Rosulip 20 is a statin, a type of medication that lowers bad cholesterol (LDL) and glyceride levels, lowering the risk of heart attack and stroke in the future. In our bodies, we have two types of cholesterol: good cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein) and bad cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein) (low-density lipoprotein). Good cholesterol is beneficial to our hearts and aids in the reduction of bad cholesterol in our bodies. Excess bad cholesterol (LDL), on the other hand, raises the risk of heart disease, including heart attack and stroke. When there is an excess of the harmful balance of cholesterol in the blood, it is known as hyperlipidemia or dyslipidemia. When your blood cholesterol levels are high, your arteries constrict and clog, which can lead to heart problems such as stroke and heart attack. High cholesterol is caused by eating high-fat or high-cholesterol foods/drinks, as well as genetic factors.
Rosulip 20 works by preventing liver enzymes from producing cholesterol, causing the liver to produce less. As a result, Rosulip 20 increases the uptake and breakdown of cholesterol in the blood by the liver. When lifestyle adjustments (such as a low-fat diet) have failed, Rosulip 20 decreases the levels of lipids known as cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. By limiting our body’s creation of ‘bad’ cholesterol, Rosulip 20 lowers ‘bad’ cholesterol and raises ‘good’ cholesterol. It also boosts your body’s ability to flush it out of your system.
Rosulip 20 can be taken with or without food. With a glass of water, it should be consumed completely. It should not be chewed, bit, or broken. Based on your medical condition, your doctor will tell you how often you should take your medications. Myalgia (muscle pain), asthenia (lack of energy), nausea, headache, abdominal pain, muscle pain, weakness, and daytime drowsiness are all possible side effects. The majority of these Rosulip 20 side effects do not require medical care and will go away over time. However, if the negative effects do not go away, consult your doctor. It’s critical to have your lipid profile tested on a regular basis.
This medication is simply one component of a comprehensive treatment plan that includes a low-fat diet, regular exercise, smoking cessation, alcohol moderation, and weight loss. You can eat normally while taking this medication, however high-fat foods should be avoided. If you have kidney difficulties, are pregnant or nursing, have diabetes, severe lung illness, or a musculoskeletal disorder, tell your doctor before starting the dose of Rosulip 20. (like myopathy and rhabdomyolysis). Rosulip 20 should not be combined with immune system suppressing medications (cyclosporine) or anti-HIV medications (lopinavir, ritonavir, or atazanavir) since it may cause serious side effects.
Hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), heart attack prevention, and stroke prevention are all benefits of Rosulip 20.
Rosulip 20 reduces the risk of heart disease and coronary events such as heart attack, stroke, and chest pain caused by the heart (angina). In patients who are at a high risk of these occurrences, Rosulip 20 can help. It’s also given to youngsters (aged 8 and up) with familial hypercholesterolemia (a genetic illness that causes high cholesterol), along with lipid-lowering medications and other dietary changes. In adult patients, Rosulip 20 has a critical role in reducing the progression of atherosclerosis (blocked arterial walls of the heart due to fat/lipid deposition, leading to heart attack and stroke).
As directed by your doctor, take Rosulip 20 with or without food. It is preferable to take it at a specific time.
Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
Rosulip 20 Side Effects
Myalgia (muscle pain), asthenia (lack of energy), nausea, headache, abdominal pain, muscle pain, weakness, and daytime drowsiness are all possible side effects. The majority of these Rosulip 20 side effects do not require medical care and will go away over time. However, if the negative effects do not go away, consult your doctor.
Long-term usage of Rosulip 20 may result in muscular problems such as myopathy and rhabdomyolysis, as well as kidney impairment. If you take Rosulip 20 on a daily basis, you should have a liver enzyme test done on a regular basis. A person who consumes excessive amounts of alcohol and has liver disease should get medical advice before consuming it. If you’re using a blood thinner or anticoagulant like warfarin or coumarin, proceed with caution. Between the intake of Rosulip 20 and antacids such as magnesium hydroxide and aluminum hydroxide, a 2-hour gap should be maintained. If a person takes Rosulip 20 on a regular basis, their HbA1c and fasting glucose levels will rise. As a result, you should inform your doctor prior to getting these diabetes tests. Patients who have proteinuria (protein in the urine) or hematuria (blood in the urine) should tell their doctor before starting Rosulip 20 since their dose may need to be adjusted.
Interactions Between Drugs
Interactions between drugs: When combined with cyclosporine (organ transplant medicine), warfarin or clopidogrel (blood thinner), fibrates (gemfibrozil, fenofibrate), a cholesterol-lowering medicine (ezetimibe), antacids (aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide), antibiotics (erythromycin, fusidic acid), oral contraceptive pills, regorafenib (anti-cancer medicine), antiviral or anti (ritonavir, lopinavir, atazanavir, simeprevir, ombitasvir, paritaprevir, dasabuvir, velpatasvir, grazoprevir, elbasvir, glecaprevir, and pibrentsavir).
