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... Ok, if your doctor said it, it must be correct. I've never know of a doctor to "make up things" By the way I guess people should NEVER take lipitor for high cholesterol, because Lipitor is know to cause glucose to increase in many people. ... (19 replies)
... My doc told me once that there is a "delicate" balance between cholesterol, risk factors like smoking, drinking, possibly hypothyroid a little, and glucose levels. ... (19 replies)
Lipitor and tricor
Sep 27, 2004
... both cardio and resistance training. ... (24 replies)

... Autumn...I have heard a diuretic can affect your glucose levels, which would mess up your Trigs. especially. Have no idea about the other numbers. ... (3 replies)
... I went off it because it was starting to raise my glucose levels above normal which I felt was worse than the high LDL. My glucose dropped like a stone after stopping the niaspan so I am glad I went off it. ... (9 replies)
... about the kidney thing, but as U said, she is at present at the top of the range, but maybe that will change next blood test. Once my Thyroid was off the charts, and noone knew why, yet the next blood test it was perfect? ... (13 replies)
... CRP and homosysteine levels checked? ... (8 replies)
... After taking Baycol for almost 3 years was changed to lipitor about 10 months ago. When the Dr. ... (0 replies)
Gout and Niaspan
Feb 20, 2010
... at high doses and raise glucose levels slightly. ... (3 replies)
May 14, 2009
... Crestor is very effective even at low doses. The rule is to start low and then slowly increase over time if necessary. Crestor was the second statin after Baychol to almost be withdrawn from the AMerican market. ... (9 replies)
Little Help
Jun 28, 2001
... I took Lipitor for almost 2 years. The symptoms creep up on you, and I didn't realize for a long time that it was the Lipitor. ... (20 replies)
... to 173, tri 351 to 182, hdl 48 to 44 and ldl from 190 to 92.6. ... (16 replies)
... Just out of curiosity, where did you read that lipitor can raise blood sugar in some individuals? ... (4 replies)
... dl and above is diabetic. ... (4 replies)
... initially and after the Lipitor? ... (16 replies)
... e 500 range, triglycerides in the thousands. Within three months of her triple bypass operation, she had a heart attack. At that time, her cholesterol was 575, and TG's were 4750. She was catheterized and it was found that one bypass was occluded, and one partially so. ... (7 replies)
... You are likely correct, Hubble. Tests of Lipitor 10 mg. ... (3 replies)
... Autumn...As Uff said, I think although your numbers are a bit high, they could be reduced with diet and exercise. Unless U have other risk factors like, diabetes, history of heart disease, family history of early heart disease, then I think the dr. ... (11 replies)
... My reply was actually to Miriam7 but to my knowledge statins will not permanently lower cholesterol levels after you stop taking them. They interfere with an enzyme in the liver which manufactures cholesterol. ... (17 replies)
... You have to be really careful as to what you choose for your mother. According to Syndrome X the presence of High Cholesterol LDL's, low HDL's and blood glucose are often what triggers heart Attacks. There is a delicate balance that exists between the three. ... (12 replies)

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