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5/6/13 3:04 A

Headaches can be a side-effect. If they last more than just a few days or are bothering you, then you are best to talk with your prescriber. He/she may be able to prescribe an alternative.


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5/6/13 12:37 A

Please call your doctor ASAP and ask if this was an "expected" side effect as you start the medication!!

Please remember it is meaningless how anyone else responds to Crestor. However it is important that your doctor is aware of how YOU are responding to this med --- You may need a dosage change, or an entirely different med.

Hope they can sort this out for you soon, take care til then!!

Edited by: LADYSTARWIND at: 5/6/2013 (00:48)
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5/6/13 12:17 A

Has anyone been on Crestor I just started Crestor 10 mg 4 days ago and im having headache's is that normal? Is Crstor a safe med. to lower your tryg.mine is 438

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