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    Considering taking medication to treat High Cholesterol? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of High Cholesterol. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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    simvastatin oral     1000 User Reviews
    Lipitor oral     959 User Reviews
    Crestor oral     735 User Reviews
    Zocor oral     579 User Reviews
    pravastatin oral     513 User Reviews
    Zetia oral     363 User Reviews
    Tricor oral     286 User Reviews
    Niaspan oral     272 User Reviews
    Trilipix oral     191 User Reviews
    Livalo oral     178 User Reviews
    lovastatin oral     160 User Reviews
    Vytorin 10-40 oral     131 User Reviews
    atorvastatin oral     116 User Reviews
    Vytorin 10-20 oral     111 User Reviews
    Pravachol oral     110 User Reviews
    Simcor oral     101 User Reviews
    fenofibrate oral     99 User Reviews
    Questran oral     60 User Reviews
    colestipol oral     50 User Reviews
    Cholestyramine Light oral     49 User Reviews
    niacin oral     45 User Reviews
    Caduet oral     45 User Reviews
    Prevalite oral     43 User Reviews
    Slo-Niacin oral     40 User Reviews
    rosuvastatin oral     31 User Reviews
    Antara oral     31 User Reviews
    Vytorin 10-80 oral     30 User Reviews
    Colestid oral     27 User Reviews
    cholestyramine (with sugar) oral     26 User Reviews
    Vytorin 10-10 oral     25 User Reviews
    Advicor oral     20 User Reviews
    Lescol XL oral     19 User Reviews
    Questran Light oral     17 User Reviews
    Lescol oral     15 User Reviews
    Fenoglide oral     15 User Reviews
    Lipofen oral     14 User Reviews
    Endur-Acin oral     13 User Reviews
    fenofibrate micronized oral     12 User Reviews
    ezetimibe oral     12 User Reviews
    Triglide oral     11 User Reviews
    cholestyramine-aspartame oral     9 User Reviews
    Repatha SureClick subcutaneous     9 User Reviews
    amlodipine-atorvastatin oral     5 User Reviews
    Praluent Syringe subcutaneous     5 User Reviews
    Lofibra oral     4 User Reviews
    ezetimibe-simvastatin oral     4 User Reviews
    fenofibric acid oral     4 User Reviews
    Altoprev oral     3 User Reviews
    niacin-simvastatin oral     3 User Reviews
    pitavastatin oral     3 User Reviews
    Colestid Flavored oral     2 User Reviews
    fluvastatin oral     2 User Reviews
    fenofibrate nanocrystallized oral     2 User Reviews
    Praluent Pen subcutaneous     2 User Reviews
    Repatha Syringe subcutaneous     2 User Reviews
    Niacor oral     1 User Reviews
    niacin-lovastatin oral     1 User Reviews
    fenofibric acid (choline) oral     1 User Reviews
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