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Taking rosouvas. High cholesterol levels. Have lost weight, taking healthy diet. Advice?

I am 31 years old. 2 years ago I started taking rosouvas 20 as my levels were 231 for sr. Cholestrol and ldl was 110. Later my cardiologist reduced it to 10mg and now I m taking 5 mg. My levels of sr. Ch is 140 from last 2 reports and ldk is 80 and hdl is 35. Trig are normal. My doctor says not to stop. Also I have lost 15 kg weight and I have controlled my diet intake to healthy food. I want to stop medicines. Please advive
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Dear Rupesh
this level is quite satisfactory.
if you have diabetes, anginal heart disease, renal failure, hypertension, family history of premature CAD, stroke, peripheral arterial disease, carotid artery disease, smoking ? All these are relevant in assessing your target LDL levels. if you have none of these , then probably you may be able to stop rosuvastatin but only after consulting your doctor.
feel free for any other query
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