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Am now taking 1 Crestor 10mg tablet for cholesterol, 1 low-dose aspirin, nitroglycerine 0.4 (if needed), 1 Cymbalta 60 mg and...

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Change drugs after cardiologist visit.

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Muscle pain with cramp is a common...

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I just got back from doctor and was told that my liver is in bad shape; I have never been told that. told to stop taking Crestor 20 mg and stop...

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Following advice

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Hi and thank you for asking!
I read your query and understood your concerns.

After reviewing your...

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You gave me an explanation (which I just discovered) regarding MENEST, but really did NOT answer my question. THIS SITE suggested taking PROLIA. I...

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Respected Ptrund , hi Menest preferable over Prolia for you.

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Respected Ptrund, hi I evaluated all your case in...

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I m 59 years old and had undergone heart bypass one year ago

With blood flow medicine, aspirin and crestor taken, test show i have cpk raised to...

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You gave me an explanation (which I just discovered) regarding MENEST, but really did NOT answer my question. THIS SITE suggested taking PROLIA. I...

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Dear Sir, I am on following medications: (1) CONCOR COR 2.5MG - Once Daily at AM after food (2) CRESTOR 5 MG - Once Daily at PM after food (3)...

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I just got back from doctor and was told that my liver is in bad shape; I have never been told that. told to stop taking Crestor 20 mg and stop...

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Good morning....I had blood work in November. Cholesterol of 247 led me to be put on crestor. Everything else was normal. Jan repeated blood to...

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