Oldcarpetcleaner

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  1. link Ilbvacumin
    Simvastatin muscle and joint pain, withdrawal effects, blurry vision, walking stick, zocor
    I'm a 54 year old female prescribed 10 mg zocor(simvastatin) for slightly elevated cholesterol. Took it for 7 months before I clued in to the cause of - 85% more...
    Ilbvacumin- over a year ago - 147 Replies - in Simvastatin
  2. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Lilers. The last time I had my cholesterol read it was 7.5 from memory that was 5 yrs ago it had been down to 3.6 when I was on statin poison. I simpl - 69% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  3. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    6.9 is not a high cholesterol count. I have heard of an active 90 yr old lady whose count was above 10. Any drug that makes you feel better, taken for - 64% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  4. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    UKmartian, you are on to it mate. Type 2 diabetes is caused soley by what we put in our mouth and our life style. Evil drugs like statins are now prov - 84% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  5. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Geekee, jitteryness is a clear symptom of any withdrawal alcohol, ciggies even coffee for some folk. Lilers vinegar drinks are yuk and mussels I buy a - 75% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  6. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Oldcynic "we need to be patient patience to benefit their patents" that is the best accurate one liner I heard since "the poor fools ha - 57% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  7. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    For myself only I would never have any test or procedure from these white coat criminals again. The very odd complaint like seroius pain relief or ant - 90% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  8. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    To Lilers By complete fluke and then trial and error I was able to "better" my peripheral neuropathy. By accident one night I spilled to muc - 75% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  9. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    There are no chances to take with cholesterol according to the drug makers themselves. Pfzier who make Lipitor clearly wrote on their own advertising - 80% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  10. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Look for the name "ubiquinol". It is made by "Tishcon" and is re-branded by many suppliers so look for the two names above. Ubiqui - 65% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  11. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Currykid45 The tests these idiot quacks send us for whilst they can detect certain damage eg decaying muscle in the blood they certainly are no guaran - 52% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  12. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    I believe that statins leave your body within days just like nicotine leaves your body in days after you stop smoking. But like smoking it is the dama - 73% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  13. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    "Is there such a thing as too much Ubiquinol? What is a realistic dose? " In my first few months post statins if my heart was behaving I wou - 89% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  14. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    "At my "annual review" a month ago I reported interrupted sleep (told to take Night Nurse) and stiff finger joints (told to take Ibupro - 84% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  15. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Same here I went for a "health check up" started on 1 cholesterol pill at aged 49. 4 years later my wife and i were getting my affairs in or - 86% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  16. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    I just read Felodipine is a calcium chanel blocker for blood pressure. This junk is just as dangerous as statins. I threw all my wonderful heart medic - 40% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  17. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Apologies I did not intend to say dad was fat but rather I assumed he was eating some quality fats. Simvastatin is a chemical all chemicals are danger - 68% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  18. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    An 88 year old fat and egg eating swimmer cyclist who never goes to a doctor is true testimony of how wonderful nature is and how damaging pharmaceuti - 6% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  19. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    It is very difficult to get people to listen to you. People trust their doctor and people should be able to trust their doctor, unfortunately millions - 28% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  20. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Readytogetmylifeback. First I would encourage you to buy a blood pressure meter to monitor if you are getting any "irregular heart beat". Un - 75% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  21. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Fzetimibe & Fenofibrate are equally as dangerous as statins, so is the natural product red yeast rice all of these substances have produced all th - 75% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  22. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Our governments are (rightly) concerned about the human atrocities in Syria but have no concern at all for the hundreds of thousands of their very own - 28% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  23. link Flowermunchkin
    Lisinopril horrible side effects
    Wow, hubby was put on 5 mg- immediately noticed a feeling of coming down with something. BP wasn't going down, so Dr. put him on 10 mg. Within 2 days, - 58% more...
    Flowermunchkin- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Lisinopril
  24. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Lisinopril is a poison (medicine) called Ace Inhibitors. If you check Ace inhibitors at Wikipedia you will see they are made from snake venom. No wond - 24% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  25. link Forbecca
    coughing and severe leg cramps
    I have been on lisinopril for several years now, I cough all the time..I had no idea it could be my medication, I kept blaming it on allergies.. I hav - 56% more...
    Forbecca- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Lisinopril
  26. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Firstly buy your own blood pressure meter and check if you even have a blood pressure problem. Blood pressure varies so much during the course of the - 85% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  27. link Kinderscout
    Simvastatin tummy pains, hill walker, pravastatin, blood sugars, type 2 diabetes
    I am a hill walker. My name is Steve and I am 58 years old. I have been recently diagnosed as having type 2 diabetes. Fair enough. I have been given d - 85% more...
    Kinderscout- over a year ago - 5 Replies - in Simvastatin
  28. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    Chadd, Can you please contact me address is mymagnet at xtra dot co dot nz. I want to talk about a simple format to help victims find their way with V - 10% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago
  29. link Mariee64
    Simvastatin aching hips, arthritis in the knee, heart stress, leg function, high potency
    I am 43 yr old woman and have been on simvastatin on and off for the past 3yrs, it's only since coming across this website that I have actually manage - 97% more...
    Mariee64- over a year ago - 16 Replies - in Simvastatin
  30. link Oldcarpetcleaner
    I would stop taking the poison immediatly. I personally would not be concerned with a cholesterol count of 9.6. Educate yourself with honest doctors a - 25% more...
    Oldcarpetcleaner- over a year ago