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... Yes, I saw that info...just read a news article; haven't followed up yet with the complete study. Luckily, I've lived for more than 5 years in one of the cleanest spots in the nation, BUT can now chalk my 25+ years in one of the dirtiest to another of the possible multiple factors that led to my having CAD. I think the "causes" are clearly multiple and vary from person... (2 replies)
... High triglycerides, overweight, low HDL . ... (4 replies)
... With numbers as low as you have, what are you doing an Lipitor. You mirror the problems I had from this very nasty drug. ... (4 replies)

... Look into a condition called Metabolic Syndrome, also called Syndrome X. it is characterized by high triglycerides and low HDL. THe syndrome tends to include poor sugar utilization with a tendency towards diabetes and fat deposition in the belly. ... (21 replies)
... I am wondering if that might be my problem I need to do more reseach. Anyone with insight or search suggestions on low HDL and high Triglycerides please share! ... (8 replies)
... blocker I'm taking is probably causing the problem with the low HDL and high triglycerides. Common side effect. If that's the case will diet change or cholesterol meds make a difference? ... (10 replies)
... Always low HDL and high triglycerides. Fasted for 15 hours before current blood test with nothing but water to drink. ... (10 replies)
... My cholestorl is 384 and my triglycerides are 760. ... (5 replies)
New Med
Mar 13, 2006
... I caught a snippet of one of the morning shows this morning that was talking about this sydrome and some big cardiology study that came out recently. If I heard right the doctor on the show said basically that statins have been shown not to affect mortality rates in this group. Even though cholesterol rates were lowered to the acceptable level for this group they had no... (8 replies)
New Med
Mar 13, 2006
... talp, Fibrates are NOT statins so you need not fear the same probems you had with Lipitor. But they DO act in the liver so watchful care is necessary...including a liver function test after the first month. Fibrates work best to combat Metabolic Sydrome (Syndrome X) which is characterized by very high triglycerides and low HDL (and blood sugar anomalies, belly fat... (8 replies)
... overweight, maybee slightly impaired glucose tolerance, sky high triglycerides. ... (4 replies)
... s were up 21 for chol triglycerides were 351 and hdl was low and ldl high now he put me on lescol. I just went out and bought coQ10. I dont know if it will help but I'll try anything. Any suggestions? ... (12 replies)
... It's the individual numbers that are important. Someone might have a TC of 190, which is considered OK. Their LDL might be OK, but have low HDL and high triglycerides. ... (30 replies)
... I've had triglycerides run a million times and don't need another. ... (37 replies)
... sulin resistance, I got the added benefit of seeing my cholesterol numbers improve. I haven't tried metformin but I have hear that it works the same way that the Low GI diet does, which is to slow down the metabolism of Carbs thus decreasing insulin release. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you very much for the great news Arizona73!!! I have one other question. I noticed on the report that there is a "within range" colum and an "outside range" colum. Also, there is a "reference range" colum. All the numbers that I listed was in the outside range colum. For example: listed under the "outside range" colum the HDL number is 90 and next to that number... (9 replies)
... My husband found out the results of his blood tests today. His Dr. was concerned about how high his trigs were. He was started on 20mg of Lipitor. ... (6 replies)
... You may not need any drug treatment at all. What was your LDL(bad)? If your HDL (good) was around 55 and your TRIG was good, then your LDL should be around 175. If you have NO OTHER RISK FACTORS, then your LDL should be under 160 according to the guidelines (see my recent post on the "Crestor Risk Calculator"). That's easily attainable by lowering your Total a small amount... (15 replies)
... Many non alchohol wines and beers out there. While I know your remark was somewhat tongue in cheek, understand that necessary changes only come from self discipline. They never come from the supportive urging of others. If you don't have the will to do whatever "it" is you know is rigth for you, the "it" will become your master and you its slave. (6 replies)
... Im doing well changing my lifestyle to lower my triglycerides and cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)

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