Atorvastatin 20mg Uses

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Fabio Says:


Is Atorvastatin 20mg used to treat calcium as well as cholesterol levels?



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Fabio Says:

I'm a 43 year old man and boy i started to have all kinds of issues when i turned 40. I tell you it gets worse as the years go by. Can someone/anyone please help? There are days that i dont even want to get out bed, sometimes weeks.

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Verwon Says:

What problem are you having with calcium?

Atorvastatin is used to help lower cholesterol.

Learn more Lipitor details here.

And I'll gladly help, if I can, but you need to be more specific.

What types of problems are you having?

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Vee Says:

My mom has been taking Atorvastatin, 40mg, and recently has become confused, forgetful, severe muscle aches/cramps, cannot walk well, numb and tingling in feet, depressed, etc. etc. We sent her to another doctor and he took her off of Atorvastatin immediately. Within 2 days we have seen a sudden and drastic improvement in her well being! If I were you, I would stop taking it!!!! Her current doctor said this drug is very potent and powerful, especially at 40 mg.

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