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Is it OK to stop taking Tricor all at once?

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26 Aug 2009

Are you experiencing side effects - is that the reason you would like to stop taking Tricor?

Yes, you can stop taking Tricor all at once ... there is no withdrawal effect as such ... however your blood lipid levels will obviously go up. Please get advise from your doctor.

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