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... Your numbers look fine to me. Here is the breakdown: TC/HDL = 4.2 should be <4.5 LDL/HDL = 2.9 ahould be <3.2 Trig/HDL = 1.7 should be <2.0 The rest of the lab also looks good. It's important to look at the ratios, as you can see. (4 replies)
... imes a week, have a healthy diet, and I am not overweight. Just had a complete physical and was given an overall excellent rating...except for my cholesterol! My HDL is 65, my LDL is 163, Trigly 98, and total cholesterol 248. ... (3 replies)
... daily. At this year's physical exam, his cholesterol number came down to 200, with LDL and HDL to acceptable numbers. He's never felt better in his life! ... (3 replies)

... run if the Dr. thinks it prudent. I looked up your numbers on the Mayo Clinic website. "Going by that site" your HDL is in the BEST range, LDL is HIGH, TC is HIGH, TRI is Desirable. Glucose levels depend on whether you are fasting or not. ... (4 replies)
... If you have been having these kind of numbers last few years and if they are from heritage, then you are considered normal. I have similar problem, the numbers fluctuated, but not a lot, lately I have been taking fish oil, and the TC number was lower, still at border line high. My doctor didn't prescribe any medicine and blood pressure being normal may be the reason why.... (4 replies)
... Just had our wellness exam at work and my results came back as TC 259 HDL 61 LDL 176 Tri 106 In addition my glucose was at 87, BP 113/63, resting heart rate 61. I don't exercise and have a desk job. But I'm not overweight and eat pretty well. I get lots of salad, oily fish 3-4 times a week and take a multi-vitamin, cod liver oil and calcium daily. (4 replies)
... The only thing wrong with your results is your LDL so really you should be able to bring this down with dietary changes because your trigs and HDL are great (3 replies)
... I agree. I would try to get the LDL down. ... (3 replies)
... Hypothyroidism will cause high cholesterol levels even if your eating right. ... (4 replies)
... To simply use terms such as high cholesterol, high LDL, versus low cholesterol and low LDL doesn't really say much as far as actual risk. There are certainly other important variables to consider. ... (26 replies)
... I have a total cholesterol of 241 and HDL is 64 which gives me a ratio of 3.8. Ratio should be below 5.0 for men and 4.0 for women. ... (3 replies)
High HDL and LDL
Oct 13, 2009
... i have both high HDL LDL what does it mean? ... (1 replies)
High HDL and LDL
Oct 13, 2009
... I think if you posted your numbers here you might receive better feedback. Generally, though, HDL is considered the "good" cholesterol and LDL the "not so good". But there are many factors to consider so posting your results would help the "Aces" who hang out here to better inform you. ... (1 replies)
... thanks for explaining & converting my results! The thing is, my doctor said I have too much "bad cholesterol" and too little of the "good cholesterol." He also told me (like I stated above) if I had gone on the pill I would have gone into cardiac arrest and I didn't know if that was just his doomsday theory or if he's just a pessimist, I mean I'm 18 years old after all! ... (6 replies)
... LDL are most heavily involved in the atherosclerotic process which link to cardiovascular disease. Thus the higher the serum LDL levels, the greater risk of initiating an atherosclerotic plaque. ... (6 replies)
... According to studies by Dr. Dean Ornish and others, when LDL is at a nice low level, then high HDL is really not necessary. ... (10 replies)
... Your HDL number, "the good cholesterol" is so high, that you may have no problem even if you do nothing at all. However, a lower LDL number is advisable and you probably shouldn't need to resort to statins. ... (28 replies)
... s, some of European descent, and some a little bit of everything. These people of different cultures ate different types of food throughout history. Some where high in protein and fat from animal sources and low in carbohydrate, and some were higher in carbohydrate and lower in animal products. ... (13 replies)
... high LDL cholesterol, smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. ... (5 replies)
... In as many laymen terms as I possibly can depict, the study involved removing LDL and HDL from the blood of 61 individuals. ... (35 replies)

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