My cholesterol is 760 if I don't take Crestor with Crestor it's is at 164 not sure why but I was talking about this to my grandfather who is 82 he said 20 years ago he was testes he was at 1176 I said what!!!! He said within the last year he was tested it was 1123 his Doctor told him he need to be on meds he told the doc who was in his Late 40s young man I have had high cholesterol since before they new it was high and I'm not dead yet no thanks he said so I now know that mine runs in the family unknown about my father he passed away due to other things at my teenager years so although I take meds for it my grandfather is living proof that some pep it does not matterView Thread
So I have had high cholesterol for about ten years I'm 39 now they say it's genetic I did t believe it. So over the years i goto the doctor and get it checked ever 6months without any medication my total is 267 with medication ( Crestor) it is 145 to 177 depending on the time of day or if the p,antes align IDK why it's just what it is. I have tried to the dismay of my doctor lol supplements red rice yeast ,saw palmetto you name it I have tried it nothing has ever brought it under 240 sad but what you going do I'm resided to the the fact that I just have to take it or risk something worse so there's my bit on supplements.View Thread
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