|cirrhosis and use of lovastatin
Jul 20, 2005
My Mother has cirrhosis and her HMO doctor wants her to start taking Lovastatin for high cholesterol. Can this cause more damage to her liver? Thank You!
Response from Dr. Dieterich
It is possible, but unlikely. The toxicity is a random event and not really precipitated by underlying liver disease. Her doctor just needs to watch her liver enzymes carefully. DTD
do you know of a doc in the sf bay area
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