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... study, a secondary prevention trial, proved the benefit of treating patients with myocardial ischemia and cholesterol levels within normal limits. ... (44 replies)
... Rest was normal range. ... (29 replies)
... dL. However, now I am no longer dependent upon Tricor to keep the levels in normal range. ... (21 replies)

... mg daily of policosanol to be effective at improving serum lipid profiles. ... (44 replies)
... Assays for the other proposed secondary lipid targets are unstandardized, expensive, not widely available, or hard to interpret. ... (38 replies)
... o is hope and pray something comes down the road soon to give us all an answer. My girlfriend was on statins for a few yrs. as her numbers go from the 300 to 500 range also, but after many problems with her kidneys, she got disgusted and now refuses to take them also. She won't even ask her dr. ... (58 replies)
HDL - too high?
Jan 29, 2004
... Your lipid profile is stellar. ... (4 replies)
... Red Yeast Rice twice daily for over three years for my lipid management. My previous numbers were great on the Red Yeast Rice but six months ago during my annual check up my numbers were as fallows. ... (17 replies)
... e with over the counter Niacin. He said 'No Problem'. I hope that Niacin can help raise my HDL. Right now at 42 I am not confterble being just 2 points above the normal range and he agreed. My Doctor ordered another lipid panel for February as I just had one last month during my yearly check up. ... (34 replies)
... TB and Lindarella, thank you both VERY much for your replies! TB...what is a "lipid specialist?" What type of doctor and how do you look for one? Lindarella, you answered one of my questions on if it could wait until my next appointment. The thing is I should not even know my results as I got my own copy of the tests. On the rest of my results, although I don't... (29 replies)
... That is an excellent lipid profile. You don't need any drugs based on those numbers. The risks just don't justify the benefits, if any in your case. ... (8 replies)
... of all people that have heart attacks and strokes have normal or low cholesterol levels and that's a fact. ... (6 replies)
... of how I reversed almost every CHD risk factor from high to very low, in my lipid profile, over the past year and 3 months. ... (17 replies)
Just Say No?
Feb 19, 2004
... Over half of all heart attack patients have low or normal cholesterol levels! This is fact. ... (12 replies)
... or lipid lowering in several randomized trials have demonstrated partial regression of stenoses and major reduction of cardiac events as detailed subsequently. ... (33 replies)
... a myth you could say. Another theory, the lipid hypothesis as the single cause of atherosclerosis, has not passed scientific tests and is filled with inaccuracies. ... (29 replies)
... My Dr. said that I had a virus and that it would run its course. I insisted on blood work and my Comprehensive Metabolic Panel was normal except my AST was 63 and my ALT was 115. ... (10 replies)
... Yeah, In answer to you question, You ARE missing the point. Here's what the Pfizer and the FDA ACTUALLY say: (34 replies)
... Hi, I recently had a Lipoprint cholesterol subfraction lipid test done and it shows the following: Component: Value; Reference Range; High/Low -------------------------------------------------- VLDL: 27; <=22; HI MIDA: 12; <=25 MIDB: 13; <=15 MIDC: 21; <=23 LDL1: 12 <=25 LDL2: 26 <=57 (10 replies)
... ack in high school. I'm 33 now and have known about the whites of my eyes since about 1987. It was in 1994 that I first learned about my bilirubin being out the normal range. ... (22 replies)

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