Lipitor zocor comparison

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I'm taking 20mg of Zocor for about a week now and so far no side effects, but they can come later I was told by friends who took Zocor and Lipitor. I'll keep my fingers crossed that I wont get any side effects. My son wants me to get a "heart scan" it cost $400,-- and if my arteries check out clean he said I should bring the report to my doctor/Cardiologist and tell them to take the statins and "shove them".
20 mg Consumer Price (100 tablets): $272.37 Cost of general active ingredients: $5.80 Percent markup: 4,696% Norvasc: 10 mg Consumer price (100 tablets): $188.29 Cost of general active ingredients: $0.14 Percent markup: 134,493% Paxil: 20 mg Consumer price (100 tablets): $220.27 Cost of general active ingredients: $7.60 Percent markup: 2,898% [] Prevacid: 30 mg Consumer price (100 tablets): $44.77 Cost of general active ingredients: $1.
I am one of that small percentage of people that get the chronic muscle and joint aches, so I have tried Zetia,Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor and now I am trying Welcor. So far so good. Also I have to let him know in the if I am going to have surgery as I cannot have interveneous fluids with DD. Other than that nothing. I was just mainly concerned because I went from not having DD 2 years ago to now having DDgrade 2. That's a little scarry...
forgot to tell you that i am on plavix, a asprin a day and lipitor plus toporalxl. i still have high closterol and my bp is uncontrollable, i had high bp since i was small. i had a mi 21 days after the last stent was placed after the double by pass. also on bp meds. my ef was 42% on last stress test.
There is INCREDIBLE potential for abuse of common things, substantially more than for the red yeast rice. In the same vein as the anorexia comparison...how about laxative abuse? See, laxatives aren't big money. There aren't millions of people dying because they can't poop. However, there are people dying of cholesterol related disease - and thus, it is a drug that is necessary and must be used for life in most cases. Ca-CHING!
He wants to focus on the issues and not stray into academic dialogue about neuroprotective effects of Lipitor, Zocor, or Ginkgo Biloba. Hence my question to the CCF Neuro M.D., which, although clearly isn't appreciated by other posters, will in the next decade CHANGE the way medicine is practiced and increase the understanding of Alzheimer's disease, or at least explore and clarify the relationship between APOE 4 and AD.....
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