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... Oh and 40 minutes of hard aerobic on a stationary bike to a heart rate in the 130's doesn't get my HDL up either... ... (12 replies)
... Hi, I have been lurking around this newsgroup and this topic for awhile now and appreciate all the help and advice that you guys have given. I am going to see my doctor again next Tuesday since I had my most recent blood tests last week. He knew his schedule was booked so he wanted me to see ANY doctor in his office asap...never a good sign... Anyway, I am 39, 6'1, 185... (12 replies)
Lipitor and tricor
Sep 28, 2004
... Wow - I thought it was understood that I eat a natural low carbohydrate diet and have eliminated all trans fats. That differs quite a bit from the standard American diet. Carbohydrates induce insulin production, insulin is the fat producing hormone, without it it is very difficult to get fat. Probably the worst thing anyone could do is mix a high carb diet with a high... (24 replies)

Lipitor and tricor
Sep 28, 2004
... True, but it's the RATE OF INSULIN RELEASE that makes a difference. ... (24 replies)
... Hi All, I thought my cholesterol was 350, it was 326,trigs 280,hdl 42,ldl 228, and hdlc 7.6. Also my platlet count was high 447, I feel like a time bomb waiting to go off. I never had my blood tested before for cholesterol before so I was quite surprized. I have been taking the lipitor(40)mg. for over a month now, my dr. wants blood redone after 12 weeks. I am wondering if... (16 replies)
... I am so glad you're feeling better. It could be that just knowing you're being taken care of is helping already. It sounds like a complicated regimen you will be following - I think it's a good sign that your doctor is suggesting basing your medication on your blood pressure readings. Best wishes with your treatment! Bev (29 replies)
... ugs are beginning to work, I don't know. However, I will continue with the regimen and report my findings in my "My Experience With Cardiologists" thread on the Heart Disorders message board. ... (29 replies)
... ssert that the slow process of plaque formation and arterial weakening is climaxed suddenly, most often at a moment of high blood pressure, high blood flow, high heart rate....the basketball game. There is always a proximate cause....often shovelling now, or god forbid, SEX! ... (4 replies)
... Hello again. You are so lucky to have a great doctor. I too detest unnecessary meds. When my doc first saw my high LDL measurement, he immediately wanted to prescribe Lipitor. I insisted I be allowed to try natural remedies first, after calculating my very low risk factors with the help of the good folks here on this board; but with each repeat test, he still pushed that... (11 replies)
... Cathy, Why don't you take a look at the Johns Hopkins Researchers that found out that the use of Statins actually began to clear arterial plaque in as little as *6* months, using MRI scanners ? THAT would be REAL medicine, as Johns Hopkins is the name in medical research. (95 replies)
... The MIRACL study looked at the effects of a high dose of Lipitor on 3086 patients in the hospital after angina or nonfatal MI and followed them for 16 weeks. ... (95 replies)
Chronic pain
Mar 1, 2002
... I recently started taking Lipitor per my doc's recommendation, this was after 3 consecutive yrs of bad cholesterol test results. ... (18 replies)
... I'm sure I speak for most people when I say that I would like to avoid heart disease in order to live a longer life, not merely to experience the thrill of dying prematurely from some other horrible cause. ... (15 replies)
I want below 150
Jun 13, 2005
... And statins "do not prevent heart attacks". ... (12 replies)
... JJ, This is what I found for prescribing information from the Lipitor site: If you look harder over the various posts you will find EXACLY what you say you haven't seen: A recommendation NOT to take statins and to take Vitamin E and C instead. I let it slide the first hundred or so times and then decided to call a spade a spade, to call Vitamin C and E megadosing ... (39 replies)
... He went back on the Lipitor and is considereing the minor surgery. ... (14 replies)
... With the 20 mg Lipitor you are getting a superb result and probably more than you need unless you have serious heart disease. ... (3 replies)
... than they are using. I have also read many of the numerous reports on cholesterol.. Many of them start out with "it is a well know fact that cholesterol causes heart disease".... ... (29 replies)
... by diet and exercise alone. My mother had her first heart attack before she was 30 and had angioplasty when she was 45, my uncle passed away at 33 from a massive heart attack and my aunt had a 7 artery bypass when she was 40. ... (0 replies)
... of Polymaligia, a muscle disorder confirmed by a simple blood test. Prednisone was prescribed. Was on it for over 2 years. Currently my blood test showed my Sed Rate normal, but I stll have the weakness in my legs. My knees want to buckle. Now again on Pred. at the rate of 5 mg per day. ... (20 replies)

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