If you have kidney difficulties, thyroid gland problems (hypothyroidism), muscular problems (such rhabdomyolysis, myopathy), blood in the urine (hematuria), or protein in the urine, you should use Rosulip 20 with caution (proteinuria).
Alcoholic beverages should not be consumed while taking Rosulip 20.
To avoid unpleasant side effects such as tiredness, dizziness, or sleepiness, you should not drink alcohol while taking Rosulip 20. If used with too much alcohol, it can cause a life-threatening condition called coma.
Because Rosulip 20 can have some negative effects on the baby (fetus), your doctor will consider the advantages and risks before recommending it to you.
Rosulip 20 is known to transfer into breast milk, where it may cause drowsiness in the newborn. So, if you notice any of the following indicators in your newborn, notify your doctor.
Rosulip 20 normally has no effect on your ability to drive.
Rosulip 20 should be used with caution if you have a history of liver illness or condition. Your doctor may need to modify the dosage.
Rosulip 20 should be used with caution if you have a history of kidney illness or condition. Your doctor may need to modify the dosage.
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Advice on Diet and Lifestyle
With a BMI of 19.5-24.9, you can keep your weight under control.
Do at least 150 minutes of regular physical activity or exercise every week, or around 30 minutes most days of the week. This can help you lower your high blood pressure by roughly 5 millimeters of mercury.
A diet high in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products is recommended.
For most adults, limiting sodium chloride (table salt) intake to 2300 mg per day or less than 1500 mg per day is optimum.
If you drink alcohol, limit yourself to one serving for women and two servings for males.
The best way to reduce your risk of heart disease is to stop smoking.
Chronic stress can raise your blood pressure, so avoid it. To cope with stress and practice mindfulness techniques, try to appreciate and spend time with your loved ones.
Monitor your blood pressure on a daily basis, and if it fluctuates too much, contact your doctor right away.
Include heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acid-rich foods and beverages in your daily diet. To lower your blood pressure, you can also use low-fat cooking oils like olive oil, soybean oil, canola oil, and coconut oil.
Rosulip 20 should not be taken by women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant.
Your doctor may recommend that you get a liver function test done on a regular basis to keep an eye on your liver enzymes.
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Glossary of Diseases and Conditions
High cholesterol: Our bodies contain two forms of cholesterol: healthy cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein) and bad cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein) (low-density lipoprotein). Good cholesterol is beneficial to our hearts and aids in the reduction of bad cholesterol in our bodies. Excessive bad cholesterol (LDL), on the other hand, raises the risk of heart disease, such as heart attack and stroke. When there is an excess of the harmful balance of cholesterol in the blood, it is known as hyperlipidemia or dyslipidemia. When you have a high level of cholesterol in your blood, your arteries constrict and clog, which leads to heart problems such as stroke and heart attack. High cholesterol is caused by eating high-fat or high-cholesterol foods/drinks, as well as genetic factors.
Rosulip 20 should not be taken with fusidic acid since it may cause muscle weakness, soreness, or pain. Before taking Rosulip 20 with fusidic acid, speak with your doctor.
Even if you feel better, you should not stop taking Rosulip 20 because it will make your situation worse. If you feel better, please see your doctor and follow his or her instructions.
Rosulip 20 can cause liver damage in extremely rare circumstances, especially when combined with alcohol. Patients with an underlying liver disease or a history of liver impairment should proceed with caution, and you should also contact your doctor before using Rosulip 20 so that the dose can be adjusted appropriately.
Rosulip 20 is unlikely to effect male or female fertility. However, there is insufficient evidence to make a definitive statement. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, Rosulip 20 should be avoided. Consult your doctor for the best advice.
When you take Rosulip 20, you may experience muscle aches and pains, especially if you are sick or have a fever. Also, please inform your doctor if you have a persistent muscle weakness.
Rosulip 20 can be taken with or without food at any time of day. It is preferable to take it at a specific time.
Rosulip 20 can make you dizzy. While using Rosulip 20, it is recommended that you avoid driving or operating any heavy machinery. If you feel dizzy or lightheaded, you should take a break and rest until you feel better.
If you have liver/kidney difficulties, a hyperactive thyroid (hypothyroidism), are pregnant or nursing, diabetes, severe lung illness, blood in urine (hematuria), protein in urine (proteinuria), or a musculoskeletal disorder, tell your doctor before starting the dose of Rosulip 20. (like myopathy and rhabdomyolysis). It’s best to avoid taking Rosulip 20 with immune-suppressing drugs like cyclosporine or anti-HIV drugs like lopinavir, ritonavir, or atazanavir because it could cause serious side effects.