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Roseday 5 mg is a medicine that belongs to a group of cholesterol-lowering medicines. When used along with a cholesterol lowering diet, Rosuvastatin, the active ingredient of the medicine, lowers bad cholesterol (LDL-C) and decreases good cholesterol (HDL-C). If cholesterol levels are left untreated, there is an accumulation of plaque in the walls of the blood vessels. Over time, this accumulation of plaque causes narrowing of these vessels resulting in heart disease. By lowering blood cholesterol levels, Roseday can slow down the build-up of plaque in the walls of blood vessels. The statin drug has been proven to reduce heart attacks and stroke, especially in older adults with known heart disease. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that your body needs in a certain amount to function properly. But its high levels can lead to health problems.
Swallow each tablet 40mg tablet of Roseday with a glass of water. Take it once daily at any time of the day. It is important to visit your doctor for regular check-ups to find out you have reached an appropriate level or stick to the correct level. If you take more tablets than your doctor has prescribed, contact your doctor straight away. Make sure you do not miss a dose, and if you do, do not take a double dose to make up for the missed one. The usual dose of Rozavel is 40 mg is daily. However, in patients requiring less vigorous LDL-C reduction. If you have been prescribed this medicine to reduce the risk of experiencing a heart attack, stroke or other heart-related complications. Roseday 5 mg may not be an option for children and adolescents aged 6 to 17 years; usually, a quiet lower dose of Rosuvastatin may be prescribed to such patients.
For most people, high cholesterol does not have any symptoms if left untreated; there is an accumulation of fatty acid around the walls of your blood vessels, causing them to narrow. When these narrowed vessels get blocked, there is not enough blood supply to the heart or brain, leading to a heart attack or other severe heart disease. Correcting the cholesterol levels can cut your risk of developing a heart attack and stroke. You may need to continue with the medication even if you felt better and got your cholesterol to the right levels. The cholesterol-lowering drug prevents your cholesterol levels from rising again and causing the accumulation of fatty deposits. However, you should discontinue treatment if your doctor advises you or if you become pregnant.
Stop taking Roseday 5 mg tablet and seek immediate medical help if you have symptoms of an allergic reaction. These include difficulty in breathing, swelling on the face/lips/tongue/throat, and severe skin itching.
Discontinue treatment and talk to your doctor if you experience unusual muscle aches or pains. The common side effect of the drug include feeling sick, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, feeling sick stomach pain, and constipation.