and arthralgia (joint pain).
Consult your doctor before consuming grapefruit juice or grapefruit.
No, this medication may improve kidney function in patients with cardiovascular disease. Consult your doctor with further risks and benefits.
Yes, in some patients it can. Consult your doctor for the risks and benefits associated with this medicine before use.
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