Lipitor? For Me? No Way

Lipitor? For Me? No Way

There are 4 comments on the Patch.com story from Aug 17, 2011, titled Lipitor? For Me? No Way. In it, Patch.com reports that:

Call me a fool if you want, but my doctor has prescribed for me 40mg of Liptor, but I refuse to take it.

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Don Little

Mallorytown, Canada

#2 Oct 9, 2011
I took and stopped taking Lipitor 3 times after they were prescibed to me.I was taking 20mg. per day.That drug is poison.It in no way should be sold.The first time I took it I was full of pain.The second time my left knee got so bad I could not put weight on it.The third time on Lipitor my shoulders got so sore and painful I had to finally quit it.After each time I guit it in about 5 to 7 days 95% of pain was gone.The Ability to function with the knee and shoulders took about one to 2 months.Never ever again.After some research I finally began taking niacin 500mg. morning and night.Will take for 3 mpnths and then will get a blood test for colesterol level.So far so good...Don
Rich

AOL

#3 Oct 27, 2011
Don Little wrote:
I took and stopped taking Lipitor 3 times after they were prescibed to me.I was taking 20mg. per day.That drug is poison.It in no way should be sold.The first time I took it I was full of pain.The second time my left knee got so bad I could not put weight on it.The third time on Lipitor my shoulders got so sore and painful I had to finally quit it.After each time I guit it in about 5 to 7 days 95% of pain was gone.The Ability to function with the knee and shoulders took about one to 2 months.Never ever again.After some research I finally began taking niacin 500mg. morning and night.Will take for 3 mpnths and then will get a blood test for colesterol level.So far so good...Don
I am sorry that Lipitor did not work for you but for the vast majority it does. My wife takes it and it works fine with no side effects.
Jared

Abu Dhabi, UAE

#6 May 29, 2013
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be cautious

Lake Butler, FL

#10 Apr 17, 2014
Statin drugs and Plavix are dangerous. Doctors get payoffs and kickbacks on prescribing pharmaceutical drugs.

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