Finofibrate

Were you looking for information about Fenofibrate? Finofibrate is a common misspelling of fenofibrate.
 
Fenofibrate is a prescription medication used to decrease triglycerides (a fat-like substance) and cholesterol levels in the body. Brand names for this medicine include Triglide®, Tricor®, Antara®, Fenoglide®, Lipofen®, and Lofibra®. Fenofibrate works by increasing the production of an enzyme responsible for breaking down triglyceride-rich particles and increasing their removal from the body. The most common side effects seen with this drug include abdominal pain (stomach pain), headache, and difficulty breathing.
 
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