With the change from low to high Vit D, unless you have changed habits to get a lot more sun or taking a lot more supplements you might want to ask your doctor about getting some more detailed lab test. Although I am not sure what they are.
Also for the bone loss think about increased diary for more calcium.View Thread
There are any number of things that can affect BP.
In most people the amount of cholesterol only has minor effect on the level of cholesterol in the body. So it is not likely that the cholesterol in the food had much affect on your BP. However, there are some people that do absorb lot of cholesterol from their food.
However, if there was a lot of deep fried food and/or saturated fats that could have more of an effect.
And as Bobby said the high sodium levels probably had more of an effect. While a lot of people or not sensitive to sodium, even those might have an increase in BP until the body adjust to the higher levels.
But here are 2 other theories.
One is anxiety about about deviating from your vegetarin diet. And the anxiety from seeing an increase in BP is cause it to remain elevated.
The other area is that the microbiome in your gut was balanced for your vegetarian diet. And it was not able to handle the meat. Research is showing that the microbiome appears to have a strong relation to thinks like cholesterol levels and BP. But, at the present there is no strong cause or affect.View Thread
she (my dr) says the pain may just be my fibromyalgia but I'm not sure about that.
Any medical treatment, or not to treat, is a tradeoff of risks/rewards.
Now I don't know of what your risk of heart disease/stroke is.
One option is to discontinue the statin for 30 days and then start it again. And see it it is related to your pain.
And if is related to the pain, then you need to look at how high your risk is and weight is again the amount of pain.
Also some doctors have found that for people that have trouble tolerating statins that they have them only take the statin every second or third day. And while it did not lower the cholesterol as much as daily treatment it did reduce it a significant amount.
BTW, Although I am high risk (had a bypass and my father died from heart disease at 43) my cholesterol is in in a good range, but not ideal.
But my cardiologist and my PCP did not have a problem with me trying a 30 day holiday to see if it was related to my pain. It was not.View Thread