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... Yes, I think it's safe but counterproductive because alchohol with raise your triglycerides. ... (1 replies)
... It's not the cream and eggs you need to be concerned with, but the sugar in that eggnog. (10 replies)
... I use Crestor and drink several glasses of wine every night..no problems at all. I think WHEN you drink is also important. ... (10 replies)

... I have to agree with Zip2play. A couple of drinks should be fine. Although one must exercise caution while using these drugs, that's no reason to get too panicky. ... (10 replies)
... and the ratios stayed constant. I guess my age combined with not being able to lower the numbers finally convinced me to try a statin. ... (13 replies)
... week. Stay off the Crestor until the pain is gone, and them you might try taking it every other day, with CoQ10... Stay off things like Niacin or Red Yeast Rice while on a statin... Are you on any other meds? ... (13 replies)
... but I was only taking 10mg. At first when I started on 20mg it went down to 183 but my hdl also went down to 50. On top of that I reduced my alcohol intake and only eat very low fat. ... (13 replies)
... As he found out, metabolic syndrome CAN be dealt with by strict diet, excellent weight control and exercise, with perhaps the addition of an agent like niacin or even daily alcohol. BUT this is not a diet that one can go off of...it must be a lifetime committment. ... (21 replies)
... All, As you know, I did not suceed in controlling my cholesterol with diet and exercise and nutritional supplements (vitamins,...). My total cholesterol shot up to 285 in June after almost 2 years of 'alternative' therapy. My doctor put me on 5mg of Crestor 6 weeks ago - and my results are as follows: TC 190 LDL 86 HDL 39 Trig 326 (4 replies)
Crestor Safe ?
May 26, 2005
... I believe Dr. Golomb Study was independent. The side effect rate she uncovered was scary. I'm trying to find a good search phrase to help people find her results site, and unfortunately not succeeding :( Did find this info that I hadn't previously seen Researchers who studied 500,000 residents of Denmark -- about 9 percent of that country's population -- found that... (19 replies)
Crestor Safe ?
May 25, 2005
... one in the medical profession or the pharmaceuticals are following up with any independent studies of the true side effects of statins. There's no profit in this kind of study. ... (19 replies)
Triglycerides?
Jan 24, 2014
... All I can suggest is to lose weight, exercise, and watch your diet. If you can't control your numbers naturally your doctor may prescribe Crestor and/or prescription strength fish oil (Vascepa) as mine did. Since my last post, and after 10 days of Crestor 10mg and Vascepa and low to moderate alcohol consumption my total cholesterol went down to 109 and trig to 128 (from... (4 replies)
... lipid numbers. My overall cholesteral was near 200 but lipids were a little out of whack so he prescribed Crestor and told me to take Niacin every day. My prescription ran out around Christmas 2013 so I hadn't taken the Crestor for about two weeks prior to Monday's test. ... (13 replies)
... I posted earlier about my general fatigue with statins and my headaches with Crestor in particular. ... (0 replies)
... what dose of crestor were you started on? ... (4 replies)
... may help, which may allow you to reach healthy levels with less or no drugs. A higher muscle lower fat body composition can also help. ... (4 replies)
... the replies. I don't eat any sugar, no sweets, no alcohol, and no processed food. I am, in fact, on an Atkins diet so my saturated fats are the issue, I think, with my high LDL. I should also add that my cholesterol numbers are better this last 2 months and all due to the Niaspan. ... (16 replies)
... if you could drop them, your overall numbers would be fine. Cut back on sweets, white carbs, and alcohol if that applies to you. ... (16 replies)
... Healthy eating habits have a lot to do with it. Alcohol can be a big factor in higher triglycerides. Alcohol can add to the belly fat as well. I like wine, but I learned that too much can lead to weight gain and skews the numbers a little. ... (3 replies)
... I've read that one's ALT might still test have even after stopping the acetaminophen and even while taking it low dose! The AST is typically high with heavy alcohol consumption. Mine has never been high even on Crestor or Vytorin. Definitely, both are key liver enzymes. ... (26 replies)


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