What is Jezil?
Jezil is a drug which is usually prescribed along with a diet to people who have very high levels of serum triglycerides and who are at a risk of developing pancreatitis.
What other issues are treated with Jezil?
This medication may also be used in order to reduce the risk of developing coronary heart disease in people who have not responded to the other therapy options: weight loss, exercises, and diet and to other triglyceride lowering drugs.
How does Jezil work?
The exact way in which Jezil works is not known but it is thought to work by lowering the bad (LDL) cholesterol and triglycerides while raising the good (HDL) cholesterol. This shall help in keeping blood vessels unblocked and decreases the risk of heart disease to prevent heart attacks, angina and stroke.
How to take Jezil?
The usual dose is one tablet (600 mg) twice a day. Swallow the tablets with a glass of water. Take one tablet in the morning and in the evening, at about the same time each day.
How long to take Jezil?
Jezil helps to control high cholesterol and triglyceride levels but does not cure it. To properly control your condition Jezil must be taken every day on a long-term basis, even if you feel well.