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... to take a low dose, 81 mg. aspirin? ... (8 replies)
... Then when you add on top of that the fact that aspirin in reasonably high doses is probably the best inflammatory agent ever discovered with the possible exception of the far more dangerous cortisone, then the cards come down good for taking a dose of 650 mg. ... (18 replies)
... even with the best scenario diet experienced. ... (13 replies)

What should I do?
Jan 14, 2005
... I got sick of hearing from my internist year after year about how I should take a statin because of the total chol. and the LDL, so I asked my cardiologist, who disagreed with my internist and said I probably DIDN'T need a statin. ... (2 replies)
... and don't notice any problems and it's cheap so I'm ok with it and I also TAKE IT AT NIGHT. ... (12 replies)
... and anyone else on this thread who is interested, this will be a long post, but here's what I've been doing for many years, whether thin or chunky, walking each day or not, etc. ... (5 replies)
... they are putting their lives on the line protecting the freedoms that we all take for granted. I pray that they all come home safe and sound. ... (20 replies)
... ould do to my wife and kids. I went off the Lipitor because of a health insurance issue, and after about a week, I realized that I felt "normal" again. At this time my chol was still about 250 and tg about 400. In the mean time, I had a cardiac "event" and had a stint installed. ... (16 replies)
... of buffered Aspirin will help also. ... (5 replies)
High LP(a)
Jun 5, 2003
... CRP, the first thing I would try, if you don't do this already, is adding an aspirin per day to your regimen. ... (3 replies)

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