Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Various factors, such as the overall health, lifestyle, family history, and age, can determine your risk of cardiovascular or heart disease. The health conditions that increase this risk are high blood pressure, unhealthy blood cholesterol levels, obesity, and diabetes.

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Is Rosuvastatin recommended in patients with prediabetes?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 42-year-old male with a height of 5.8 feet and a weight of 137 lbs. I have high cholesterol level of about 2237 mg/dL, LDL value of 170 mg/dL, HbA1c - 5.9 %, and bilirubin - 1.5 mg/dL. I have a family history of heart disease. My father died of a heart attack 22 years ago. I co...  Read Full »


Dr. Ahmad Mustafa

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Since you are prediabetic, you need strict control of your cholesterol level. I would suggest restarting tablet Rosuvastatin 10 mg for at least one month, as it will lower down your cholesterol level. For further follow-ups, do laboratory tests and consult your doctor.  Read Full »

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