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Amlodipine And Atorvastatin Medication
Advice medication for both hyperlipidemia&hypertension from combination losartan 50mg+amlodipine 5mg with atorvastatin or rosuvastatin or simvastatin
Atorvastatin has the brand name lipitor (atorvastatin). . Its function is to lower the body's production of cholesterol and to stabilize current cholesterol plaques. The general name for this class of medication is "statins". Other statins include Crestor (rosuvastatin) ...Read more
I had total left nephectomy 13 yrs ago. Now im on amlodipine ant atorvastatin. Can i still donate blood?
Probably: Unless there's something else you're not making clear in your past medical history you should be able to donate blood. When you approach a donation station they will give you a questionnaire and let you know if you are eligible or not, but you should be able to donate. ...Read more
Is there any harm in me staying on Norvasc and refusing to switch to caduet or lipitor (atorvastatin)?
Switching medication: There is no harm on staying on Norvasc if you only has hypertension ( elevated BP ).But if you also have elevated cholesterol you should switch to Caduet or take Lipitor (atorvastatin) with norvasc. You should not switch Norvasc to Lipitor (atorvastatin) because they are two different medication for two different indication. ...Read more
Good morning I am 61 year of age and I am taken metformin lovastatin Lipitor (atorvastatin) and norvasc could I take cq 10?
Yes: CoQ10 is certainly safe to take with those medications, and some would advocate using it with the Lipitor, (atorvastatin) although the data is mixed. Overall data on the benefits of taking CoQ10 is mixed as well, mostly coming down on the "not useful" side though in certain specific circumstances I feel it can be beneficial. Keep in mind it can be expensive. Good luck!! ...Read more
I am on norvasc 5 mg and nebilet 2.5mg but still my bp not under control also I have aspirin 100 mg and Lipitor (atorvastatin) 20 mg daily but my triglycerides bad ?
BP a result of heart: output vs. total peripheral resistance (i.e. average diameter of the arterioles=the end arteries just prior to the capillaries, body wide). Nothing magic about BP meds. Norvasc (amlodipine) tends to relax arterioles, nebilet ?heart rate & output. Yet primary control is in brain & can easily overpower meds. Eating carbs/sugar converted by liver is the ?ed triglycerides, Study http://goo.gl/uDGIwD & my answers. ...Read more
This week everytime i went home from work my legs were swallow is it bcoz of the media i take amlodepine am, lipitor& pritor plus in the evening?
Please: Retype your question a little more clearly and i'm sure i can be of help. ...Read more
Lowers cholesterol: Atorvastatin has the brand name lipitor (atorvastatin). . Its function is to lower the body's production of cholesterol and to stabilize current cholesterol plaques. The general name for this class of medication is "statins". Other statins include Crestor (rosuvastatin) and and zocor (simvastatin). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Not all manufacturers make generic drugs the same -- different additives, colorants, etc may be present. Check with the manufacturer. ...Read more
I was just put on Lipitor (atorvastatin) 20 mg i have heard bad things about women being put on this medication should i be concerned. no other health issues.
Lipitor (atorvastatin): Lipitor (atorvastatin) aims to reduce total and LDL cholesterol blood levels. Side effects are not common b these include muscle weakness, liver inflammation, and even muscle or liver "cell deaths". Data show that statins reduce our body's production of Coenzyme Q 10; depletion of this essential co-vitamin is largely responsible for side effects. Supplementing with CoQ10 is wise. Females are not "more prone." ...Read more
My doctor told me it was time for me to leave my lipitor, (atorvastatin) is it safe to just stop taking it? Or should I do it gradually somehow? See my medication
I was. Told that I have high cholesteral of 225 I have to take lipitor (atorvastatin) I've had problem with medication in the past liver damage so I'm concern ?
On Lipitor (atorvastatin) 13 years. Just started to have tingling and shaking. Could it be Lipitor (atorvastatin) or vasalvagal and does it go away permanently? Medications?
Lipitor (atorvastatin) & neuropathy: While it is possible for a statin drug like Lipitor (atorvastatin) to cause peripheral neuropathy resulting in symptoms such as tingling and shaking, there are many other possible causes. You should be evaluated by a physician to see what would be the most likely cause in your case. You may want to try coenzyme q10 in the meantime as a statin reduces its levels causing various side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband had recent labs of sgot 42 and sgpt of 79.he takes lipitor (atorvastatin) 80 every night should we be taking another medication or what can we do to lower?
Planning to take fish oil supplements along with thiazide and Lipitor (atorvastatin) medication. Also taking multi vitamin gummies. Is this okay?
Can I take Viagra if I Went thru an angiogram with stent placement before 3 years And I'm on medication: Aspirin, Concor 5 and Lipitor (atorvastatin) 20.
They're different: They are used for different profiles of abnormal cholesterol. Lipitor, or generic atorvastatin, is a medication that mostly is used to lower LDL the "bad cholesterol." that is enough for most people. Tricor (fenofibrate) is used to correct a mixed profile, when someone has not only high ldl, but also high triglycerides (blood fat level) and low hdl, the "good cholesterol.". So they're used differently. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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