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... Just so I understand what you're taking now......... ... (4 replies)
Jan 10, 2005
... Does anyone know if taking CoQ10 with Vytorin help? ... (7 replies)
... No, seriously, he is doing NOTHING different than before he took Vytorin to get that much of a reduction, I was surprised too. ... (26 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)
... 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 figure close monitoring of my liver panels and taking the CoQ10 with the statin are the best for me at the moment. ... (4 replies)
... and general concerns. A couple of weeks ago, I started back on it but this time consistently taking 100 mg of CoQ10. Cautiously, I can report that I've not experienced the muscle soreness since starting back. ... (4 replies)
... but it is well known that statins deplete CoQ10 from the body. CoQ10 helps the mitochondria in each of your cells to function properly and to produce energy. ... (4 replies)
May 24, 2005
... Because Q10 dissolves in fat, it is best taken with meals to increase absorption. Some Canadian health food stores sell capsules containing a mix of Q10 and flaxseed oil. ... (19 replies)
... thanks my vitamin d test came back normal so that rules out that why my hdl might be low so i am pondering on what else besides my genes is causing it to be so low 29 is were is at right now but i have input niaspan with it started at 500 mg 3 weeks ago and going up from that so i will see in may what my numbers are with the input of niaspan and vytorin together will do thanks... (4 replies)
... Iamacarbuff, If you are sensitive to statins, why don't you consider a low-dose of Vytorin? Get one that has a lower dose of Zocor than you're currently taking. Also continue with the CoQ10 - but once the muscle pain subsides, I think you can cut back from 100mg per day. I currently take 75mg every other day now - I had serious muscle pains from Lipitor 2 years ago and... (13 replies)
... month. I have decided that the side effects are not worth it with my numbers. ... (6 replies)
... and with raising my HDL. ... (20 replies)
... CoQ10 supplementation might prove useful but the wise man will wait for the PROOF hasn't surfaced yet! Certainly taking it to cure something that hasn't and may never occur seems a bit on the silly side. ... (6 replies)
... I noticed you included hot flashes, I've had the same problem with Vytorin. Are you menopausal by any chance? ... (8 replies)
... Hi, I am kind of in a rush right now and will respond with more later. But yes, your problems could easily have been caused by lipitor. Also switching to the vytorin will NOT solve that problem. ... (35 replies)
... If you are taking Zocor now, you should already be taking Co Q10. Statin medications, as well as some other medications, interfere with the pathway that produces CoQ10 as well as other functions in the body. Statins in effect cause the body to malfunction. ... (10 replies)
... tested. How long have you been taking the Vytorin? ... (4 replies)
... if the Policosanol I am currently taking does not control my cholesterol to my satisfaction. ... (5 replies)

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