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Rosulip
Rosulip
  • Active Ingredient:

    Rosuvastatin
  • Expiry Date:

    10/07/2023
  • Manufacturer:

    Cipla
  • Average Delivery Time:

    25 days
  • Availability:

    In Stock
  • Strength: 5-40 mg

  • Rate Per Pill

    $ 0.9

Rosulip Tablets Dosage, Usage, Side Effects, Review, Price

Description

Rosulip is a generic version of Crestor because it too contains rosuvastatin as an active drug. It is advised for the treatment of hypercholesterolemia or hyperlipidemia, a condition characterized by high blood cholesterol levels. It is often prescribed along with a proper diet to help lower cholesterol levels in the blood. Rosuvastatin belongs to a class of drugs called statins. Rosulip works by lowering the amount of cholesterol that is made by the liver. It is important to lower cholesterol levels in order to reduce the risk of heart disease and prevent the risk of strokes and heart attacks.

Rosulip

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Package New Customer Price Old Customer Price Add to Cart
  • 30 Pills

$77.00

$2.57 per Pill

$69.00

$2.30 per Pill
  • 60 Pills

$111.00

$1.85 per Pill

$100.00

$1.67 per Pill
  • 90 Pills

$129.00

$1.43 per Pill

$116.00

$1.29 per Pill
  • 120 Pills

$159.00

$1.33 per Pill

$143.00

$1.19 per Pill
  • 150 Pills

$179.00

$1.19 per Pill

$161.00

$1.07 per Pill
  • 210 Pills
  • Free Shipping

$229.00

$1.09 per Pill

$206.00

$0.98 per Pill
  • 300 Pills
  • Free Shipping

$299.00

$1.00 per Pill

$269.00

$0.90 per Pill

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Action Mechanism

Rosulip (rosuvastatin) is a selective inhibitor of HMG-CoA reductase, an enzyme responsible for cholesterol biosynthesis. The drug inhibits this enzyme to lower the amount of cholesterol made in the liver. The drug produces lipid-modifying effects by inhibiting the hepatic synthesis of bad cholesterol (LDL). Rosulip has been found effective when used along with other lifestyle modifications, such as eating a healthy diet, exercise, and quitting smoking.

Dosage

  • The dosage of Rosulip in adults could range from 5 to 40 mg once daily. The usual starting dose is 5 mg once daily.
  • You can take this cholesterol medication with or without food, or as advised by your cardiologist or PCP.
  • Antacids that contain magnesium or aluminum can affect the drug absorption so take antacids 2 hours after taking the Rosulip dose.
  • You must take this cholesterol medicine regularly so you get the benefit from it. Take it at the same time every day.
  • Continue taking this Rosulip even if you feel better because most people with high cholesterol do not have symptoms or fall sick.
  • It is imperative to follow your PCP’s advice about exercise and diet while using Rosulip. The drug may take up to 4 weeks to start reducing your cholesterol levels.

Precautions

  • Before switching to Rosulip from Crestor, inform your doctor so he/she is aware that you are using the generic version of rosuvastatin.
  • If your doctor advises rosuvastatin, take Rosulip but before that, inform him/her about your medical issues, especially if you have liver or kidney disease, or alcohol addiction.
  • Before undergoing any surgery, tell your surgeon or dentist that you can have been taking Rosulip for your hypercholesterolemia or dyslipidemia.
  • Stay away from alcohol while using this medication. Daily use of alcohol could increase the risk of liver dysfunction, especially when you are on Rosulip.
  • Rosulip is not advised to pregnant women because it may harm the fetus. Likewise, it is not recommended to breastfeeding mothers, as the drug may affect the newborns.

Side Effects

  • Muscle pain
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Stomach pain

These side effects are usually mild and subside gradually as you use the drug. Immediately seek medical attention if any of the above-mentioned side effects persist or if you experience severe and unbearable muscle pains. Visit your doctor if you notice yellowing of your eyes after using the medicine.

Warnings

  • Older people with high cholesterol who use Rosulip are more vulnerable to the side effects, especially muscle pains.
  • Tell your doctor about other medicines you have been using because rosuvastatin may interact adversely with certain drugs, such as blood thinners, daptomycin, or gemfibrozil.
  • Do not overdose with Rosulip. If you have overdosed and have serious symptoms like trouble breathing or fainting, call 911.
  • You might have to undergo regular lab tests for lipid profile while using this drug. Keep all your lab results with you while checking with your PCP or cardiologist.
  • If you miss or skip a dose, take it immediately. If it is almost near to your next dose, skip the missed dose. Do not take two doses at a time to compensate for the missed dose.

Customer's Review

Average Rating : 4 / 5

  • I recently switched to Rosulip from Crestor. I found Rosulip as effective as Crestor and it saves me money. I buy Rosulip online from this site. Offers me good deals on my monthly supply.