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... day while on Crestor to reduce the chance of muscle problems. ... (6 replies)
... I may be somewhat of an analomy here, but I've been taking 10 mg of Crestor daily for two years with no problems whatsoever. My total cholestoral has gone from 250 to 176. ... (4 replies)
... Suzy-Q, Your triglycerides are a bit high - if you could drop them, your overall numbers would be fine. Cut back on sweets, white carbs, and alcohol if that applies to you. I'd try the low-dose Crestor - it helps fight inflammation. I'd also try Folic Acid and a B-Complex to help drop your CRP level. Take some CoQ10 with the Crestor - it should eliminate the... (16 replies)

... I was on Lipitor for over 7 years before I had my bout with severe muscle aches. ... (3 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)
... Ok, I found Jarrow QAbsorb, but now don't know if I should take 30 mg or 100 mg per day....since you said that 100 mg is equivalent to 300 mg. I've read in a few online articles that statin users should take about 100 mg... ... (10 replies)
... Take a form that has HIGH BIOAVAILABILTY (like Q gel). I take 100 mg daily of that formulation (I take Crestor as well), which is equivalent to 300mg of *standard* formulations. (10 replies)
... No, it is not a prescription, it is a supplement U can buy just about anywhere. Read thru some of the posts, especially HubbleRules, as he takes it. I think U take 100 mgs., but not sure. It isn't cheap, but if it helps, give it a whirl. Hopefully someone will post how much to take, as I said, I'm not sure. ... (19 replies)
... er 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. It may take a while for the effects of the statin to dissipate, if they do. ... (8 replies)
... Make sure you take at least 50mg, preferably 100mg of CoQ10 with any statin. ... (3 replies)
... so I started Crestor two months ago and so far so good. ... (7 replies)
... Lipitor, Zocor, Crestor. I wasnt told to take anything with these drugs. I havent even heard of COQ10. Is it a prescription? ... (19 replies)
... That is a very low dose of flush Niacin. You could try very slowly ramping it up until, eventually, you're at 1200 to 1500 mg. You can take this in divided doses AM and PM. This would help to raise your HDL. ... (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. ... (27 replies)
... t the fact that my lipid ratios influence the need to take statins. ... (9 replies)
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... effects and most benefits in studies. My top two choices would be 1. Crestor and 2. Livalo and after that 3. Lipitor. ... (3 replies)
... tricor and a statin are better tolerated, but Gemfibrozil actually inhibits an enzyme specifically involved with statin metabolism. ... (4 replies)
... My doctor is not a believer of any supplement but I take them anyway including 4000 MG of High quality Cod Liver Oil, CoQ10 and othes. I watch what I eat and am on a low carb diet. ... (16 replies)
... with my Crestor and would advise all those who take a statin to do so as well. ... (38 replies)
... mg of a highly absorbable form of CoQ1O every day that you take a statin. ... (54 replies)

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