Skip to comments.Best and Cheapest Source for Atorvastatin
Posted on 03/17/2012 6:38:36 PM PDT by Mean Daddy
Just looking for some Freeper help on where the best and cheapest place to purchase Atorvastatin (generic Lipitor) is. Would be interested in online, clubs (Sam's Club) etc.
i hate statins. i have heart disease in the family so a reading of 241 was a concern to my doctor, who is a trained lipotologist, in the past year, with exercise, losing 20 pounds, watching my diet but not fanatically so and taking 2000mg of niacin every night (from a place in oregon) and 2 red rice yeast capsules. it is at 183.
Hubby uses the same card at Walgreens. As far as I know everyone accepts it.
$4 co-pay card
any truth to the claim that lipitor degrades mental function. if so is there an alternative that doesn’t do that.
Are you trying to kill yourself?
The FDA now requires a warning on statins that they can cause increased blood sugar levels - http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/28/us-fda-statins-idUSTRE81R1O220120228
I developed Type II diabetes 3 years into taking Lipitor. I also experienced muscle wasting, memory loss, and pain in my joints. Statins are toxic, and do nothing to increase longevity. Cholesteral is NOT the boogie man in heart disease. High cortisol levels are a much more accurate indicator of heart disease risk.
I’ve been taking CoQ10 for years, but I never figured out what the best dosage is. I take a few vitamins daily, plus fish oil and raw bee pollen, but never been a megadose guy. Do you happen to know an effective but conservative recommended dose for CoQ10? Thanks.
What is the niacin for?
How much CoQ10 per day do you take?
Save your money, save your life and eat the way you were designed to eat.-Wb
I agree with that cholesterol. My DH eats at least 15 pounds of meat a week mostly beef plus 2 gallons or more ice cream. 32 inch waist. He is a Yankee though,we don’t fry food and he likes his veggies crunchy,lol.
I never believed eggs were bad for you,they have stuff in them that cleans arteries. But I fell for that low meat/high carb crap they came out with 20 years or whatever ago. The low salt is crap too unless you have a serious condition.
I had my Dr. write me a paper prescription for one medication because the co-pay was so high. I told him I was going to order it from a Canadian pharmacy that gets drugs from India. He was dubious.
I ordered two other drugs from my insurance pharmacy and when them came they were relabeled and in non-original bottles, but they had the manufacturer name on them. I looked it up on the internet and shockingly, both were made in India.
Here’s a link with some information I believe is important to know. It isn’t the only source out there so you don’t have to rely only on this one.
Some of the mail order companies are “more than a little bit shady.” I have used Northwest for 3 years. Their ethical standards are excellent. Although I have Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance on some items it is much cheaper to order them from Northwest and simply pay for the drug. Northwest uses only high quality generic drugs supplied from only reputable drug manufacturers.
1. This pharmacy is licensed in Canada. I even checked with the licensing agency. The pharmacy is in good standing with few substantive complaints, and they havd an excellent record for resolving whatever complaints there are. When a problem arose with one of my meds, I spoke by telephone with a live person who was more than eager go help. Nut other meds come through an insurance pharmacy supplier in the US, and I’ve never had such good service with this US supplier as I’ve had with this Canadian outfit.
2. You’re right; the company doesn’t ask for a list of your other meds, but my doctor has a list which he consults before prescribing even the meds I’ve taken since 2007. When your doctor prescribes a new med, you should ask him or her if it will work with your other meds, even nonprescription items like vitamins or pain relievers.
Statins have terrible side effects and lowering cholesterol has proven to be of little, if any, benefit......http://www.naturalnews.com/z035249_hardening_of_the_arteries_cranberries_remedies.html
Same pharmacy I use. Started with them last year when I entered the Medicare coverage gap and my Medicare supplier informed me I would have to pay $200 to $300 for a 90 day supply of two name brand drugs, Plavix and Lipitor. For a 100 day supply of the generic equivalents, I paid around $72 at Northwest. That was cheaper than my usual Medicare copayments of $75 for a 90 day supply.
My husband takes COQ10 200 mg twice a day and it’s been working for him. We get it at vitacost.com. Cheapest place I’ve found.
If you have heart disease or high cholesterol, respiratory problems, a history of cancer or even gum disease, they usually recommend a dose of 200-300mg of CoQ10 per day. Divided into 2 or 3 doses. Don’t take it in the evening, because it might keep you awake. CoQ10 works to help your mitochondria carry oxygen better to the cells. It is something your body naturally produces, but gets depleted as we age. It is fat soluble, so take it with food that contains some oil or fat. Some of the formulas have it combined with Vitamin E oil for better absorption. If you don’t have any of these health issues, you can take between 50-100 mg. per day. It can get expensive, so watch for sales and only buy from reputable companies.
As with any nutritional supplement, keep your physician informed as to the supplements you are taking. Even though many of them don’t know much about these things. You’re almost better off discussion these things with your pharmacist first.
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