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Taking Rozavel, Rozavel F, Omacor. Concerned about the side effects of the above medicines on other organs in our body?


I have been taking firstly Rozavel(20) for 3-4 months(once at bed time), secondly Rozavel F (5mg) for 3-4 months(once at bed time) & continuing now with Rozavel (5mg) for last 4 months (once at bed time) along with Omacor 1000mg( Omega -3 Fatty acid ethyl ester capsules) once at bed time also.
The trygleceride, cholestrol , LDL & HDL are within limits except the VALUES OF SGOT/AST -39 AND SGPT/ALT-41 which seems beyond normal reference values...

Kindly advise the side effects of the above medicines on other organs in our body..

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Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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Severe renal impairment, active liver disease, hypersensitivity to rosuvastatin, myopathy, are the absolute contraindications of rozavel. SGOT/PT in your given question is not too much raised. if it is more then 3 times then you can ask your physician . so continue taking rozavel thnks.
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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