I was taking Lescol for 8 years and doing well with it until 4 months ago when the insurance said they didn't want to pay for it. My dr. reluctantly changed it to simvastatin (she didn't want to because I was doing so well with the Lescol) but we did bloodwork a couple days ago and the results are in. My cholesterol is down to 132 (started 8 years ago at 300+) and my tryglicerides are 90. My Dr. is thrilled. As far as I know I haven't had a single side affect so she says this is a keeper for me.
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