14 Jul 2012
General recommendations to take Tricor:
Tricor comes in tablet form and is taken by mouth once a day. You are recommended to take it with a drink of water, and you may take it with or without food. It should be taken at the same time every day to help maintain an even level of the medicine in the blood. Do not take it more often than directed.
Take care, best wishes!
- Tricor Information for Consumers
- Tricor Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tricor (detailed)
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always having muscle pains and erratic heart beat problems with this combo. Changed drs. he took me off the Tricor, Niaspan and stayed on pravachol. ...
1 answer • 11 Dec 2009
... Tricor? My dad was on Tricor too for many years he also had a dry cough almost like he had swallowed wrong but did not. Same way my cough is. ...
1 answer • 6 Jan 2010
they look the same to me both for high blood presser is this o.k for me or not ??? please let me know thank you. Rex
1 answer • 24 Jan 2010
When I know that the tricor has my trsiglicerides and cholestoral under control could I stop taking?
What would be the pro's or cons of stopping this med.
1 answer • 6 Jul 2010