Compare Trilipix vs. Omega 3 Acid
Head-to-head comparisons of medication uses, side effects, ratings, and more.
Trilipix is good for lowering triglycerides (fats), but it's not as good as statins for improving cholesterol and cardiovascular disease risk.
Omega-3 Acid is good for lowering triglycerides (fats), but some people can't take it due to allergies.
- Lowers "bad" cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides (fats) and raises "good" cholesterol (HDL) in people who have trouble doing this through diet and exercise.
- Good medicine for lowering triglycerides.
- Lowers triglycerides (fats) when combined with exercise and a low cholesterol diet.
- In studies, Omega-3 Acid has lowered the risk of stroke and heart attack leading to death, especially in people with high cholesterol or high triglycerides.
- In clinical studies, Trilipix hasn't lowered cholesterol or the risk of heart attack and stroke better than statins.
- Different forms and strengths of this medication can't be substituted for each other.
- You can't take it if you're allergic to fish or shellfish.
- You have to take it with food.
- Extended release
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- Taste perversion4%
- Muscle pain
- Taking Trilipix (Fenofibric Acid) with statins
- Liver damage
- Past history of liver disease
- Increased bleeding risk
- Taking Trilipix (Fenofibric Acid) with anticoagulants
- Changes in blood tests
- Skin reactions
- Blood clots
- Increased risk for colds and flu
- Allergic reactions
- Allergy to fish or shellfish
- Heart flutter
- Atrial fibrillation