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... I wouldn't worry about the remarkable lowering you've been able to achieve. Although the HDL is low, I doubt that it is of much concern with so litttle other blood fats. ... (10 replies)
... Recently had bloodwork done and my total cholesterol was 118 and HDL 31. ... (10 replies)
... Yeah, everything is low... ... (10 replies)

... Unplanned weight loss and low cholesterol should always be checked out by a doctor, particularly if you are a Senior Citizen. ... (10 replies)
... To increase HDL, you might consider including more eggs in your diet. Though they also increase LDL, yours are so low that it wouldn't be a problem. ... (10 replies)
... it appears to me to be more worrisome than remarkable. Of course, that's just my opinion. You'll have to admit that it is rather unusual to see numbers drop so precipitously low with no drug intervention. ... (10 replies)
... Sometimes there has been a linkage between dropping cholesterol and cancer...but...there can be many reasons. ... (10 replies)
... I certainly do not have anorexia for I am a 220 lbs age 42. ... (10 replies)
... A cholesterol level of 118 is quite low. And you say it has been dropping progressively over the years? ... (10 replies)
... I am in the same situation, I had some Kidney problems, I have a habit of dehydrating myself in the winter, the Dr. had me drink 8 glass' of water a day, not easy in the winter, my cholesterol is now 101 and the numbers aren't perfect. I eat no cholesterol at all no red meat, eggs anything. ... (10 replies)
... All things considered, my best guess is the test was a fluke and should be redone. ... (10 replies)
... I've listened to him and followed all his directions, though I don't understand why I'm being put on statins now and not 5 years ago when my cholesterol was much worse. ... (1 replies)
... I tend to agree with what you've found about "low" cholesterol numbers. It is potentially more harmful than "high" cholesterol. Low cholesterol numbers have also been linked to cancer. Some studies show that healthy elderly persons in their 80's and 90's usually have higher cholesterol numbers. ... (1 replies)
... Hi guys, I know this is the high cholestorol forum, but as I can find very little information about my question elsewhere, I decided to give this a shot. My problem is low cholesterol. Real low. My reading is in the high 60's or low 70's and at one point was even in the 50's. ... (1 replies)
... Those numbers shouldn't be a problem IF!! you didn't get them that low through cholesterol lowering medications. Numbers that low are a problem if they are artificially achieved. There are some conditions that can cause low cholesterol... ... (14 replies)
... Okay, I took a cholesterol test as part of a life insurance quote. ... (3 replies)
... I wrote about having low cholesterol and have been searching for some information about how to increase your cholesterol and haven't been very successful. ... (0 replies)
... I guess high cholesterol gives IMMORTALITY to some! ... (5 replies)
... LDL, then they are a bit off. Yes, there are a few studies that show the risk of low cholesterol and its linkage to depression, but for many more, it is the level needed to keep CAD minimal, based on genetics. ... (3 replies)
... posting here because my Doctor wants me on Lipitor for high LDL but if possible I would rather go the diet route. Not asking anyone to contradict my Doctor, but is it possible diet is playing a role? ... (3 replies)

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