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Do you take your lopid with a statin?

Posted 18 Apr 2010 by kawoodxx 3 answers

i just started on lopid this morning. both my doctor and pharmacist told me to keep taking zocor along with lopid. has anyone been told the same thing? also, are you having any problems with legs or nausea? thanks for any help you can give me.

I just started taking LOPID twice a day. How long does it take before I will feel better & my levels

Posted 2 Nov 2013 by dbla300 2 answers

... get to normal ? How often do I need to have blood tests to monitor levels, as I also take thyroid medication & hormone medication ?

Lopid - What happens if you just quit taking Loped?

Posted 19 Sep 2012 by bjoymcg 1 answer

Too many side effects. I want to stop taking it. Saw my Dr. recently, with some of the symptoms that can be caused by Lopid. He didn't seem overly concerned or even mention that Lopid can cause these symptoms. I found out by checking the possible reactions of Lopid. All these symptoms have ...

Why should lopid be taken 30 minutes before meal?

Posted 25 Nov 2014 by hattenwi 1 answer

my schedule does not always allow me to take it 30 mins before meal. Is it ok to take without meals?

I just stared lopid 2 days ago. I also have what I think is IBS (have not been diagnosed but have?

Posted 19 Mar 2010 by papacook 1 answer

... had it for years as does my daughter). Has anyone had more problems taking Lopid because it makes their IBS flair up more?

Have been put on Lopid 600mg and Niacin over the counter now potassium is too low why?

Posted 18 May 2010 by papasam 1 answer

Suffered from high triglycerides for years with no success with diet and exercise, Dr. prescribed Lopid and OTC Niacin at same time then potassium bottomed, now taking 750 mg of Micro-K per day but no success yet, where is the potassium going.

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