Have cad. My tc 133 LDL 61 HDL 55 tg87.Dr wanted me on 10 mg lipitor (atorvastatin). Can I take omega3 fish oil epa800 dha120 also. Any interactions /contradictions.

No Contraindications. You can take the omega 3 listed without difficultly in combination with Lipitor (atorvastatin) and your other medications.
Yes. Your cholesterol panel is actually quite good, and is already at goal. There is no problem taking fish oil with your lipitor, (atorvastatin) but with a panel this good, you may not need to.

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My LDL is 40-50 on 10mg lipitor (atorvastatin). My HDL is 34. I've tried everything--exercise, etc. Am I stuck w this? Fish oil? There has to be a way.

Lipitor (atorvastatin) Is there a reason they have your LDL so low? Optimal level in in high risk patients is. Read more...
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Ebct score 23 at 37 yrs. Ldl 130 HDL 35. Plant based diet, nuts some fish + Lipitor (atorvastatin) 10mg. Now LDL 44 HDL 32. Will fish oil help hdl? Next step?

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Relax. Friend you are a divine creation not a machine -- be happy and grateful of your health then help others around you -- by the way fish oil benefit you more than raising HDL and you may not need to take Lipitor (atorvastatin) unless you have a high risk coronary heart disease profile -- discuss it with your doctor. Read more...