Tonact Cp tablet is a cholesterol-lowering medicine used to lower down the bad cholesterol level, triglyceride levels (like fat in the blood) and reduce the risk of heart problems like a heart stroke. It contains atorvastatin as its active ingredient. It belongs to a group of lipid-lowering medications, known as "Statins" or "HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors". It acts by inhibiting this enzyme involved in regulating cholesterol levels in your body, decreasing the levels of bad cholesterol and increasing the levels of good cholesterol. It is recommended to take this medicine at bedtime. Since cholesterol production or build-up takes place majorly at night when the body is at the resting phase, it is more effective when taken at night. While on this medication, avoid high fat and fried meals and engage yourself in some exercises to stay active and gain faster benefits along with medication....
Q: Does this medicine cause diabetes?
A: If you experienced an increase in blood sugar level, inform your doctor. A slight increase in sugar level can occur after taking this medicine. Regularly check your blood levels if you are on this treatment.
Q: What if my daily schedule interferes with taking my medicine?
A: Try to take your medicine at the same time every day. Try connecting your medicine with something you do every day, such as brushing your teeth at night or having your dinner. This may help you remember to take it. Keep a daily calendar or set an alarm clock to go at the time you need to take your medicine.
Q: Can Tonact Cp tablet cause weight gain?
A: Weight gain due to Tonact Cp tablet is an uncommon side effect, which means not everyone experiences this symptom. If this symptom is bothering you, talk to your doctor or dietician.
Q: Will Tonact Cp tablet lower my blood pressure?
A: Tonact Cp tablet is not known to lower the blood pressure. This medicine is known to reduce cholesterol level of an individual. Thus, lowering the risk of a heart attack.
Q: I have liver disease. Can I take Tonact Cp tablet to treat my fatty liver condition?
A: Based on your severity and extent of the condition, your doctor will prescribe you with the best possible medication to treat the condition. Never self-medicate without consulting the doctor.