INTRODUCTION TO LIPVAS 40MG:
Atorvastatin belongs to a family of drugs called HMG CoA reductase inhibitors or statins. Atorvastatin lowers levels of low density lipoprotein or LDL (considered as the bad cholesterol) and triglycerides in the blood, while increasing levels of high density lipoprotein or HDL (considered as the good cholesterol). High levels of LDL can result in stroke, heart attack, and other heart complications in people with diabetes, coronary heart disease, or other risk factors. This drug is primarily used for the treatment of Dyslipidemia and the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
Lipvas 40mg tablets belong to a group of drugs called statins. It is used to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that builds up in you’re blood vessels and narrows them, which can cause a heart attack or stroke.
Lipvas 40mg tablets are a commonly prescribed medication and are considered safe for long-term use when taken as directed by a healthcare practitioner. It can be taken with a meal or on an empty stomach. You can take it any time of day, but try to take it at the same time every day. Most people with high cholesterol don’t feel bad, but stopping you’re medication can raise cholesterol and increase you’re risk of heart disease and stroke.
It is important to have you’re cholesterol levels checked regularly. This medication is only part of a treatment program that must also include a healthy diet, regular exercise, smoking cessation, moderate alcohol consumption, and weight loss. You can eat normally while taking this medicine, but avoid high-fat foods.
HOW IT WORKS?
This drug is completely synthetic and this drug works by hepatic cholesterol biosynthesis and lowers the levels of LDL cholesterol that is the main reason behind strokes and other cardiovascular diseases.
WHEN SHOULD YOU AVOID IT?
You should not take this drug if you:
Are allergic to this drug or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
Are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed
Have liver disease
Have diabetes or thyroid problems
Take more than 2 alcoholic beverages daily
Have kidney problems
Have severe bladder infection
HOW MUCH TO TAKE?
Always take the drug dose as prescribed by the doctor only. Never change the dosage, start, or stop using the drug without doctor’s permission. Always complete the dose.
WHAT ARE THE STRENGTHS AVAILABLE?
This drug Atorvastatin is available on our website in the following strengths and brand names sold by various well known pharmaceutical companies:
Atorva 5 mg
Atorlip F10+145 mg
Tonact EZ 10+10 mg
Tonact EZ 20+10 mg
Atorva 80 mg
Lipvas 20 mg
Lipvas 40 mg
WHO IS THE MANUFACTURER?
The drugs are manufactured by well known pharmaceutical giants like Atorlip F by Cipla, Tonact EZ by Lupin, Atorva by Zydus Cadila and Lipvas by Cipla. These are all available in packs of 30, 60 and 90 tablets.
HOW TO TAKE IT?
Swallow the tablet with one glass full of water. Do not break the tablet. Take the drug exactly as directed. This drug should be combined with well-balanced calorie controlled diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables.
WHEN TO TAKE?
Take the tablet at the same time each day, so as to avoid forgetting the dose. This should become a habit for you to take the tablet until the doctor tells you to stop the drug.
FOR HOW LONG SHOULD IT BE TAKEN?
Take the drug as long as the doctor prescribes you to do. Do not stop taking the medicine without the doctor’s advice.
WHAT IF YOU TAKE TOO MUCH (OVERDOSE)?
You may require urgent medical help in this situation. In such a case visit the nearest healthcare center or call you’re doctor immediately.
WHAT IF YOU MISS THE DOSE?
In case you forget to take the dose, skip the dose and take the next dose on the recommended time period if it’s too late but if it’s less than 1 hour of the meal then go and take it. Do not double up the dose for the missed one.
SIDE EFFECTS OF LIPVAS 40 MG:
SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS OF LIPVAS 40 MG
• Persistent nausea
• Kidney failure
• Liver problems
• Abdominal pain
• Fatigue and dizziness
• Muscle aches
• Weight loss
• Mood changes
• Severe dizziness
ARE THERE ANY POSSIBLE DRUG INTERACTIONS?
Certain other drugs can interact with Atorvastatin and increase the risk of serious muscle problems. So it is necessary to consult you’re doctor about the following drugs such as:
Birth control pills
Heart or blood pressure medicines
Ask you’re doctor to get the full list of the drugs needed to be avoided while taking the drug as they may interfere it and may cause adverse effects.
WHAT ARE THE THINGS TO BE TAKEN CARE OF?
One should not exceed the dose prescribed by doctor
Do not give this medicine to anyone else
This medicine could affect you’re ability to drive or operate machinery
Do not give this drug to a child or adolescent under 18 years old
Avoid a high fat diet