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Itchy rashes on the back and leg. Side effect of storfib? Taking Tazloc, Delzem and Storfib

sir i have been given storfib145 for 3 years, now i have rashes and itching in my back and leg.Is it side efffect of skin Dr., told me that is side effect of medicine taken for long a time.the medcine iam taking are 1.Tazloc-H 1-0-0,, 2.DELZEM 0-0-1,,. 3.Storfib 0-0-1.,kindky clarify what should i do, my cardio dr. said that i should continue with storib,but my itching is unbearable.kindly suggest a remedy.My email id is: YYYY@YYYY .
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

The role of a drug in such situation is the first priority
But it is unlikely to start after such a long time...
It is difficult to conclude which of the three drugs?
If you are convinced it is storfib - Storfib is a combination of statin and fibrate – omit one component (based on lipid profile) / Also, there are alternatives to statins...
Discuss with your doctor...

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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