It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

High Cholesterol Board Index
Pages: 1 2 3 Showing 21 - 40 of 58 for the difference between statins. (0.036 seconds)

May 8, 2010
... mg for the treatment of hypercholesterolaemia. ... (9 replies)
... soluble nutrients are transported via LDL, including the all so important CoQ10. It makes perfect sense to me that in order to minimize the oxidation of LDL, we need to take in an ample quantity of antioxidants, including vitamin C and vitamin E. ... (12 replies)
Statins use???
Jun 12, 2005
... d, this is an area that I have done a lot of research in because I had a tumor on my thyroid when I was 33 and after surgery I was told I would be on replacement the rest of my life. Have you looked into the latest info? ... (29 replies)

... doesn't mean that it won't reduce side effects at the same effective dossge. ... (6 replies)
... Side effects for them that get 'em are usually dependent on strength and dosage. At the same effective dose one would need more of the weaker drug. ... (6 replies)
... By my own definition, if I'm getting blood flow staunched at the insertion site, I've either had a surgical procedure or been stabbed in some dark ... (54 replies)
... are the length of the chains. The shorter the chain the sweeter the sugar. Your digestive system is extremely efficient at snipping the chains and the glucose that enters the blood stream is identical whether it is derived from simple or complex carbohydrates. ... (38 replies)
... Well finres, I'm glad you brought this up. As a matter of fact, just last year I posted some info about researchers who have reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine about a comparison made between statins and fish oil. ... (29 replies)
... and 8,764 placebo users were still alive. That's a difference of 177 over 20,500 patients, not a big difference. ... (15 replies)
... Thanks. My point was addressing DIABETICS and the benefit of statins regardless of cholesterol levels. the study you mention does not relate to diabetics. ... (13 replies)
... The way of thinking over here in Europe has changed somewhat from single figure readings of LDL and TC. The figures quoted above except for the Trig's are used as 'target' figures, not healthy figures, but only by the 'old' brigade of doctor's. ... (10 replies)
Statin Studies
Sep 7, 2005
... Very little difference in life expectency between statins and placebo. Same number of people died at the end of the studies, statins or placebo. ... (31 replies)
Ed With Zocor
Nov 15, 2004
... Doesn't look like much to me...READ THE BOLD PRINT (21 replies)
Ed With Zocor
Nov 15, 2004
... Case reports linked both fibrates and statins with erectile dysfunction in a small number of men. ... (21 replies)
... I've visited several websites, and can't find out what the actual difference is between these two resin drugs. ... (1 replies)
... A difference of 177 means that 1309 people who took a statin died and 1486 who did not take a statin died in 5 years. ... (15 replies)
... The HUGE difference between the drug miracles and the health food store miracles come down to ONE FACT. The drugs are exhaustively well tested and PROVEN to be effective without doing too much damage. ... (26 replies)
... One study looked at 308 men who were given a placebo or the statin Zocor for six months. In memory tests and a test involving a complex maze, the statin users did not perform as well as those on the placebo. ... (11 replies)
... Why does the doctor want you to see a gall bladder surgeon if "all the gall bladder tests came out ok." If you walk into the office of most gall bladder surgeons, you'll walk out without a gall bladder...that's how they make a living. ... (7 replies)
... Rheanna and Flowergirl, you are both saying that heart disease depends on many factors. So how does lowering your cholesterol with drugs help the situation? ... (41 replies)

Pages: 1 2 3

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 11:08 AM.

© 2022 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!