Our expert says:
You don’t mention your age, what heart condition you have, or what other medications you have been prescribed, so it is not easy to give you advice. However,. Zocor for elevated cholesterol may cause body aches and pains. If Zocor is responsible then all generic forms of Zocor will do exactly the same thing, but other statins (drugs to lower cholesterol) may not have the same side effects. I suggest asking the doctor who prescribed Zocor to try an alternative statin such as atorvastatin or rosuvastatin.
Your cholesterol may also improve considerably with diet, exercise and weight loss, so depending on what heart condition has been diagnosed it may be possible to improve your cholesterol to a satisfactory level even without medication.
No diet will make you lose weight if you don’t really want to, whereas any diet will work if you want to lose weight badly enough! Tough but true. Good luck!
Best wishes, JT
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