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Lowering low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol can be achieved with a healthy lifestyle including a nourishing diet and exercise, however many people take tablets known as statins to help the progress even further. Pravastatin is an effective statin that not only lowers bad cholesterol, but also encourages good cholesterol to flourish. At OnlineClinic, it is available in 10mg, 20mg or 40mg dosages depending to your personal requirements. All dosages are sold in a three-month supply of 84 tablets and will be delivered the very next day free of charge. As statins are most effective used in the long-term, after you've ordered once, you can take advantage of our quick reordering service. This saves you time and effort spent booking and attending doctor's appointments in person.
Pravastatin is a statin used to reduce high (LDL) cholesterol levels and promote the growth of good cholesterol (HDL) to reduce the risk of cardiovascular problems associated with the condition. It can also help promote a healthy lifestyle when altering your diet and exercise regime to complement the statin. As cholesterol is a long-term condition, beginning to target and improve your cholesterol levels can be started at any point, and can begin to make a difference to your overall health.
|Short facts about Pravastatin|
|How to use||
The typical dosage of Pravastatin taken each day is one tablet, however this may vary depending on your personal levels. Each tablet should be taken with water, with or without food.
|How it works||
Pravastatin targets the bad cholesterol by directly disrupting the enzyme that produce high levels of LDL and therefore helps good cholesterol levels flourish.
Pravastatin is most effective when taken over the long-term and has been proven successful in a number of dosages
At OnlineClinic, you can buy Pravastatin in dosages of 10mg, 20mg and 40mg.
Side effects of Pravastatin include abdominal pain, muscle cramping, nausea/vomiting, headaches and tiredness.
Lowering the bad cholesterol that has built up in the body is a necessary process, however it is also simple to do with statins like Pravastatin with the typical dosage being just one tablet a day. Pravastatin tablets comes in various doses from 10mg up to 40mg so are suited to a wide range of people with high LDL cholesterol levels. Each tablet works to lower bad cholesterol levels by targeting the enzyme that produced them, allowing good cholesterol to grow more abundantly.
Like all high cholesterol treatments, pravastatin should be used in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle plan. This includes alterations to your diet and a realistic exercise regime. The daily dosage of pravastatin can vary from person-to-person, however most will follow the below instructions:
In terms of the dosage you require, your doctor will be able to recommend you the ideal dosage to suit your personal requirements. It is important to always follow doctor's advice and read the patient leaflet (attached at the right of this page) before buying Pravastatin.
The recommended starting dosage for Pravastatin tends to be 40mg, depending on your particular levels. Dosages can be increased up to 80mg, however at OnlineClinic, we offer 10mg and 20mg along with the standard 40mg dose. Some doctors may begin your course on a lower dosage and increase if there is no difference to your cholesterol levels.
Pravastatin side effects are unlikely but some can occur. Luckily, these tend to be mild and/or temporary, as well as easily adjustable with the many dosage options. Some side effects of Pravastatin that you may experience include tiredness, headaches, muscle cramping, abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting and dizziness. Other side effects may also occur so it is important to read the patient leaflet beforehand to ensure the treatment is right for you.
Before buying Pravastatin, there are some precautions. These include if you are, have or have had:
Grapefruit and grapefruit juice should be avoided when taking Pravastatin, as it can interrupt the effectiveness of the statin, as should drinking excessive amounts of alcohol.
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.