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Fenoglide Tablets

Fenoglide® (fenofibrate) is a prescription medication used for treating high triglycerides and unhealthy cholesterol levels. Available as a tablet, Fenoglide is typically taken once a day. Although it does not matter what time of day you take it, you should take your dose with a meal and at the same time each day (to maintain an even level of medication in your blood).
 
Fenoglide belongs to a class of drugs known as fibric acid derivatives (also known as fibrates). It works by increasing the activity of an enzyme (lipoprotein lipase) that breaks down triglyceride-rich particles and increases their removal from the body. The medication can also decrease the amount of these particles that are made and released from the liver. Depending on the type of cholesterol problem you have, Fenoglide may also:
 
(Click Fenoglide for more information on when and how to take Fenoglide, to learn more about the effects of this medication, and to find out what side effects may occur during the treatment process.)
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