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Posted 27 Jul 2016 by • 0 answers
My cholesterol still runs about 257. I decided not to take the 80 mg dose because of the possible affects on my liver. Does anyone else run that high even on their medicines?
Posted 8 Jan 2016 by • 1 answer
My son is an alcoholic he took lipitor and his triglycerides went from 2900 to 8000 he needed dialysis if he continues to drink can he even take cholesterol meds?
Posted 21 Mar 2016 by • 0 answers
After reading all the comments. I am really nervous about taking this drug or any.. I am 66 and never had to take anything but an anti-biotic. Can anyone offer me something positive. Thanks
Posted 23 Dec 2012 by • 1 answer
any other medicine than lipitor to lower ldl? and CRP?
Posted 24 Feb 2011 by • 1 answer
Hi! Is there any essential differences (which makes a difference on how they work, are metabolized, way of action, possible side effects of each) between the drugs Lofibra, Tricor and Trilipix?
Posted 6 Aug 2010 by • 1 answer
Today started Lactulose Solution 10g/15 mL for severe constipation due to side effects of my new cholesterol drug, Cholestyramine, which I take for hereditary high cholesteral/triglycerides (cannot take statins due to muscle damage). Question: Wouldn't Lactulose raise my already high ...
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