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... Please see "Follow-up: Extremely High Triglycerides" (19 replies)
... Good to know! Have you taken any medication for the high triglycerides, or did you just use the fish oil supplements? ... (19 replies)
... from the extremely high trig level. ... (19 replies)

... and you will learn about how they cause you to have high insulin levels and high triglycerides.. ... (20 replies)
... I have to disagree with this assessment. Dietary protein and fat (like that found in meat and eggs) has little impact on fasting triglyceride levels - many studies and clinical trials confirm this. It is not the fat in your diet that impacts triglyderides, but the carbohydrates. What has the biggest impact on triglycerides is dietary carbohydrate, in particular the sugars... (20 replies)
... kathy I have hi triglycerides on and off for a long time now some of mine is heredity the drs prefer the triglycerides to be at 180 or less there is a high rishk of stroke and heart attack with the hi triglycerides has your dr put u onm any lipid lowering meds? ... (20 replies)
... High triglycerides in the blood are driven by eating carbohydrates. ... (4 replies)
... I too have very high triglycerides. It is nothing you did wrong for your fasting etc. I don't drink and I sorta have a unhealthy diet. ... (4 replies)
... cholesterol and glucose. Most diuretics can. My mom has been on lasix, hctz and now torsemide, which raised her cholesterol drasticly. It also made her a1c go extremely high. Since stopping the diuretics, she has dropped her a1c to 7 and her cholesterol to 243. She is still working to lower these numbers. ... (5 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 12, 2006
... cription med. so don't concern yourself with that until you've tried alternatives. Avoid too much dietary fat, sugars, and especially alcohol. Most people with high triglycerides seem have them spike with alcohol, I know mine do, even one beer a week before a lipid panel will elevate mine. ... (11 replies)
... What I gleaned from this tidbit is that alcohol can cause triglycerides to ZOOOM short term. ... (19 replies)
... Needless to say, we are extremely happy. ... (1 replies)
... My Triglycerides were 500. ... (19 replies)
... worker who was taking a drug to clear acne and had to go get your triglycerides checked periodically. ... (19 replies)
... depressant drug. It wasn't long before her triglycerides shot up to over 1000, and she had to stop taking it. ... (19 replies)
... I was thinking the same thing. My girlfriend's husband had Trigs. hitting 900 and he wound up in the hospital, as it was affecting his pancreas. Luckily they got everything under control in a short period of time. Hopefully kate's hubby can get those numbers down also. (19 replies)
... Hi Lenin, Thanks for the info. His doctor said that his blood sugar level was "moderately high" and should drop to normal range with his changed diet. He did not think medication was necessary at this time. Yes, most of his body fat is in his belly. He does have several of the symptoms that go along with Syndrome X. His doctor said that over the next few months this will... (19 replies)
... With trigs that high, it makes me wonder if it was a lab mistake. I mean, mistakes do happen. I've never heard of a test that high! Good luck in getting those numbers down! (19 replies)
... I really am aware that his triglycerides are off the charts. I am extremely concerned about this. This is the first time they have been so high. In addition to taking the medication, we're cutting carbs, sugars, no red meat. ... (19 replies)
... Kate, is this the first time he has had Trigs so high? I know my husband has had tests done in the past where his have been in the 400's, but 2020 is really something I never heard of. Hopefully the meds. will help, along with some of the suggestions U got from folks here, as that is really high!! Good luck, and do keep us posted.... :wave: (19 replies)




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