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When can I stop taking Vascepa?

You can stop taking Vascepa (icosapent ethyl), a prescription fish oil treatment for high triglycerides, when you and your doctor decide it isn't working for you or that side effects are excessive. Do not stop taking it or change your dose before talking to your doctor.

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