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... and my total cholesterol was 160. I cannot figure out why it has jumped up so fast and drastically! I am 46 yr old male caucasian. I am 6'3" and weigh 220pounds. ... (1 replies)
... Same with my mom. She has had great cholesterol numbers, usually in the 170s, and only one time up to 210 after a very long time habit of dring a quart of whole milk a day, plus half and half every morning on her cereal (the latter she still does). But her pressure was sky high for years. Go figure. Regards, Brenden. (3 replies)
... I agree with you that it doesn't make sense that your BP and cholesterol have jumped so fast in only six months. Has everything else with you checked out well? ... (1 replies)

... Im posting this on behalf of my grandmother to see if anyone has any suggestions as to whats going on. First ill tell you she is 75, does well, is very active. Past medical hx is high bp & cholesterol, and several tga ( transient global amnesia) episodes.. Last week she fell On the side walk, no injuries, other than her face being bruised.. But she didnt no what caused her to... (0 replies)
... ia prescribed Simvastatin for me a number of years ago. I stopped taking same in August of last year. Started taking .05mg nightly after my last VA visit where cholesterol count was just a tad high at 210. ... (3 replies)
... od pressure readings were also perfect. Side effects such as tingling in arms and legs also gets better as time goes on. Strangely, even my blood tests including cholesterol and glucose have improved after about a year. Of all the HBP medications I've taken, Bystolic is definitely one of the best. ... (23 replies)
... This past May, the Journal of the AMA published the summation of 21 studies involving 31,000 people, and concluded that eye exams tend to be pretty reliable checks on the status of one's blood pressure, as well as the effects of cholesterol. I mentioned this to my own eye doctor and he was in agreement. Always good to get a thorough checkup of course, but the advantage of... (24 replies)
... I was also prescribed a statin for cholesterol and my lipid numbers are now well within range, particularly triglycerides, which is subject to diet and weight influences. ... (12 replies)
... I'm 23 years old and in average shape. I'm 5'11" and about 210 lbs. Doc has run blood work and given me a echocardiogram. Cholesterol is perfect, echo came back fine. Both father and mother have hypertension. Deemed that its genetic, and I just got it early. ... (4 replies)
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... se he wanted a copy of it. I stopped taking the Lipitor about 3 weeks and I stopped the Lasix the week before. I think my experiment has proved that Lasix raises cholesterol levels. ... (23 replies)
... I was on Hyzaar for a little over 3 yrs and each time I had blood work done my cholesterol would go up a few points. I think I was on it for about 6 months before any blood work was ordered. ... (17 replies)
... Here's my mum's history of medication taken: Start off: BP reading: around 210/100 - - Tenormin 50mg - no impact on BP readings - Metropolol Tartrate 100 mg - again no impact - Nifedipine S.R. 20 mg, twice a day - better, BP at around 130-145 / 80-95 something, yet heart rate faster, with headache - Bisoprolol Fumarate 5mg - BP sometimes very good at below 120/80, yet... (5 replies)
... Hi, thanks for the response. I don't have my cholesterol numbers in front of me but will have them from my Dr. friday morning. I do know that my bad cholesterol was way high according to him. ... (3 replies)
... Total cholesterol ideally is 200. ... (3 replies)
... The Dr. did tests and blood work and said my cholesterol was 210 and this is the cause of my high BP. I have never had and problem with either and my last blood tests were 6 months ago with excellent readings. ... (3 replies)


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