Were you looking for information about Tricor? Tricore is a common misspelling of Tricor.
Tricor® (fenofibrate) is a medication often prescribed to treat high cholesterol and high triglycerides. By increasing the production of an enzyme that breaks down triglyceride-rich particles and increases their removal from the body, the drug can raise HDL ("good cholesterol") and reduce triglycerides, LDL ("bad cholesterol"), and total cholesterol. Before using Tricor, talk to your healthcare provider if you have diabetes, heart disease, or thyroid problems. Potential side effects of the drug include abdominal pain, headache, and constipation or mild diarrhea.
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