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... I went 4 months ago and had my cholesterol check, I don't remember exactly what everything was but I know total was 204 and my tryglicerides were 175. ... (2 replies)
... effects, they may do you some good. Everyone is different and our systems change in many ways as we age. What we can tolerate at age 30 may not work for us when we hit 40 and so on. I personally feel that statins cause many more side effects than most doctors will admit to. ... (10 replies)
... Cholesterol in children starts out low and increases over the decades...I watched my own climb between one and two points a year over 30 years. ... (5 replies)

... Yes I did with diet excercise and hypocol red yeast rice two 600 mg in the morning and two 600 mg in the evening (this is when the liver produces cholesterol) hope this helps (10 replies)
... I thought I would share some of my history. My numbers are almost identical to yours, 30 years old, not a very good family history and was in your situation a few years. Of note my trigs are always really good, but LDL always high. ... (10 replies)
... hypothyroidism is the most common secondary cause of high cholesterol after diet. Interesting!! ... (3 replies)
... I looked up the subject of testing kids for cholesterol was appropriate, and this is what I found. I never heard of kids this young being tested. ... (34 replies)
... U think that is unreal, get this!! A friend of mine called me today as she took her 10 yr. old for his physical. The dr. wanted him to go on a low dose of cholesterol meds. cause his TC was 215!!!..... ... (34 replies)
... I can't imagine 20 year old college students with total cholestol of 210 or 220, being on a statin for most of their adult life... ... (34 replies)
High Cholesterol
May 1, 2005
... A few months ago I had routine blood work done. The next day, the Dr office called insisting I come back in that I had some high results they needed to talk to me about. I went back the next day and they said my Potassium was critically high, that my cholesterol was 370. ... (5 replies)
... Your trigs are great, your HDL is quite good, and only your LDL is out of wack, and that only a bit. I'm not sure, but I think the fries would mostly affect the trigs, and your reading there was great. ... (6 replies)
... gut feelings if or when we should take drugs. Cholesterol drugs for an 8 year old? ... (7 replies)
... Brand new to these boards. I have inherited high cholesterol.. lucky me! ... (14 replies)
... I run, bike and play volleyball. ... (3 replies)
... It's the name for getting high cholesterol genetically. If you do have this, it can be diagnosed. ... (12 replies)
... FYI, here is an interesting study/report titled "Normal Plasma Cholesterol In An 88-Year-Old Man Who Eats 25 Eggs A Day" that was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, March 28, 1991. In a nutshell, this 88 year old... (26 replies)
... high cholesterol runs in my family although my grandad is 90yrs old with a pacemaker and high blood pressure for years my dad was diagnosed with HC and HP late 40's and is on statins and my mum has some heart problems angina i think? ... (1 replies)
... My total cholesterol was very high which, is a bit odd. ... (3 replies)
... My mom is 78 yrs. old, she has atrial fib, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol, all controlled by medication, she is on 40 mgs. Lipitor daily and her doctor also gave her Zetia. I posted last week about the Zetia she was given in June and most posters thought she should be on Lipitor only. ... (4 replies)
... The Doctor felt it should be below 10. In December 2006, I read an article that stated it should be below 7 and that a score of 12 placed me at three times the risk of having a heart attack than someone with 7. ... (24 replies)

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