Buy Crestor (Rosuvastatin) Tablets Online in the UK
Crestor (Rosuvastatin) Tablets contain the active ingredient Rosuvastatin, which belongs to a group of medicines called statins, which are fat-regulating medicines. It is used to lower lips known as cholesterol and other fats in the blood.
Crestor has been recommended for you because:
- You have raised cholesterol. This indicates that you are susceptible to a heart attack or stroke. For the treatment of high cholesterol, Crestor is prescribed to adults, adolescents, and infants aged 6 and older.
- Your doctor has recommended you take a statin because improving your diet and increasing your exercise did not lower your cholesterol levels. While taking Crestor, you should keep up your cholesterol-lowering diet and workout routine.
- The chance of having a heart attack, stroke, or other related health issues is also increased by other factors.
A condition called atherosclerosis can lead to heart attacks, strokes, and other issues. The accumulation of fatty deposits in your vessels is what causes atherosclerosis.
Why is it important to continue taking Crestor?
Crestor is used to lower blood levels of lipids, the most prevalent is cholesterol, which are fatty compounds found in the blood.
Blood contains two kinds of cholesterol: "good" cholesterol (HDL-C) and "bad" cholesterol (LDL-C).
Crestor works by assisting in the blocking of your body's creation of "bad" cholesterol. It can lower "bad" cholesterol and raise "good" cholesterol. Additionally, it makes it easier for your body to get rid of it from your circulation.
Because it doesn't create any symptoms, high cholesterol does not typically have an impact on how most people feel. Fatty deposits, on the other hand, can accumulate in the walls of your blood arteries, narrowing them if untreated.
The blood flow to the heart or brain can be cut off when these narrowed blood vessels become blocked, which can result in a heart attack or stroke. You can lower your chance of having a heart attack, a stroke, or other related health issues by lowering your cholesterol levels.
Even if Crestor has brought your cholesterol to the proper level, you should continue taking it because it stops lipid deposits from accumulating by preventing your cholesterol levels from rising once more. If your doctor advises you to stop or if you become pregnant, you should stop immediately.
Regardless of whether you have previously taken a different statin at a greater dosage, your treatment with Crestor must begin with the 5 mg or 10 mg dose. Your cholesterol readings will determine which start dose you receive.
Your chance of having a heart attack or stroke, as well as any conditions that might make you more sensitive to potential side effects.
Please consult a doctor or pharmacist to determine the ideal starting dosage of Crestor for you.
If any of the following apply to you:
- If you are Asian (Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean, and Indian), your doctor may choose to administer the lowest dosage (5 mg).
- You are over 70 years old; you have mild kidney issues; you are at risk of developing muscular pains; and (myopathy).
Your dosage might be increased at the doctor's discretion. This is done to ensure that you are consuming the recommended dosage of Crestor.
Your doctor might decide to increase your dosage from 10 mg to 20 mg, then 40 mg if required, starting with 10 mg. Every dose change will be separated by four weeks.
The highest Crestor dosage per day is 40 mg. It is only for patients whose cholesterol levels are not sufficiently lowered by 20 mg and who have a significant risk of heart attacks or stroke.
You should not take Crestor if you have, or have ever had a disease which affects the liver, if you have had any unexplained abnormal blood tests for liver function, if you are a woman able to have children and not using reliable contraception, if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant or if you are breastfeeding.
You must speak to your doctor before taking Crestor, because it may be unsuitable for you if:
- You have ever had a stroke with bleeding into the brain or have small pockets of fluid in the brain from previous strokes.
- You have kidney problems
- You have an under-active thyroid gland
- You regularly drink large amounts of alcohol
- You are older than 70 years old
- You have had repeated or unexplained muscle aches or pains, a personal history or family history of muscle problems
- You have had previous muscle problems during treatment with other lipid-lowering medicines
- You have a history of liver disease
- You have severe respiratory failure
If you take any of the medicines, you must speak to your doctor before taking Crestor, particularly the following:
- Medicines used to alter the way your immune system works
- Certain antibiotics or antifungal medicines
- Other medicines to regulate lipid levels
- Some calcium channel blockers used for angina or high blood pressure
- Medicines used to treat HIV