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What are the side effects of Lupikrill and how long can I continue taking these tablets ?

When I went for routine check up my doctor prescribed me ECOSPRIN AV 75.20 and LUPIKRILL saying that my blood cholesterol is slightly high. But now he has stopped the first tablet and asked to continue the lupikrill. Kindly advice me if to continue this tablet and are any side effects in taking this? My age : 61 Gender : Male
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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Thanks for the query

I tried my best to find out the exact contents of lupikrill but in vain. All I could get was that Lupikrill is an alternative form of medicine to bring down cholesterol. As I am an allopathic doctor I strongly advice you not to stop Ecosprin AV, it is a fantastic drug with a good side effect profile. Please take another opinion before stopping Ecosprin AV , it is a very essential drug to prevent strokes and heart attacks.

I hope I was of help

Answered: Tue, 29 Oct 2013
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