Buy Tricor (Fenofibrate)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeTricor67 mg$121.99
drug typeTricor145 mg$167.99
drug typeTricor160 mg$177.99

Generic Equivalent of Tricor

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeFenofibrate48 mg$49.99
drug typeFenofibrate67 mg$69.99
drug typeFenofibrate100 mg$51.99
drug typeFenofibrate145 mg$56.99
drug typeFenofibrate160 mg$51.99
drug typeFenofibrate200 mg$61.99

Tricor Information

reviewed by reviwer portrait Dr. Bolanle Aina, Pharmacist on 4/13/2021 2:15:44 PM.
Buy Generic Tricor 48 mg
* The product images are for reference only. Generic equivalents may also be supplied by alternate manufacturers.

How and Where to Buy Tricor Online?

If you want to fill your prescription for Tricor, you can do it right here on if you have a signed copy of your prescription ready to upload. You can also speak with someone about your order, simply by dialing 1-866-485-7979. One of our pharmacy technicians would be happy to assist you. You may also visit our FAQ page to see if any of your questions might be answered there.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Tricor?

Tricor is the brand name medication manufactured by BGP Pharma. It might come from different countries including canada, United Kingdom, and Germany. Its generic equivalent is called Sandoz Fenofibrate comes from Canada (also from other supplies such as Apotex) and India.

What Dosages and Forms is Tricor available in?

We carry both the brand name medication, Tricor, and its generic equivalent, Fenofibrate, in a variety of dosages include: 48mg, 67mg, 145mg, and 160mg.

What is Tricor used for?

Tricor is a medicine used to treat high cholesterol and high triglyceride levels (fatty acids in the blood). Having high cholesterol and high triglycerides can increase a person’s risk of developing clogged arteries, which can lead to a host of complications, including death. Tricor works by reducing cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Tricor?

Most medications will come with side effects. Before deciding if Tricor are right for you, take a closer look at what you might expect.

Here are some of the most common side effects that come with taking Tricor:
• Mild stomach pain;
• Back pain;
• Headache;
• Runny or stuffy nose

Contact your doctor immediately and ask them if you should stop taking Tricor, especially if you experience any of the following side effects:
• Severe pain in your upper stomach that spreads to your back;
• Nausea and vomiting;
• Fast heart rate;
• Easy bruising;
• Unusual bleeding (mouth, nose, vagina, rectum);
• Purple or red pinpoint spots under the skin;
• Chest pain;
• Sudden cough, wheezing, rapid breathing, or coughing up blood;
• Pain, swelling, warmth, or redness in one or both legs

In rare cases, Tricor can cause the breakdown of skeletal muscle tissue, leading to kidney failure. Call your doctor right away if you experience:
• Muscle pain;
• Tenderness;
• Weakness;
• Fever;
• Unusual tiredness;
• Dark colored urine

Stop taking Tricor and seek help if you have any signs of allergic reaction, which includes:
• Hives;
• Difficulty breathing;
• Swelling of your lips, face, tongue, and/or throat

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Tricor?

You should not use Tricor if you’re allergic to fenofibrate, or if you have any of the following conditions:
• Liver disease;
• Severe kidney disease (or if you’re on dialysis);
• Gallbladder disease;
• On dialysis;
• Or if you’re nursing a baby

Be sure to talk to your doctor to determine if Tricor is safe for you, particularly if you have or have had the following:
• Kidney disease;
• Diabetes;
• Heart disease;
• Thyroid disorder;
• History of pancreatitis or liver disease

Tricor can have adverse reactions to other medications. We can’t list them all, but here are some of the most notable ones:
• Other cholesterol lowering medications;
• Colchicine;
• Blood thinners;
• Drugs that weaken the immune system
o Cancer medications
o Steroids
o Medicines to prevent organ transplant rejection

If you take cholestyramine, colesevelam, or colestipol, wait 4-6 hours after taking any of them before taking Tricor. Avoid taking fenofibrate within 1 hour before taking the other medicine, as well.

Be sure to talk to your doctor if you are using the above medication, and those you start or stop while on Tricor.

Tricor Storage and Safety Information

Store Tricor at room temperature away from extreme heat, light, and moisture.

Avoid drinking alcohol with this medication, as it can raise triglyceride levels, and damage your liver.

It’s not currently known whether or not Tricor will harm an unborn or nursing infant. It’s best to avoid this medication if you are pregnant or nursing.

Seek emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5060 immediately if you suspect an overdose.

Keep out of the reach of children.

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The drug information provided here is only a summary and does not contain all the list of possible side effects and drug interactions regarding this medication. Be sure to contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any specific question or concern. If you require any advice or information about the drugs on this page, a medical condition or treatment advice, you should always speak to a healthcare professional.

Please note that not all products, including any referenced in this page, are shipped by our affiliated Canadian Pharmacy. We are affiliated with other dispensaries that ship product to our customers from the following jurisdictions: Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, Turkey, Mauritius, India, and United Kingdom. The items in your order maybe shipped from any of the above jurisdictions. The products are sourced from various countries as well as those listed above. Rest assured, we only affiliate with our authorized dispensaries that procure product through reliable sources.

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