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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Should You Stop Taking Statins?

By Charles Woo

Statins have been on the market for several years. These medications are used to reduce blood cholesterol levels. Currently, seven statins are on the market and commonly prescribed. This class of medicines has been among the top selling prescribed drugs in U.S history.

Those with high cholesterol could undergo a heart attack or stroke. Ever since their approval, debates about treatment with these drugs have not stopped.

Some studies have suggested that using statins could result in a high sugar level and possibly diabetes. What is really the truth?

Could any of these cholesterol lowering prescriptions cause diabetes? Nobody wishes to treat high cholesterol and end up with diabetes.

I have decided to ask this question from Dr. Daneschvar who is one of the experts in cholesterol treatment and heart and vascular disease prevention. He is the founder of TheMedCircle. I like this new site because the answers to patients' questions are only provided by the experts based on independent and fact-based information. TheMedCircle has published Dr. Daneschvar's response to this question on their site.

In asked him whether statins, considering the new research information, should be avoided. He replied that taking statins in patients at higher risk for having heart attacks and strokes prevail over the risk of potential diabetes. I found the following quote to be very interesting: "The notion that statins can be put in the public water so that everybody is able to enjoy benefits should be questioned. We as human beings have learned to use automobiles despite its many adverse effects and problems. Using medication in the right and measured way is not very different."

I have decided to write this post after seeing that many individuals still have the same worries that I had last year. I believe reading the entire article on TheMedCircle could answer this question for many people.

I will carry on taking statins until better data is accessible. I will also continue observing my diet. Everyone knows that this is not easy to do. I am aware that finding trustworthy and accurate answers to common medical problems can be puzzling and challenging particularly when there are many sites providing inaccurate and confusing information.

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