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... I don't understand how these can both be accurate. Why is there a fasting cholesterol test and a non fasting one and how are they accurate. I don't understand how this works. Can someone enlighten me please? ... (3 replies)
... fasting cholesterol test, then yes, you were probably taking meds for nothing. ... (7 replies)
... fasting, cholesterol tests. How can they be accurate? ... (10 replies)

... mine did, staying at 272. After Accutane, the levels should go back to normal, but my dermatologist and I decided to do a fasting lipid profile to be sure. It came back on Thursday, and was 321. ... (10 replies)
... cholesterol test which is much more detailed than the standard ones they give us. The doctor wrote on the script that fasting was NOT necessary although when I go get my blood drawn, I still plan to fast for the full 14 hrs. ... (3 replies)
... I've never had a cholesterol test without fasting and I go every 6 months. ... (3 replies)
... I wasn't aware of the fasting protocol until I brought the test results home and saw "FASTING" in the comments field. I immediately phoned the doctor, who explained that fasting wouldn't have made a difference. ... (13 replies)
Is it possible ?
Oct 13, 2003
... For someone with the genetics for high cholesterol, to eat healthy and still have high cholesterol, or even worse... to make the # actually go higher than if you were eating all bad foods? It just seems that in 2 months of eating healthy, to eating healthier, made my total cholesterol # go up by a few points: June's NON FASTING blood test: 226 August's NON FASTING blood... (4 replies)
... First of all, I would think your dr. would want to do a fasting test to make sure your numbers are accurate seeing this is a NON fasting result. ... (2 replies)
... Which cholesterol test should you get? ... (10 replies)
... I was off Yasmin for a very long time. I had a Cholesterol test in June 06. ... (9 replies)
... My doctor wanted me to start taking cholesterol meds. I did not want to take statins because I have always been able to maintain healthy cholesterol levels thru a low calorie, frequent eating, small meal diet of around 1500 calories per day. ... (2 replies)
... I am a freqent donator of blood (every 2 months) and where I go, Medic, they give you a free cholesterol check, just the total # and this is a "non-fasting test" and mine was 196 When I went to the doc. in December, my total cholesterol, "fasting" was 222. I have been doing everything to try to get it down since then,... (7 replies)
... Doctor was really concerned about the cholesterol and my glucose reading of 120.. ... (5 replies)
... although my total cholesterol is 180. HDL and LDL were not measured because of the extremely high tri level. Needless to say, this freaked me out! ... (41 replies)
... My deit and exercise are so so a lot of room to do better. It was a non fasting test. I have done the other one before also. This test they had to send out of Ca. to do. it took over a week to get results it is supose to give them a more in depth look at blood count. ... (6 replies)
... Reactive protein test is quite inexpensive, so might as well get it. How about Homocysteine? ... (1 replies)
... these results were non fasting, my doc said to get it sorted out or Ive got a heart attack coming my way... ... (2 replies)
Is it possible ?
Oct 13, 2003
... fasting cholesterol check was 237, which means it may be about 260 total right now. ... (4 replies)
... Our cholesterol numbers are not like out height. They are not fixed and are subject to fluctuation. Your change from 196 to 222 is well within the bounds of normal fluctuation. ... (8 replies)

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