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... opy, but found nothing. Yes I had a few polyps, but he said that had nothing to do with the problem, as they had been there for years. Seeing the problem started after I had started the statins that was all he could narrow it down to. Like he told me, some folks just can't take them, so told my dr. ... (12 replies)
... office testing equipment, I'd suspect it was inaccurate. If they sent to a regular lab... the result is very odd. ... (5 replies)
... While an occasional meal that includes small amounts of these foods aren't going to hurt most people, the key words are "occasional" and "small. ... (11 replies)

... Uff, have they figured out what is causing your intestinal problems? I know when I was having them, it was murder to get anything but soup, gingerale, crackers and cheese into me. They ran every test possible to figure it out, and only thing they could come up with was the after affects of Lipitor & Baycol. Strange, as I only took it on and off for about 6 months, but man, I... (12 replies)
... of the treatment groups undergoing vigorous cholesterol lowering compared with control groups in several of these studies, including patients with severe coronary artery stenoses. ... (33 replies)
... bullet for your cholesterol results, or something to ease your mind... ... (20 replies)
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Jun 5, 2001
... Since you have this machine that checks cholesterol and glucose, it would be interesting to test yourself several times a day to keep an eye on your glucose. ... (9 replies)
... hours...otherwise the machine will produce results similar to your last meal. So a big mac before testing would show you just about to have a heart attack. I know that money is a concern... ... (12 replies)
... if the flush is too big of a problem. After taking niacin for a while, the flush should eventually minimize. And you should also titrate slowly. ... (9 replies)


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