Coronary Artery Ct Scan
My Cardiologist sent me for a Coronary Artery CT Scan and 24 hours later called me to tell me he was prescribing 40 mg of Rosuvastatin STAT! I said Doc, stop the clock what’s going on? He said your coronary calcium score is 1707 and you need to be on a statin drug immediately.
I said Doc, I do not want to take statin drugs because of the multiple side effects associated with them. His reply was we need to get your LDL cholesterol down to acceptable levels to prevent future damage to your arteries. Basically, take the statin or drop dead.
Time for a second opinion, which is exactly what I did, and in this video, I’ll show you my test results along with my new cardiologist’s opinion on how to approach this. Not necessarily what I wanted to hear, but he’s willing to listen to my concerns and work with me.
Enjoy! Happy Plumbing!
I highly recommend you do YOUR OWN DUE DILIGENCE on deciding to take a statin drug or not. I’m a "Doctor of Plumbing" NOT a Medical Doctor.
Go to Youtube.com and enter the following names if you want to learn more about the long-term effects of taking statin drugs.
Dr. Nadir Ali https://youtu.be/o_QdNX9etCg
Dr. Sten Ekberg https://youtu.be/sY48qLl9ZzE
Dr. Ken D. Berry https://youtu.be/0ThdGEAnCS8
Ford Brewer M.D. https://youtu.be/lUoMGIldo58
The Bale-Doneen Method https://youtu.be/oTS3CjSyCqw
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