Plavix is used to inhibit the formation of potentially dangerous blood cots. As such it has no effect on cholesterol either positively or negatively. If you are concerned about your
cholesterol and taking Plavix you should talk to you doctor about what might be the best medication and course of action for you to take. Plavix (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000040)is a medication used by patients who may be at risk for a stroke or heart attack. It is classified medically as an antiplatelet drug. Plavix is also commonly used to treat patients recovering from certain types of heart surgery, including patients who have received a stent or those with prosthetic heart valves. It prevents potentially serious clotting from occurring. The generic name for the drug is Clodipogrel Bisulfate.