Simcor

What is Simcor?

Niacin/simvastatin (trade name Simcor, by Abbott) is a combination drug consisting of an extended release form of the vitamin niacin and the statin drug simvastatin. It is used for the treatment of dyslipidemia. It was approved by the FDA on February 15, 2008.

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last DRs visit my physician took blood (not fasting) in the PM and my results were Cholesterol 174/Triglyceride 153/HDL 50/ LDL calc 93. I have...

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Hi There

After going through the details provided by you i would like to say if i would have been your treating doctor i would suggest to continue...

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What causes and elevated vitamin D level, as well as elevated calcium? I am not on supplements. I am 53 years old, 5-6", and 175 #. I am currently...

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Hi, dear.
I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern.
You may have hyperparathyroidism. It will lead to high calcium level as...

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last DRs visit my physician took blood (not fasting) in the PM and my results were Cholesterol 174/Triglyceride 153/HDL 50/ LDL calc 93. I have...

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What causes and elevated vitamin D level, as well as elevated calcium? I am not on supplements. I am 53 years old, 5-6", and 175 #. I am currently...

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