Doctors won't share with you anything that might help you tolerate any kind of statin, it's not in their department of understanding. Here is an important link that covers what I am sharing:
CoQ10 and Statins: What You Need to Know
That isn't any kind of joke. Even though I was weaned off of two kinds of statins, I was still suffering residual issues and even newer, less conventional problems, until I started taking CoQ10, which can be found in any vitamin section. Like all vitamins, give it about 2 to 3 weeks for full effectiveness. 90% of residual issues vanished with this, and I got my mind back. I took statins for years without realizing the true source of my issues with them.
How I found out... I ran out of money one fine day, when paying for my prescriptions. I needed to wait for another payday, but it was two weeks out. It was either my insulin or my statin drug, so I chose to wait on the statin. A week and a half later, I was a new man. Even my blood sugar dropped. I basically gave the cardiologist the middle finger on the statin drug (not literally, but he understood when I said no more in a firm manner after he tried to get me restarted on them) but it wasn't until I ran into a friendly nutritionist over-hearing my complaints on the statin residual issues that won't seem to completely go away. She told me about CoQ10 and told me I should look it up before deciding anything. I recommend the same thing. Do your homework, and if it looks like something that might help, give it a shot.
Don't blame the doctor. A Doctorate in medicine is not the same as a doctorate in nutrition, as they are separate educational paths.
Stay safe out there.