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High Cholesterol Board Index
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... Mike, I think you are probably just fine. Others have pointed out, and might point out that low cholesterol levels sometimes indicate other afflictions, e.g. cancer. ... (5 replies)
... high LDL cholesterol, smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. ... (5 replies)
... What was your LDL before you started medication? ... (1 replies)

... I really want to hear from people on this too. I am 41, female, with a HDL of 54 and LDL 55. Total 117. Triglycerides 41. My dr. says it is great. ... (4 replies)
... Certainly true that nobody could make the mistake of ascribing most or all of the cases of low LDL in the elderly to cancer. ... (9 replies)
... mail today from a professor at Stanford University. He does research in the cholesterol field and I had asked him the same question about my low LDL numbers. He told me that he has worked with over 2000 cholesterol readings over the last 5 years and has never seen an LDL under 50. I do not know what to think. ... (5 replies)
... I just had blood work drawn per my cardiologists orders and wanted to get some opinions on these numbers. I REALIZE this opinion only. ... (1 replies)
... Well, lecithin is a great emulsifier, and is probably worth taking whether it lowers cholesterol or not. I still believe that current standards regarding LDL levels can be dangerous. The new guidelines are set too low. ... (19 replies)
... There is a large study that is being touted by the Veterans Administration that purports to show there is CLEAR benefit for reduction of Heart disease risk with statin use. ... (15 replies)
... A couple thoughts, since we are dealing here with a sample of people who are dying largely in their 70's the skewing effects of cancer cannot be ruled out. Low cholesterol levels are a familaiar accompaniment to the cachexia of cancer and occurs even much earlier in the cancer process. ... (9 replies)
... If you have FH, or THINK you have FH, you should be aware of some dangers in low carb dieting. ... (2 replies)
... But what about LDL in particular? ... (9 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)
... I wasnt tempted, my experience is 8 times out of 10 if its not in the abstract your probably not going to be any the wiser after reading the whole report. ... (9 replies)
... Yes, I know what you are saying about Cholesterol being to low. I asked the doctor about it and he said that "no, they can actually go lower with no problem, and can actually go as low as 90. ... (17 replies)
... risk individuals", whatever your interpretation of that may actually mean. Surely you're not suggesting that everyone needs to lower their LDL all the way down to 70, are you? ... (54 replies)
... They question aggressive therapy that aims to lower cholesterol levels per the recent ATP III guidelines. ... (15 replies)
... Of course you want your cholesterol level to be as low as possible. But should you worry that it may be too low? ... (19 replies)
... Recent data would suggest that its difficult to have LDL that is too low, and that the 70's is a good place to be. ... (54 replies)
... I started an exercise, stretching, relaxation program this week and will repost on my new stats. I'm hoping to further lower my LdL and increase my HDL. ... (32 replies)

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