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Get your cholesterol tested

Every person over the age of 20 should have his/her cholesterol tested at least every 5 years.1 Talk to your doctor about the test; it’s a blood test called a lipoprotein profile. The results will include readings for:1

  • Total cholesterol
  • Bad cholesterol (LDL)
  • Good cholesterol (HDL)
  • Triglycerides

What is considered normal?

The charts below show what the National Institute of Health considers healthy in cholesterol numbers. Use these ranges to determine your current status and to build target numbers.

Bad cholesterol = LDL2 (mg/dL)

 

Good cholesterol = HDL2 (mg/dL)

 
 

Total cholesterol2 = LDL+HDL (mg/dL)

 

Triglycerides2 (mg/dL)

 

Source: National Cholesterol Education Program Adult Treatment Panel (ATP) 3 Guidelines, 2002.

How can you improve your cholesterol numbers?

The first step to managing high cholesterol is to talk with your doctor. Your doctor knows you and your medical history and can safely guide you toward making informed decisions about managing your cholesterol levels.

Who should get their cholesterol tested?

  • Everyone over the age of 20 should be tested at least every 5 years2
  • Men aged 45+ and women aged 55+ should be tested every year3
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USES AND IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

Uses for TriCor® (fenofibrate) Tablets4

  • TriCor should only be used when other measures, such as diet and exercise, have not been enough.
  • TriCor is a prescription medicine used along with diet in adults to lower triglycerides, total cholesterol, and LDL (bad) cholesterol, and to increase HDL (good) cholesterol.
  • TriCor is also used along with diet in adults to lower severely high triglycerides. Improving blood sugar control in certain people with diabetes may prevent the need for cholesterol drug therapy.
  • TriCor was not shown to reduce the risk of having heart problems in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Important Safety Information for TriCor4

  • TriCor should not be taken by people with liver, gallbladder, or severe kidney disease; nursing mothers; or those allergic to any product ingredient.
  • TriCor has not been shown to lower your risk of having heart problems or a stroke.
  • TriCor can cause muscle problems. Unexplained muscle pain, tenderness, or weakness may be a sign of a serious but rare muscle problem and should be reported to your healthcare provider right away. The risk of a serious muscle problem may be higher when Tricor is given with statins. If you take a statin tell your healthcare provider.
  • TriCor can cause liver problems. Blood tests are needed before and during treatment with TriCor to check for liver problems.
  • Some people require blood tests to check for kidney problems while taking TriCor.
  • TriCor may cause inflammation (swelling) of the gallbladder or pancreas. Contact your healthcare provider if you experience abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting.
  • Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including all prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins and herbal supplements.
  • TriCor may cause serious allergic-type reactions, blood clots, and possible changes in some blood test values.
  • If you are pregnant or may become pregnant, talk with your healthcare provider about TriCor. It is not known if TriCor will harm your unborn baby.
  • The most common side effects with TriCor include increases in liver or muscle enzymes measured by blood tests and congestion or allergy-like symptoms in the nose.

For more information, talk with your healthcare provider.

References: 1. Cleveland Clinic. Cholesterol numbers: what do they mean. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/11920-cholesterol-numbers-what-do-they-mean. Accessed February 15, 2018. 2. US Department of Health and Human Services/National Institute of Health/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. ATP III Guidelines At-A-Glance Quick Desk Reference. NIH publication No 01-3305. https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/guidelines/atglance.pdf. Published May 2001. Accessed May 25, 2018. 3. National Institutes of Health/US National Library of Medicine. Cholesterol. https://medlineplus.gov/cholesterol.html. Updated February 13, 2018. Accessed May 21, 2018. 4. TriCor [package insert]. North Chicago, IL: AbbVie Inc.

Please see the full Prescribing Information for TriCor and discuss it with your doctor.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.

If you cannot afford your medication, contact www.pparx.org for assistance.

*Eligibility: Available to patients with commercial prescription insurance coverage for TriCor who meet eligibility criteria. Copay assistance program is not available to patients receiving prescription reimbursement under any federal, state, or government-funded insurance programs (for example, Medicare [including Part D], Medicare Advantage, Medigap, Medicaid, TRICARE, Department of Defense, or Veterans Affairs programs) or where prohibited by law or by the patient’s health insurance provider. If at any time a patient begins receiving prescription drug coverage under any such federal, state, or government-funded healthcare program, patient will no longer be able to use the TriCor Savings Card and patient must call Customer Service at 844.415.0681 to stop participation. Patients residing in or receiving treatment in certain states may not be eligible. Patients may not seek reimbursement for value received from the TriCor Savings Card from any third-party payers. Offer subject to change or discontinuance without notice. Restrictions, including monthly maximums, may apply. This is not health insurance. Please see full Terms and Conditions.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Pharmacist Instructions

  • Submit the copay card authorized for all commercially insured patients by the patient’s primary insurance as a secondary transaction to Customer Service.
  • When you use this card, you are confirming that you have not submitted and will not submit a claim for this prescription for reimbursement under any federal, state or government-funded healthcare program, such as Medicare (including Part D), Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, Medigap, Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense or TRICARE.
  • Pharmacists with questions please call Customer Service at 844.415.0681.

If you have any questions about AbbVie’s TriCorTablets.com website that have not been answered, click here. This website and the information contained herein is intended for use by U.S. residents only, is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended to replace a discussion with a healthcare provider. All decisions regarding patient care must be made with a healthcare provider and take into consideration the unique characteristics of each patient.

USES AND IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

Uses for TriCor® (fenofibrate) Tablets4

  • TriCor should only be used when other measures, such as diet and exercise, have not been enough.
  • TriCor is a prescription medicine used along with diet in adults to lower triglycerides, total cholesterol, and LDL (bad) cholesterol, and to increase HDL (good) cholesterol.
  • TriCor is also used along with diet in adults to lower severely high triglycerides. Improving blood sugar control in certain people with diabetes may prevent the need for cholesterol drug therapy.
  • TriCor was not shown to reduce the risk of having heart problems in patients with type 2 diabetes.