New warning for men taking this common treatment — please read

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“Why isn’t my doctor telling me?” Very scary side effects from this commonly prescribed Big Pharma med…

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New warning for men taking this common treatment — please read

Have you ever taken your car into a mechanic and have them not be able to find the problem?

It’s happened to me. It might be a noise or a leak, or something else they can’t get the car to do while it’s in the shop.

We can have similar problems with Big Pharma meds…

It can be hard to nail down the correlations between meds and side effects – even serious ones.

This is because side effects often take months or years to show up.

But a recent study is showing some scary side effects from statins that have been hidden for 30 years.

If you are on one of these commonly prescribed treatments, this is something you MUST know about.

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Statins have been around for 30+ years.

Doctors use statins to control cholesterol in patients.

These treatments have been around for a long time…

The first statin was approved by the FDA in 1987 – over 30 years ago.

“Lovastatin was given FDA approval to become the first commercial statin in September 1987.”

Unfortunately, even though these drugs have been around for over 30 years now, we are STILL discovering some serious side effects.

Statins are the most widely prescribed treatments on the market.

It’s amazing that potentially life-threatening side effects are still coming to light with statins – because statins are the most widely prescribed treatment in the world.

“…statins are the largest-selling class of drugs currently taken by patients throughout the world. Sales for this one class of drugs in 2005 were $25 billion. Today, an estimated 30 million people worldwide are taking statins.”

As I move into the side effects, I have to give you a disclaimer. I’m not a doctor. I can’t (and won’t) give you medical advice.

If you are taking a statin, make sure you talk with your doctor about potential risks. And don’t go off of your meds without talking to your doctor.

Statins significantly increase the risk of staph and other SSTIs.

(SSTIs are skin and soft tissue infections.)

“Skin and soft tissue infections (SSTI) are bacterial infections of the skin, muscles, and connective tissue such as ligaments and tendons.”

As antibiotic resistance grows, these types of infections are becoming more and more of a problem…

And statins INCREASE the chance that you will get an infection like this.

“Overall, statins were associated with a significant risk of SSTIs. This risk was similar over 91, 182, or 365 days, with the greatest influence from atorvastatin and simvastatin.”

Statins significantly increase the risk of diabetes.

Another newly discovered problem with statins is that they increase the risk of diabetes as well…

With researchers saying that they may even INDUCE new-onset diabetes.

“…statins may also induce new‐onset diabetes mellitus (referred to as diabetes hereafter), which is a risk factor for SSTIs… And skin colonization with S. aureus predisposes diabetic patients to infections.”

This is a major double whammy, because these two conditions are often linked already.

Diabetes and staph infections are linked.

So diabetes and SSTIs are already linked…

And, as statins increase the risk of both, the increased risk for either when you are taking treatments like this goes up significantly!

“Patients with diabetes were associated with increased risk of SSTIs at the 182 and 365 days window… But the risk was nonsignificant at the 91 days window.”

The bottom line on Big Pharma treatments…

I’m not saying to never take statins… Although I can’t imagine a circumstance where I’d ever take them.

And I can’t tell you, and won’t tell you, to start or stop anything because I’m not a doctor.

But you should know your risk and evaluate the good and the bad with any treatment you DO take.

I can’t see any good that statins are doing. I think they are a huge scam.

I don’t blame your doctor for it — the Big Pharma companies have him fooled, and most doctors are fooled.

Read up, and decide if the treatment is worth the risk.

I personally don’t think it is for most guys.

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This naturally lowers cholesterol… by turning it into testosterone

It sounds bizarre, but this is actually a natural process that goes on in the body…

The body uses cholesterol to create testosterone in the Leydig cells in a man’s testicles:

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The trouble is, this C to T conversion process slows down as we get older, along with our metabolisms…

So cholesterol builds up… and testosterone goes down…

And statins do nothing to fix this important process in the body. In fact, it can make it worse.

This works better than statins — it jumpstarts the C to T conversion process, lowering your cholesterol by turning it into testosterone (and it’s free). 


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.

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