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... Numbers were not as good, and HDL remained lower. So was their a blunting or negative effect with the use of vitamins on cholesterol levels? ... (18 replies)
... I am 53, male, and there is a very strong history of heart attacks in my family including both parents. These occurred at a young age, before 55. I am sure my gene pool is really bad. Anyway, these are the cards I was dealt. ... (18 replies)
Milk Thistle
Jun 5, 2003
... To be quite honest, I'm still surprised that I am leery about taking this drug for ever. ... (4 replies)

... I am sorry to hear of the need for surgery on your heart at such a young age. ... (2 replies)
HDL Levels
Oct 8, 2006
... I have also been taking 10mg of Lipitor daily. ... (15 replies)
... the family history is a strong indicator that you have to do something. I'm just not convinced that statins are the answer. ... (19 replies)
... cholesterol foods, and told me to check it in a year. ... (10 replies)
... I believe the Spiro.. is a potassium sparing diuretic. Still need to have blood test with that to see your body is not holding too much potassium. ... (37 replies)
Need Advice
Aug 7, 2003
... I was 35, I had experienced weird pains for a month and a half before my heart attack. Heart disease runs in my family. My total cholesterol, during my worst days, was never over 300, my LDL was never above 200. ... (3 replies)
... I take 5mg of Lipitor daily by cutting the 10mg pills in half. Why? ... (6 replies)
... nilly just because they have elevated cholesterol levels. And doctors need to do a better job of warning people about and monitoring the side effects if a person does decide to use the drug. ... (11 replies)

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