My doctor just started me on lovaza, 4 pills a day. i hear some people only take 1 or 2 pills...how many pills do most people take each day?? also do most people end up taking these pills forever?
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5 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Lovaza useMy doctor just started me on lovaza, 4 pills a day. i hear some people only take 1 or 2 pills...how many pills do most people take each day?? also do most people end up taking these pills forever?
Lovaza is for lowering very high triglycerides. Fish oil does that very well, which is why I take it myself. How long you continue to take it is your choice. Lovaza has "not been shown to prevent heart attacks or strokes" according to the official Lovaza website.
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Report This| Share this:Lovaza useLovaza is for lowering very high triglycerides. Fish oil does that very well, which is why I take it myself. How long you continue to take it is your choice. Lovaza has <i>"not been shown to prevent heart attacks or strokes"</i> according to the official Lovaza website.
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