... taking the powder and find the regimine quite difficult since I also take Synthroid and Atenolol and there are drug interactions. Have you heard of this and has it worked?
I have just been placed on Questran 3x/day, along with Metamucil to control my Cholesterol. I am?
- 4 Oct 2009 by Anonymous
- metamucil, questran, synthroid, atenolol, hyperlipoproteinemia type iib (elevated ldl + vldl)
16 Oct 2009
I know Questran and Metamucil are used to treat hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol).
Try and manage the regime for a while at least to see how the Questran and Metamucil work for you. If it doesn't help with lowering your cholesterol then you could stop or change it.
I suppose you take Synthroid before breakfast. Perhaps try taking the atenolol with Synthroid as well. Then you can take Questran and Metamucil with your meals.
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