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... I don't know for sure what you mean by what is our recourse....but if it is in regard to lowering cholesterol, maybe people should rethink that. ... (37 replies)
... If taking a statin you should take CoQ10 anyway. Jarrow is a reputable brand. ... (23 replies)
... but have to look for it.... ... (13 replies)

... Your cholesterol should drop pretty significantly and quickly on Crestor. However, Crestor is a very potent statin, so you should be on the watch for any sudden, chronic, unexplained muscle pains. Your doctor should also check your liver enzymes at 3 months to make sure you are tolerating the drug. ... (27 replies)
... Should I take coQ10 for high cholesterol instead of a statin? ... (23 replies)
... Niacin 500 mg x 2 each day plus supplementing with COQ10. My prior doctor gave me a prescription for Zetia, I had it filled but didn't start on it. ... (6 replies)
... Do you want to be on a prescription medicine for the rest of your life? ... (12 replies)
... Picking and choosing for price and convenience has me running to several places but then I'm getting what I want at the best price. ... (15 replies)
... I have taken CoQ10 for more than 8 years with no problems at all and I think it should be required with statins. ... (5 replies)
... an type plants or "ringers" from drug companies issuing what amounts to publicity releases on these or any boards claiming that any type of medicine is wonderful for all people. ... (39 replies)
... The problem with statins is that this is all one molecule. It cannot be broken apart to see if just lowering the cholesterol alone is the active part. If you break the molecule apart you destroy it. Therefore it can't be proven that the lowering of cholesterol is in itself important. ... (14 replies)
... They block the body's ability to make cholesterol, thus lowering the blood level of cholesterol, thereby curing cholesterol neurosis. Doctors and patients equally neurotic have immediate gratification. ... (7 replies)
Hey pcovers
Nov 10, 2002
... soluble nutrient also known as CoQ10, or ubiquinone. It is primarily found in the mitochondria, which are the cellular organelles that produce energy for the body. The nomenclature of ubiquinone comes from a combination of ubiquitous, meaning something that is found everywhere, and quinone 10. ... (10 replies)
... Coq10 is an antioxident. It helps cholesterol from becoming oxidized. Cholesterol is only bad when it becomes oxidized. You might not see a change in cholesterol numbers with Coq10, which is not the reason for CoQ10. Rust is a type of oxidation. You don't want your fenders on your cars to rust from the inside out. ... (6 replies)
... not the Total Cholesterol figure that you have quoted. So you need to know your mum's LDL cholesterol level. The figures below provide a guide as to the expected LDL reduction that can be expected. ... (7 replies)
... Statins block enzyme pathways involved in the production of cholesterol, thereby lowering cholesterol levels. The same enzymes that are involved in the production of cholesterol are also required for the production of the essential CoQ10. ... (29 replies)
... verse effects, most commonly affecting muscle and ranging from myalgia to rhabdomyolysis. These adverse effects may be due to a deficiency because inhibition of cholesterol biosynthesis also inhibits the synthesis of CoQ10. ... (5 replies)
Coenzyme Q-10?
Jan 22, 2006
... I've been taking CoQ10 for about 2 years now. Two years ago I had a very bad reaction when Tricor was added to my Lipitor therapy. ... (7 replies)
... My husband was on some type of cholesterol lowering drug for eight years. Lopid, Zocor, Lipitor and we even tried red yeast rice thinking it might have less side effects than prescription statins. ... (34 replies)
... has been shown not to raise blood sugars. Spectracell in Houston can do the intracellular magnesium test, as well as a complete intracellular panel, including cholesterol with is broken down much more than the normal cholesterol panels. Insurance will cover these tests. ... (37 replies)

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