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Grazka (Anonymous, 164.127.221.) Warszawa 3 months ago

Can I take Sortis with Zejula?

Can I take Sortis with Niraparib if I have a hand condition. I read from the leaflet that this cholesterol medication can damage my muscles, so I'm concerned about taking it. Thank you

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Anna Olejnik Pharmacist, Editor

3 months ago

If you use both drugs at the same time, there is a risk of intensifying the side effects of the statin.

Among the side effects of taking statins are m.in.
- from the side of the skeletal system - muscle pain, joint pain, limb pain, muscle cramps, joint swelling, back pain

In addition, patients often develop hepatitis, itching, hives, headaches, allergic reactions.

Sortis is a prescription medicine, so I would advise you to contact your doctor. On the basis of your test results, the doctor will decide whether to change the medication or implement a different treatment, e.g. introduce an appropriate diet that will allow you to lower your cholesterol levels without the need for pharmacotherapy. Do not stop taking this medicine on your own.

It is very important to provide your doctor with a complete list of the medications you are taking. If you notice any other concerns, you should also mention them to your doctor.

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