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

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
simvastatin oral     984 User Reviews
Lipitor oral     936 User Reviews
Crestor oral     724 User Reviews
Zocor oral     578 User Reviews
pravastatin oral     499 User Reviews
Zetia oral     350 User Reviews
WelChol oral     343 User Reviews
Tricor oral     282 User Reviews
Trilipix oral     191 User Reviews
lovastatin oral     157 User Reviews
Vytorin 10-40 oral     130 User Reviews
Pravachol oral     109 User Reviews
Vytorin 10-20 oral     109 User Reviews
Simcor oral     101 User Reviews
atorvastatin oral     99 User Reviews
fenofibrate oral     95 User Reviews
Caduet oral     45 User Reviews
Antara oral     31 User Reviews
Vytorin 10-80 oral     29 User Reviews
rosuvastatin oral     28 User Reviews
Vytorin 10-10 oral     25 User Reviews
Advicor oral     20 User Reviews
Lescol XL oral     19 User Reviews
Lescol oral     15 User Reviews
Fenoglide oral     15 User Reviews
Lipofen oral     14 User Reviews
fenofibrate micronized oral     11 User Reviews
ezetimibe oral     11 User Reviews
Triglide oral     11 User Reviews
amlodipine-atorvastatin oral     5 User Reviews
colesevelam oral     4 User Reviews
Lofibra oral     4 User Reviews
ezetimibe-simvastatin oral     4 User Reviews
fenofibric acid oral     4 User Reviews
niacin-simvastatin oral     3 User Reviews
Altoprev oral     3 User Reviews
Liptruzet oral     3 User Reviews
fluvastatin oral     2 User Reviews
fenofibrate nanocrystallized oral     2 User Reviews
niacin-lovastatin oral     1 User Reviews
fenofibric acid (choline) oral     1 User Reviews
ezetimibe-atorvastatin oral     1 User Reviews
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