Yes, and I take Vitamin E and Flax seed too
I found this article "Nutrient Depletion a Serious Side Effect of Statins" by Dr Stephen Sinatra...
"Supplements to Counteract the Side Effects of Statins
Here’s a list of nutrients I recommend to all statin users. Because of the CoQ10 connection, it’s at the top of the list. But because CoQ10 is so intimately involved in cellular energy production, I also recommend including complementary nutrients in your daily regimen to offset the side effects of statins. You’ll find many of these nutrients in a quality multivitamin and mineral formula. Others, like CoQ10, ribose and broad spectrum carnitine, must be purchased separately and can be found in health-food stores and most grocery stores.
CoQ10, 100–200 mg (hydrosoluble softgel) daily. CoQ10 serves as a raw material for the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the primary source of cellular energy. Also a potent antioxidant, CoQ10 helps to neutralize the free radicals generated during the ATP production cycle.
Broad spectrum carnitine, 1–2 g daily. This nutrient shuttles the fatty acids necessary for ATP production into the cells and transports waste material out.
Ribose, 5 g twice a day. Ribose allows used ATP molecules to be recycled more quickly. A simple sugar made in every cell, ribose is depleted by heart disease. When taken as a supplement, it rapidly re-energizes heart patients.
Magnesium, 400–800 mg daily. In the body, magnesium helps activate and regulate more than 350 enzymatic reactions. It is also required to stabilize and store ATP.
Vitamin E (100–200 IU of mixed tocopherols daily), Vitamin C (200 mg daily), and Alpha lipoic acid (50–100 mg daily). These three major antioxidants protect your cells from free-radical damage and are able to penetrate the inner mitochondrial membrane.
Copper (500 mcg to 1 mg daily), Zinc (15–30 mg daily), Molybdenum (75–150 mcg daily), and Manganese (2–4 mg daily). All four are vital minerals for ATP production and cellular health and repair."
My ears would perk up if I heard " mid cavity turbulence in the left ventricle". This can lead to clots, I know from first hand experience... I'm just a hack, not a health professional, but I've battled heart disease first hand and personal for 15 years. You ask how a condition can disappear, either it was operator error on the first or second test. I'd demand an angiogram where they can determine exactly what is going on. It is a minimally invasive procedure in that there are very, very few problems, millions are done each year. The first one is scary, but they goof you up a lot. During my last one of 15, I was singing nasty drinking songs to the nurses, much to my wife's embarrassment.
Before embarking on an expensive and trial and error over the counter experience with drugs/minerals, I'd ask for blood tests to see if you are needing these supplements. Overdoses of Magnesium can be quite dangerous, for example.
Do keep us informed, and best wishes.
Thanks I'll have a look at these