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Ezedoc 10 mg reduces low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and prevents cardiovascular disease. It contains the active ingredient Ezetimibe, a class of drugs known as statins known to inhibit intestinal cholesterol absorption. It is especially given to patients who cannot control their cholesterol levels by diet and lifestyle modifications. The medicine can be used alone or combined with other medicines to treat high cholesterol levels in the blood. Your doctor may ask you to follow a cholesterol-lowering diet while taking the medication. It reduces the rate of cardiovascular events in high-risk patients.
Take Ezedoc 10 mg once daily before or after consuming food. It may be easier to take the medication daily if you take it each day at the same time, such as at the time of breakfast, with dinner or at bedtime. If you also take other medications to reduce cholesterol levels, speak to your doctor if you can take them together. If you miss a dose of your cholesterol-lowering drug, please take it when you remember. Do not take more than the prescribed doses per day. Make sure you continue to take a cholesterol lowering diet while taking the medication. Discuss with your doctor if you wish to know about a cholesterol-lowering diet. Keep on taking the medication even if you feel well because, generally, high cholesterol levels do not cause symptoms until the condition becomes severe. Therefore, it is important to keep taking Ezedoc unless your doctor tells you to stop.
Do not take if you are allergic to Ezetimibe or other inactive ingredients of the medicine, have active liver disease, or are pregnant. Tell your doctor of all the prescription and non-prescription medicine you are taking, including herbal supplements. You should tell your doctor about all the medical conditions, including allergies. If you have liver impairment, then you may not be the right candidate for Ezedoc 10 mg. if you are pregnant or plan to conceive, your doctor will decide if the medication is right for you or not. If you are breastfeeding, it is unknown whether the drug can pass to your baby through breast milk. Discuss with your doctor. Let your doctor know if you experience unexplained muscle pain, weakness, or tenderness.
In clinical research, patients reported few side effects associated with the use of Ezedoc 10 mg. These include tiredness and stomachache. Rarely patients experience severe muscle problems. If you develop unexplained muscle pain, weakness, and tenderness while taking the drug, speak to your doctor straight away. You need to discuss this muscle breakdown with your doctor; otherwise, it can become serious, resulting in kidney damage. Other side effects include allergic reactions, which require treatment straight away. The symptoms include swelling of the face, tongue, lips, or throat that may cause breathing or swallowing difficulties, joint pain, hives, muscle aches, liver problems, depression, dizziness, and inflammation of the gallbladder.