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... Does fasting have any impact on the result. ... (7 replies)
Son's cholesterol
Jul 31, 2011
... How Is High Cholesterol Diagnosed in Children? ... (18 replies)
... The blood cholesterol numbers of a person who has eaten radically different for a whole week before the test might be meaningless when the person reverts to "normal" food. ... (2 replies)

... Following your 12 to 14 hour fast, drink at least 8 ounces of water before going to have your blood drawn. Nothing else, just plain water. ... (7 replies)
... Fasting is the way to get the most accurate reading from you tests. Also if you smoke, :nono: you should include that in your fasting. (7 replies)
... hours for the most accurate results. You should you only drink water during the period of fasting and abstain from alcohol for the previous 24 hours. ... (7 replies)
... I have to fast 12 hours before a test. The lady in the lab said you can have black coffee and water without causing a problem. The time before my last test I had coffee with cream and my triglycerides were up to 220 but this time I didn't have anything and they were down to 131. ... (7 replies)
... If you don't fast, you will likely get false test results. ... (7 replies)
... fasting, cholesterol tests. How can they be accurate? ... (10 replies)
... Is it possible that the short fast requested for the Chol test could be doing the same thing to me? ... (4 replies)
... Earlier this year after getting new results with a continuing bad number growth trend, I felt it was incumbent on me to remove any longevity risks related to cholesterol in my blood. ... (26 replies)
... Doctor was really concerned about the cholesterol and my glucose reading of 120.. ... (5 replies)
... It's usually caused by high triglycerides, which can mean he was not fasting properly for 12 hours before the test, it can be from regular alcohol consumption, a lot of fat or processed carbs in the diet, some medications, eating large meals, being overweight, smoking etc because these can all increase trig levels. ps. I've had this same thing happen on two occasions in the... (3 replies)
... and had good cholesterol numbers that satisfied the internist. ... (12 replies)
... My deit and exercise are so so a lot of room to do better. It was a non fasting test. I have done the other one before also. This test they had to send out of Ca. to do. it took over a week to get results it is supose to give them a more in depth look at blood count. ... (6 replies)
Son's cholesterol
Jul 28, 2011
... I took my son in for his yearly check up and for the first time the doctor suggested my son have his cholesterol checked he is 10 years old. He has had blood drawn before but she requested this one test. ... (18 replies)
... or told me my total was 111...no idea where she got that from....I added it up myself and got 198, tell me if I'm wrong....do you think she could of did my whole test wrong if she got this wrong? ... (2 replies)
Fasting?
Apr 26, 2009
... Do you have to fast before a cholesterol test to get accurate results? ... (5 replies)
... oz. of red wine every evening, except I didn't drink any the night before the fasting test. ... (2 replies)
... reactive protein, homocysteine and vitamin D levels. Eating right before getting tested can throw the values off, so that test you took is probably worthless. And high HDL is a good thing, by the way. ... (4 replies)


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