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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... The LESS statin he takes, the more likely his problems will abate. ... (6 replies)
... I am just wondering if there is any real difference between the different statin drugs. My husband took Lipitor for a while, and was taken off it because of muscle aches. ... (6 replies)
... My husband takes niacin. It works well. Nystatin is the prescription version, but we saw no difference between the script and the OTC. ... (3 replies)

... As for feeling better when you cholesteral is higher that would only relate to what you are eating. Maybe you just feel better eating certain high fat foods. The difference between 220 and 250 wouldn't show. ... (8 replies)
... Research the difference between the two......and more importantly......the cost. ... (5 replies)
... They are both fibrates Kathy. I think Zetia is more for LDL and Tricor is mostly for the Trigs. and VLDL. Do a web search, just type in ...what is Zetia, then the same for Tricor and it gives U all the info. Good luck..... :wave: ************************************************* Ezetimibe (Zetia®) is an anti-hyperlipidemic medication. It acts by decreasing cholesterol... (4 replies)
... Do you know the difference between zetia and tricor? ... (4 replies)
... DO you notice any difference between the first pour off and the last pour off? ... (45 replies)
... OK, it's small, about 22 in each group, and small studies need a large difference in results to be significant. ... (4 replies)
... or 10mg Lipitor. Also.... My point, was that it may be the AMOUNT of statin taken which relates to symptoms and this may not necessarily correlate with the efficacy. ... (6 replies)
... even though it's just as effective. Using LESS statin may be the key. ... (6 replies)
... Some do have side effects from ALL statins; others might not. Also, side effects can be more severe when a second statins is tried. CoQ10 can help alleviate muscle pain, as statins deplete this essential nutrient. Take a minimum of 50mg, preferably 100mg at the same time your husband takes the statin. Statins can also cause memory problems, although most doctors today flatly... (6 replies)
Lipitor???
May 8, 2010
... I am by no means a physician nor a pharmacist. I am simply citing online references. But Crestor is one statin in particlular that you must look out for. ... (9 replies)
... cholesterol reduction in a population with previous statin intolerance. ... (10 replies)
... Nameless, I am curious if you started back on the Slo-Niacin? I am considering starting back in addition to fish oil. Were/are you using Lipitor (or another statin) too? (6 replies)
... You have hit the nail on the head there. Lots of claims are made about the link between saturated fat and heart disease. But causality, based on rigorous scientific method, has never been proved. ... (16 replies)
... No. I prefer fried soy to meat. I love soy chili and pasta and soy, etc. Because of the Chili or Pasta sauce, I can't really tell the difference between having soy or meat in the sauce. ... (24 replies)
... you that my doctor has used the same type of niacin, inositol hexaniacinate, for many years and told me he is prescribing it more all the time. I can not take a statin and have been taking that niacin and on my last test my total had dropped 40 points. I have been taking 1000mg's each evening with my meal. ... (12 replies)
... sily penetrate the LDL molecule. But it's important to take a good quality vitamin E product. The synthetic form just doesn't cut it. The human body can tell the difference between natural and synthetic vitamin E. ... (12 replies)
Statin Studies
Sep 7, 2005
... Very little difference in life expectency between statins and placebo. Same number of people died at the end of the studies, statins or placebo. ... (31 replies)


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