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Hello,
My grandfather has high cholesterol… he is taking slowly walks everyday and is physically active as much as possible. He is taking this cholesterol lowering drug – fluvastatin. I don’ t think it is good for him. Is anybody familiar with this cholesterol lowering drug? Should he take it, since he is over 70 years old?

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I am glad you asked this question. Your grandfather should immediately stop taking this cholesterol lowering drug!!! Since the presence of other coronary heart disease risk factors influences the use of cholesterol-lowering drugs- especially for elderly patients (for men, 45 or older).
Your grandfather should pay a visit to a doctor if still planning to take cholesterol lowering drugs!
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Hey there...

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