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Has anyone taking Simcor or simvastatin experienced severe muscle cramps?

Posted 4 Jan 2012 by KennethH 1 answer

I've taken simvastatin for 3-4 years and have had muscle aches and pains, then began taking Simcor in august and had the usual flushing at various times, but recently I was awakened by severe muscle cramps in both calves. I could not stand and the cramp finally went away after sitting on the ...

Can it cause blurred vision/reduced vision?

Posted 22 Jul 2010 by joan chavis 2 answers

i have been on this medication for almost three month,it has been about three months that I starting have blurred vision and reduced vision. It it extremely agitating. I had a recent eye exam-this month- and my vision was normal. Reading has become more straining on my eyes!!!

Ok so I have done everything it says to do to avoid the flushing but no help whats next?

Posted 30 Nov 2010 by simcorBrandi 1 answer

ok so I have been on Simcor for almost a month now and have not moved up to the next dose yet. I have had 2 episodes of what they call flushing and to tell you the truth. I thought I was being burned to death, or having my skin peeled off layer by layer and I got very itchy and dizzy and my mouth ...

Any one experience hair thinning while taking cholesterol meds?

Posted 1 Dec 2009 by chevyfan 2 answers

I was taking simcor, after a few months I noticed my hair was thinner, and oily which I never had oily hair in the past. I believe it caused increased hair shedding and slow regrowth, I know simcor caused this because I was taking nothing else and not doing anything different with my hair. I ...

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