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Statins clean block arteries

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one dr has increased my statin dosage to 40mg, another dr says that the statins have shown no affect on the blockage in my catoro.id (SP?) arteries. what is going on? ...

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Hi There, I am looking for a safe supplement for removing some plaque in one artery of the heart. It Is not blocked, but is @ 40% in this one location. It is for my sister. We have been using K2, in as higher dose ...

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It s well known that medicines like statin can lower bad cholesterol , but do they remove the arterial plaques formed? or is there any other way available to clean clogged arteries(due to LDL ...

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What would the course of action be for 25% arterial blockage? I don t have any diagnoses of blocked arteries but have been thinking about going to get a CT Scan of my heart to see if there is any plaque my ...

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Age: 42 Weight: 240 Calcium score: 377 out of 400. Aside from statins, is there any way I can reverse / remove plaque build up in arteries? (Also have stage 2 CDK, taking genetic lipitor 10 mg). ...

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had mild heart attack resulting in stent also have 3 other arteries 40 per cent blocked. Had my heart ..., but not incapacitated by anything . Concern: getting depressed and worried about high dose of Statin. I am willing to do ...

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a statin because its supposed to help block the heart arteries or valves, Im not sure. I have to take ... a statin? ...

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It is known statin drugs reduce LDL. My question is, do they reduce the amount of plague already formed on the carotid artery? What reduces the plague? Is the carotid artery blockage a slow process? How ...

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I stopped smoking in March this year due to blocked artery in left leg. I am now taking statins to reduce cholestral 6 months ago i could run after my granddaughter now i am struggling to climb stairs ...

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, it was a mild one I think but two of his arteries were completely blocked and he has had stents fitted, he is also on statins. He is booked in for a massage with me on Saturday, do you think this would be ok? ...

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is there any medicine which can clean blocked arteries of heart.i had heart attack on 25/12/2010 at16.30 hrs.in my factory.i was admited to hospital.then i went for angioplasty for 100% block.i have ...

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a statin although it has been prescribed. All that was suggested I do is take the statin . Is this a symptom of clogged arteries? ...

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& no clogged arteries and they couldn t find a brain bleed but they want me to start Statins. I hate to take ...

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Hello,are plaques in arteries reversible or not ? If yes, I would very much appreciate to know ... statins.Thanks for your advice.Best, Thomas Gonzenabch ...

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Hi, I m a 43yr old male living in Delhi, India, had three stents placed in two arteries after angina a month back, hav no history of bp and diabetes, doctor has prescribed bp tablet and statin along ...

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Hi Soft today, Statins are used to prevent the atherosclerosis (deposition of fat in the walls of the calcified aorta). The calcification of the aorta is a degenerative process which can not be reduced by any medicine. Hope this answers your query. Reply with thanks.

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No atacand is a blood pressure medication called candesartan