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... every thing sounds like your on the right track though, no comments from me since my LDL is 187 go to the doc wednesday going to try the lipitor again but maybe start out on the 10mgs a day was walking the hills but i live in Iowa and right now it is really HOT and HUMID!! so cant walk quite as long are you on lipitor? and can you please answer my questions about the omega 3's... (14 replies)
... Hi I am new here! Here are my #s. TC 338 HDL 147 LDL 183 TRIG 40 I have no family risk factors. I am M, 42yo, 5'7", 140#, 15% body fat. (14 replies)
... High LDL could be caused by stress. But it won't do you any harm if much of that cholesterol is being recycled, which the high LDL suggests is happening. Also remember that most cholesterol is produced in the liver. ... (14 replies)

... I apologize that HDL Rate is not accurate. ... (2 replies)
... With regards to your 10mg 3 month results, please provide your TC, LDL, HDL and Tri's for the latest tests. ... (1 replies)
Boosting HDL level
Nov 30, 2005
... What were your various lipid numbers last time on 40 mg Pravachol - TC, LDL, HDL, trigs? Knowing that might give us an idea of the total picture. Increasing exercise helps some people. Eating egg yolks can increase HDL, too, but it may depend upon the rest of your lipid profile as to whether or not it is wise. (17 replies)
... Most people look at a set of numbers compared to the previous and try to make some cause and effect and you simply cannot do that. TC, LDL, HDL can all swing significantly with no alteration of diet, excersize, or supplements between testing. ... (28 replies)
... JRF, I'm somewhat confused by your numbers. It doesn't quite add up. For instance: TC= LDL + HDL + (Triglycerides/5) Well, with the numbers you've provided, it would seem that your triglycerides would be zero. That just doesn't make sense. Are you sure you've provided the correct information? Anyway, judging by the numbers that you've provided, it would appear that... (2 replies)
Omega 3 and HDL
Sep 28, 2016
... Can you post your numbers: TC/LDL/HDL/Trigs. What constitutes "normal" is debatable, especially from the point of view of most docs. Your numbers may be okay but we need to see them. Too often we see numbers posted here because docs want to introduce statins, but after figuring the ratios we very often see the numbers are just fine. Tess (2 replies)
... Can you post the complete lipid panel so we can check your numbers: TC LDL HDL Trigs Tess (1 replies)
Question?
Dec 25, 2004
... What you likely have is an equal or higher ratio of LDL pattern A than LDL pattern B as indicated by your low normal triglyceride level. ... (4 replies)
... tc 205, HDL 75. ... (54 replies)
... D All that might be making LDL seasonally cyclical for me. I suppose I won't know for sure about that until I do another panel in November again. ... (19 replies)
... I don't know where you have been reading 'that it is all about LDL', but I assure you it isn't, unless the LDL is outside the boundaries of the accepted ratios and the particle sizes are small and dense. ... (7 replies)
... high LDL cholesterol, smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. ... (5 replies)
... the know". I'm really trying to avoid having to go to pharmaceutical drugs if I can. For those with a similar profile are you currently taking any drugs to raise HDL or lower TC? ... (2 replies)
... To lower your LDL to a good level first of all cut out all red meat. ... (10 replies)
... Okay my new numbers are pretty good and I'm not at all dissatisfied although I would like to bring my HDL up to over 50 at least. They said my HDL needed to be over 60 and LDL under 100. I don't know how anyone would get those numbers without statins. ... (14 replies)
... So the higher your HDL is, the higher you TC will be. High HDL is "good", but it increases TC which is "bad". Go figure! Anyway, my TC is 224 but my HDL is 68, so I don't worry about it. ... (8 replies)
... mber is because when your trigs. are high they can't calculate to get a number. I learned this from Arkie. When hubbies trigs. were over 400 he also never got an LDL number and I never knew why, and God forbid the dr. should explain it. DAH! ... (2 replies)




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