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... I have been on Crestor 5 mg for about two months now. After only 1 month my TC dropped from 240 to 180, LDL 151 to 115 and Tri 221 to 121. ... (13 replies)
... week. Stay off the Crestor until the pain is gone, and them you might try taking it every other day, with CoQ10... Stay off things like Niacin or Red Yeast Rice while on a statin... Are you on any other meds? ... (13 replies)
... and the ratios stayed constant. I guess my age combined with not being able to lower the numbers finally convinced me to try a statin. ... (13 replies)

... I too had the weakness associatied with Crestor 5 mg. Trouble is, I had exceptionally good numbers with Crestor 5 mg which made the decision to stop taking it, difficult! It doesn't seem as if it's helping you that much. ... (4 replies)
... but only after it was combined with Tricor for about 2 months.... ... (13 replies)
... I personally would not try Crestor because of my prior history. ... (5 replies)
... Coq10 is not for the pain that and muscle problems that can be associated with statins. Coq10 is for the depletion of Coq10 caused by cholesterol lowering medications causing the body to malfunction. ... (13 replies)
... I was on 20mg of Lipitor and I had been taking COQ10 daily for 2 years before starting the Lipitor. ... (19 replies)
... Did you take CoQ10 with it? ... (19 replies)
... Statins are known to deplete this vital nutrient, and it is prudent to take some while you are on statins to avoid muscle myopathies. ... (22 replies)
Statin rebound?
Jun 17, 2007
... Thanks for your reply Lenin. I changed my user name by the way from micky501. Anyway I am ok taking the Crestor long term. The first thing my dr did after prescribing the Crestor is told me to take CoQ10 daily. ... (7 replies)
... I sympothize with your situation...What to recommend is a tough call to make, given your dad's age and prior heart attack... ... (6 replies)
... whereas Lipitor has metabolites as by products. Both these factors contibute to more side effects with Liptor. I KNOW this FIRST HAND, since I have used both. ... (5 replies)
... 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)
... Thank you both. I don't smoke or have any other real risk factors. I do exercise but have slacked off this summer with doing yardwork, etc. Does Lipitor have the same side effect concerns as Crestor? ... (15 replies)
... and take one daily. At 65 I'm an 'older people', but, as you say, 250 mg daily would be a little pricey. ... (12 replies)
... Take the CoQ10, if that doesn't help try taking it every other day. 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. ... (5 replies)
... e to the extent that this study recommends does in fact cut down the number of cardiac events or all causes mortality, particularly cancer which has associations with low cholesterol levels. ... (35 replies)
... existing conditions, not obease. But family history includes all cardiovascular disease on both sides. Diagnosed with High Choles about 1 month ago. ... (5 replies)
... I've looked online at several types of CoQ10 but there is not mention of it. Is this something that can be quantified? ... (10 replies)

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