Estimate Your Personal 10-Year Risk for Heart Disease
It's easy to get a better understanding of your heart disease risk. Here’s what to do:
- Download this form and see what risk factors apply to you.
- Fill out the form completely as directed.
- Bring the completed form to your next doctor appointment.
- Discuss the information with your doctor and learn what you can do to help reduce your risk.
Heart-Healthy Tips to Help You Manage Your Cholesterol
Lipitor For You and Smart Living
For a range of resources and information designed just for you, visit LipitorSmartLiving.com. You can discover how easy it may be to blend healthy habits into your daily life, as well as:
- Find out how to customize an exercise plan
- Get the lowdown on low-fat dining in restaurants
- Learn ways to enlist the support of family and friends to help you reach goals
LIPITOR® (atorvastatin calcium) tablets are not for everyone, including anyone who has previously had an allergic reaction to LIPITOR. It is not for those with liver problems. And it is not for women who are nursing, pregnant, or may become pregnant.
If you take LIPITOR® (atorvastatin calcium) tablets, tell your doctor if you feel any new muscle pain or weakness. This could be a sign of rare but serious muscle side effects. Tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and all medications you take. This may help avoid serious drug interactions. Your doctor should do blood tests to check your liver function before starting LIPITOR and during your treatment if you have symptoms of liver problems. Tell your doctor if you have diabetes. Elevated blood sugar levels have been reported with statins, including LIPITOR.
Common side effects are diarrhea, upset stomach, muscle and joint pain, and changes in some blood tests.