Select your treatment after the consultation:
Lipostat (pravastatin) tablets are available to order online at OnlineClinic in doses of 10mg, 20mg and 40mg. This high cholesterol treatment is available to buy in a single pack containing 84 tablets. Deciding to order your treatment from OnlineClinic ensures that you can completely avoid the inconvenience of obtaining and attending doctor's appointments. Lipostat tablets are highly effective in lowering cholesterol levels and can also lower fat levels in the blood of people who have had an organ transplant. Extra packs of Lipostat tablets can be swiftly ordered online by through the use of our repeat ordering process. A useful reminder service will prompt you to buy additional tablets when they're needed.
This effective high cholesterol treatment can be purchased quickly and securely online at OnlineClinic after filling out a simple online consultation form. Once approved, your medication will be delivered to you via our fast and completely free next day delivery service.
Lipostat (pravastatin) is prescription medication that you can buy online to effectively treat high cholesterol. Lipostat is a type of statin that can lower the cholesterol levels of individuals diagnosed with high cholesterol.
Excess LDL, or bad cholesterol, can unfortunately build up inside the blood vessels and cause blockages. The wax-like substance can then disrupt blood flow, increasing the risk of heart attack, coronary heart disease and stroke as the arteries harden. It makes high cholesterol a potentially dangerous condition. Lipostat, however, can effectively reduce these risks by lowering the amount of LDL inside the body, helping avoid the settling of LDL into these cholesterol 'clumps'.
Lipostat is also unique in that it can be prescribed to organ transplant patients as a means to assist reducing the levels of fat inside the blood.
|Short facts about Lipostat|
|How to take||
Take one tablet a day with or without food. This tablet is usually taken in the evening before bed
|How it works||
Lipostat lowers LDL levels in the blood, whilst promoting HDL levels. Lipostat reduces LDL by inhibiting an enzyme necessary for it's production.
Lipostat lowers the chances of cholesterol settling, which prevents further health problems as a result. Lipostat can also be taken by organ-transplant patients to lower fat levels inside their blood.
You can buy Lipostat pills at OnlineClinic in dosages 10 mg, 20 mg or 40 mg.
Side effects aren't very common, but could potentially include nausea, headaches and constipation.
Lipostat works by reducing the amount of LDL inside the blood, while at the same time promoting the levels of good cholesterol called HDL. It does this by blocking an enzyme inside the liver, known as HMG-CoA reductase, which is responsible for the production of LDL. By inhibiting this chemical, production of LDL is reduced and the body is able to process any excess easier. This means there is less chance that the cholesterol will settle and cause any further health issues.
Found below are a list of helpful instructions and tips with regards to how you should take Lipostat pills:
You can buy Lipostat tablets at OnlineClinic in dosages of 10mg, 20mg or 40mg. These dosages are available to order in a pack containing 84 tablets.
Like all prescription medication, Lipostat may cause certain side effects. These should be mild, if experienced at all, and should disappear after continued use as the body adjusts. If any side effect grows worse or persists, you should consult your doctor immediately.
Common side effects could potentially include headache, nausea, constipation, trouble sleeping and stomach tenderness. Less common side effects may include swelling of the face, itching, a rash, muscle pain and weakness. If you experience any of the less common side effects you should discontinue treatment immediately and seek medical attention.
Before you buy Lipostat it is important that you consider the precautions associated with this treatment:
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.