Crestor

Last Update February 4, 2016
Other brands: Rosuvastatin
Rosuvastatin (marketed by AstraZeneca as Crestor & marketed by Abbott Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. in India as 'R2') is a member of the ...
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blockage in one of my cardiac branches - taking Crestor...
| www.pgfo.com
" ...PGFO plays a role in removing atherosclerotic plaque? I have a 40% blockage in one of my cardiac branches - taking Crestor . Obviously this is ...my cardiologist says Crestor will removve... "

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but because they cleaned out a small bit of atherosclerotic...
| www.valvereplacement.org
" ...wee dose........ so I take half of a Crestor twice a week, not to prevent calcification, but because they cleaned out a small bit of atherosclerotic tissue when they replaced my... "

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ortic disease. I take 5 mg. of crestor every...
| www.allthingsmale.com
" ...the fact that I took coumadin for 10 years. Plus, ...have the ApoE4 trait. I also have a high pulse pressure (80 ) which is a sign of atherosclerosis or aortic disease. I take 5 mg. of crestor... "

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e progressive (video)buildup of plaque in...
| www.ukmedixplus.co.uk
" ...the liver. And that's where CRESTOR (rosuvastatin calcium) comes in. CRESTOR works by blocking an enzyme in the liver. It helps to lower (video)LDL (bad) ...also slow the progression of... "

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that cholesterol itself is not the cause of atherosclerosis...
| www.prevention.com
" I have been on Crestor for 5 months now and the pain I feel is horrific...I started doing my own research about a month ago about cholesterol and statins and was shocked by the info I found. Many... "

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as diagnosed with atherosclerosis in 11/06 and placed on...
| www.doctorslounge.com
" ...41, M. I was diagnosed with atherosclerosis in 11/06 and placed on Crestor. Two months later, I started having severe pain in my arms and went to my Doctor who ran a CPK and took me off Crestor.... "

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high cholesterol and atherosclerosis, it is a drug from...
| www.topix.com
" I recommend you to take Crestor, this treats high cholesterol and atherosclerosis, it is a drug from class of statins. You can buy it here... "

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Crestor for atherosclerosis and (previously) high LDL. 10...
| www.patient.co.uk
" ...mild diuretic (for cochlear Meniere's), Crestor for atherosclerosis and (previously) high LDL. 10 mg Prozac as the symptoms were deemed to be psychogenic in nature and as I have indeed suffered from... "

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for heart disease. He indicated that Atherosclerosis...
| www.marksdailyapple.com
" ...has ever seen and prescribed me Crestor. I asked if i really need to take it now, because i'm in otherwise good shape and have no other risk factors for heart disease. He indicated that... "

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blems over the last year and a half (atherosclerosis, b...
| www.alsforums.com
" ...both arms. I was taking Crestor, so I went to the Dr. and he pulled me off the Crestor and ran the CK test and such. CK levels were elevated so they told me to stop the Crestor for good and come... "

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Prescribing mode: Rx
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