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... f lovastatin, I'd personally feel much safer taking the lovastatin than the RYR. At least the quality control of the lovastatin production process is monitored, and presumably much greater than for the RYR. How would you even know what dose of lovastatin you are getting in the RYR? ... (7 replies)
... a natural product, but that doesn't make it safe. Mushrooms are natural , but eating them can be lethal. RYR also cuts off the pathway through which cholesterol and ubiquinone are produced. So you can expect to see the same side effects. ... (7 replies)
... I was discussing with a friend the other day the option of using red yeast rice to help lower our cholesterol. ... (7 replies)

... dose red yeast rice supplements along with my statin? ... (2 replies)
... s were like mine and my father had angioplasty at 65. The age of your father when he had his procedure, certainly puts you at a modest risk as well as your boderline BP. ... (5 replies)
... mostly severe neuropathy in feet and toes, knee, hip, and thumb base joint pain. ... (9 replies)
Crestor Question
Aug 21, 2010
... If you have interest in the latter, there are many conversations here about natural supplements like Red Yeast Rice, Flush Niacin and Omega Oils. I have had great success with these myself. ... (7 replies)
... It is likely that doctors see a 90% non-compliance or failure rate with recommendations for diet, exercise, and fat loss, so they give up trying to suggest that as a remedy, since the patients will just come back a year or few later in worse condition (still eating garbage, not exercising, fatter, and with worse lipid numbers and atherosclerosis). (19 replies)
... one of my friends was started on 10mg of Crestor without trying diet, excersise, natural remedies, and wasnt given any dietary advice at all, so he is taking his crestor and still living on coke, deep fried lard and hamburgers. Sure, diet doesnt work for everyone, but it would make sense to atleast try. ... (19 replies)
... I wouldn't do it but I have sworn off of ANY statins. I think if you needed more, your doctor would give you a higher dose of the Crestor. I think Crestor is the most powerful of the statin family so proceed with caution.. ... (2 replies)
... I note that there are earlier threads on this topic and I am glad to see some new discussion on it. ... (27 replies)
... hanks for the response. I can't relate the start of the pain to a particular event, that's why I questioned the Crestor. I have been on Protonix for about a year and I do use Nasacort for sinus issues. ... (13 replies)
... or did it just come on 'out of the blue' and persist and get worse? ... (13 replies)
... Dream on.... ;) (32 replies)
... First of all.... thanks for sharing that link for FDA checking into Crestor, finally! And you are wise to be concerned. ... (32 replies)
High cholesterol
Feb 4, 2015
... So as I said before, doc wanted me to start on 10mg crestor and I came to ask for advice... ... (27 replies)
... t is a very low dose of flush Niacin. You could try very slowly ramping it up until, eventually, you're at 1200 to 1500 mg. You can take this in divided doses AM and PM. This would help to raise your HDL. ... (13 replies)
... ues except hypertension" in spite of my telling him I was suffering a crushing chest pain throughout the latter half of the stress test. He said can you continue and I did...I'm very competitive. ... (23 replies)
... Today I was disappointed after seeing both my primary care provider and my gynecologist. ... (9 replies)
... Read my threads on Nature's Plus Red Yeast Rice. ... (4 replies)


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