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... You can eat lightly till about 11 p.m. the night before and yes, water is fine. My Dr. always tells me to even drink a glass of water before going down for the blood work, it helps to hydrate you. ... (1 replies)
... Can I drink water? (1 replies)
Fasting time???
Jan 30, 2006
... I was always told to fast for 12 hours. It usually will say on your order for blood work. I recently had a lipid panel done. The good and bad cholesterol were in ideal range, as well as total cholesterol. ... (3 replies)

... emotional stress but is good otherwise. I think that whatever it was that caused it to go high to begin with has cleared up since they pumped me full of blood thinners and drano. I also must of had a touch of the flu since I had been running a temp. and was nauseated. ... (17 replies)
... Hi there, I am new to the world of high cholesterol and am looking for some advice. I am a 39 yr old woman, overweight, with high blood pressure and type II diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... your body was not meant to be swelled up.. but duing injury there is a purpose for it and infact it is necessary.... there is a very fine line between your body compensating for something it needs and having too much of somthing.. ... (18 replies)
... ess plaque then the general population..not to say combined with bad eating habits and over weight and other bad lifesyle isnt a problme.. but i think ur asking for more problem if u stop maybe just cut back to 10 or less drinks per week.. ... (18 replies)
... When you are digesting your food, your blood has all kinds of hormones and such running through it in order to move all the energy from these foods around your body. ... (3 replies)
... hrs., and also try and eat a lite meal the night before, and eat early. Drink nothing but water during your fasting time. ... (11 replies)
... I don't look 260 but I am... About 3 years ago I applied for insurance... The insurance company did a blood work and my numbrs were WAY up..off the charts... I attributed that to eating before and not fasting before blood work. So I went to my Dr. ... (5 replies)
... am seeing a surgeon this Thursday about that. I called the doctor today because my left arm has become quite sore, like I have been out mowing or weed whacking for the first time in the spring! ... (41 replies)
... lipid levels. In any case you would not want to be in dehydrated state for any blood work. ... (10 replies)
... Test often...about every 8 weeks until blood work gives you an HDL to total cholesterol ratio of at least 3.5 or less. Push yourself and your doc...remember, he works for you. ... (21 replies)
... Motivating post. Keep doing whatever you did for those 6 weeks. Abviously it worked well for you. I also suffer with high cholesterol and you have encouraged me to do a 6 weeks diet. Thansk! ... (9 replies)
... This is my first post on this forum.....I had blood work done on new years eve day and my results came back on the high side.... ... (9 replies)
... i eat plenty of veges, not much red meat, eat raw nuts, oatmeal for breakfast, and also take krill oil, i am a little overweight but just had a baby so working on getting it off! ... (1 replies)
... these same patients continue to have a tremendous lipid response at significantly lower doses. So perhaps 750 once daily would be both a safe and effective dose for you, without the increases in glucose or uric acid as well. ... (11 replies)
... t like my. im 60 years old. lost my husband last Nov. gain weight and didnt exercise. bp was a little high. no meds. started back to gym and watching how i eat. blood pressure is fine now. lost 15 lbs. and still trying. Total 234 HDL 79, trig. 69 Ldl 141. heard too much about statins also. i dont like to take meds. ... (12 replies)
... My doctor jokingly thought I had eaten a tub of butter before the blood draw. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the information. How to I find out what size the particle is? ... (7 replies)




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