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Crestor (Rosuvastatin) is a "statin" medication that is used in combination with diet to lower levels of cholesterol. Rosuvastatin lowers levels of "bad" cholesterol and triglycerides to increase levels of "good" cholesterol. It does so by reducing the amount of cholesterol made by the liver. Regulating the amount of cholesterol in the blood is a preventative measure against heart attacks or strokes.
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Use Crestor exactly as directed by your doctor. Ensure you read and understand all the information provided to you by your doctor and/or pharmacist.
Taking this medicine properly and following along with the diet and exercise advice, will ensure effective results.
Do not take Crestor if you are pregnant. If you think you are or become pregnant while taking Crestor, tell your doctor immediately.
Why is Crestor prescribed?
Crestor is prescribed along with a diet and exercise plan to reduce the amount of blad cholesterol in one's blood.
What if I miss a dose of Crestor?
If it is almost time for your next dose (or you are more than 12 hours late to take it) skip that dose and just take one when its time for your next dose. Do not double up on doses.
Is Crestor safe for pregnant women?
No, Crestor may harm an unborn baby and should not be used under any circumstances while pregnant.
Are there known drug interactions with Crestor?
Using certain drugs such as colchicine, cyclosporine, another "statin" medicine, can increase your risk of developing a serious muslce problem. This is not a full list of interactions. Speak with your doctor for a more detailed list.