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... Crestor is the super statin. Some consumer group is trying to have it taken off the market. Many on this board use crestor and have received great numbers. Yes with any statin it is suggested a person take coq10 to alleviate muscle pain. ... (19 replies)
... I personally would not try Crestor because of my prior history. ... (5 replies)
... I have always been an avid exerciser and have lost 32 pounds since November of last year. ... (16 replies)

... y. Lastly, stop taking it for 3 weeks, then take a half a tab every other day for a week, if no leg cramps, then half a tab every day or stay on every other day. Crestor and Lipitor can be taken every other day because of how long they stay in the body. ... (5 replies)
... Ainfante-- How long were you on Lipitor? Crestor? and how long have you been having pain? (27 replies)
... of his patients have side effects. He was one himself and had to take a large dose of CoQ10 to reduce his muscle problems. ... (35 replies)
... It took me almost one and a half years for my muscle pains to completely disappear once I stopped taking my medicines. I had been on Lipitor for about 7 years, and when my doctor added Tricor to the mix, I had serious muscle aches within months... I stopped both, and didn't notice ANY improvement for several months. ... (4 replies)
... It could very likely be from the Crestor. Statins are known to cause muscle aches and pains. Be sure to take COQ10 if you are going to take statins. ... (1 replies)
... Try taking at least 100mg a day of CoQ10. Statins are known to decrease our supply CoQ10. This depletion leads to sore muscles and body aches. Fish Oil will also help with the joint aches. ... (2 replies)
... Adding CoQ10 to statins would be an excellent idea. However, I can only imagine what the added cost would be. ... (23 replies)
... I am being switched to Crestor and wonder how it compares to Lipitor, especially the side effects. ... (5 replies)
... Oh My! I have this soreness all over my body since starting Crestor! I mean I get pain everywhere. And the hips too, so even though I have an injury to my back from a car accident years ago, I have not had this kind of pain since starting Crestor. ... (27 replies)
... 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)
... I'm going to try Niacin, CoQ10, continue diet changes and resume a more vigorous exercise program. ... (14 replies)
... Statins actually have a significant effect on lowering TRIGS, especially Lipitor and Crestor.... ... (38 replies)
... I would appreciate any discussion by those who think my total and ldl are too low. Also, any opinions on the relationship to testosterone and Prolactin levels. ... (11 replies)
... ng overlooked in CHD because of the invention of statins. Inflammation is being overlooked. Low metabolism is being over looked. Thyroid is being overlooked. And just plain old exercise is being overlooked. Processed foods and transfats are being overlooked. ... (21 replies)
... and is usually only done if you have both high LDL and high Triglycerides that haven't responded to lifestyle changes. ... (3 replies)
... they can cause insulin intolerance and diabetes, which will definitely have a negative effect on your cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)
... suppose the tendency for a fatty liver may be hereditary just like obesity. You can remedy this, however, by losing weight, exercise, cut down on triglycerides and eat a healthy diet. You need to take at least 100 to 200 mg COQ10 to help with the damaging effects of the statin. ... (8 replies)


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