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... Probably what it is is a TOTAL CHOLESTEROL of 225, not too bad. ... (23 replies)
... that isn't bad. In my case I had an HDL of 33 but with diet,exercise and supplements my HDL went up to 41 and I am happy with that. My LDL has always been OK but the doctor told me there wasn't a lot you can do with HDL but I did. ... (5 replies)
... I've been concerned about my husband's cholesterol. He got it checked at a health fair type thing today and his HDL was 33. ... (12 replies)

... My cholesterol before Vytorin and niaspan LDL was 128 and HDL was 12. ... (24 replies)
... lowering therapy with statins in patients with acute myocardial infarction and coronary artery disease. These findings point to a need for quality of care improvement efforts to foster both lipid measurement and statin use in such patients. ... (33 replies)
... plasma levels has traditionally been regarded as the principal goal of therapy in hypercholesterolemia. ... (19 replies)
... Low HDL by itself is bad... and is probably a better indicator is issues than high LDL. You need to do something to get that HDL up above 40. ... (5 replies)
... So, my doc said Lipitor... I said no. Any interpretation of these numbers? ... (3 replies)
... So, my doc said Lipitor... I said no. Any interpretation of these numbers? ... (0 replies)
... The drop in HDL is alarming as you rightly stated and is probably the worst case we have seen here. ... (3 replies)
... ol was like 220. Don't remember what my other numbers were. But I weighed in the mid to high 170s then. I did a little weight training, but nothing in the way of cardio. Now I'm 164, weight train, and jog. ... (5 replies)
... I am going to see my cardiologist on July 27 to make sense of these results. ... (11 replies)
... I tend to disagree with your doctor. I had low LDL, low HDL and high triglycerides, and still had a heart attack at age 35. ... (3 replies)
... The usual criteria indicate lower risk due to low TC / HDL ratio, but higher risk due to HDL < 40. Your doctor is as puzzled by the results as well? You may want to consider getting a more detailed blood lipids test, particularly if you have family history of heart disease in people who do not have the usual risk factors (high LDL cholesterol, smoking, high blood pressure,... (5 replies)
Pills & Numbers
Dec 1, 2006
... My Doctor has started me on Crestor 5mg but im bound to go off. Just don't think i need that drastic of a measure. ... (9 replies)
... since the start of program. ... (4 replies)
... The boss indoors dropped her Trig's from 123.9 to 70.8 after six months of the 'recipe' and have now levelled out, as have all her readings. ... (20 replies)
... Hang in there buddy. Like wise prior to taking Niacin my HDL was at 34 a year ago. After a sold six months of taking 2,000mg immediate release my HDL went up to 70. I have never had my HDL that high. So hang in there you should see more positive results the longer you take Niacin. ... (5 replies)
... Then a HALF dose of HypoCol red yeast rice for eight weeks 600 mg in the morning and 600 mg in the evening no strict excercise or diet as I was very busy. ... (27 replies)
... Our data are consistent with earlier reports that elevated fasting TG levels are strongly associated with risk of MI. ... (12 replies)

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