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Have piles. High cholesterol and triglycerides levels. Prescribed tonact TG. Will I be okay?

Hi, I am Male 32 years old and had high cholesterol and Triglycerides hence the doctor had prescribed Tonact TG. I have been having this tablet for about 6 - 7 months now. But in the last four days after I brought my medicine and started having have developed piles and is becoming severe day by day. Should I stop this medicine and consult my doctor or would Piles be due to some other reason which requires spl attention... Kindly Advice
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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piles is not direct side effect of this drug. but in some cases it cause constipation which precipitate piles.
you are best judge whether this drug is causing constipation or not . if yes, then do lipid profile - then you can stop this medicine( if profile is normal)
for pile , consult with surgeon for treatment. he will treat you and advice you after judging severity or grading of pile
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