Lipaphen

Were you looking for information about Lipofen? Lipaphen is a common misspelling of Lipofen.
 
Lipofen® (fenofibrate) is a prescription medicine often used for the treatment of unhealthy triglyceride and cholesterol levels. Specifically, it is used to increase good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol), lower bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol), and decrease triglycerides. This drug is a fibrate medication that works by increasing the activity of a specific enzyme that breaks down triglyceride-rich particles and increases their removal from the body. Potential side effects of this drug include abdominal pain, increased liver enzymes, and respiratory problems.
 
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