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... Not Too Much, But Not Too Little Cholesterol? ... (19 replies)
... Hi, sorry its been a while here. Been visiting the thyroid boards. I realize most everyone hear has high cholesterol but I have a concern to see if any one has heard about low cholesterol. ... (2 replies)
... LDL. I was thinking if the test result is from the Lipitor only, maybe she needs only 20 mgs. daily instead of 40 mgs. ... (4 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. I am overseas right now and will see my cardiologist in 3 weeks and get his diagnosis and official opinion. My age - 38 Wt - 185 lbs, 6 ft 0 inches good health aside from below blood levels Blood work was drawn in May during routine... (1 replies)
... if you eat a cube of butter a day, your HDL will improve quite a bit. However, moderation is key. No one is recommending you eat a cube of butter... can't be too good for anyone. ... (11 replies)
... I would recommend staying away from red meat and anything that contains partially hydrogenated oils aka transfats (23 replies)
... Diet can make all the difference. My cholesterol jumped from 178 to 243 in a period of a month...thanks to some acne medication. ... (23 replies)
... Your body will oftentimes rebel when deprived of enough cholesterol, to produce even MORE of it, thinking it does not have enough. In essence, eating too low fat can backfire. ... (37 replies)
... Captopril, Metoprolol, Lipitor and he tried to put her on Zetia, but I thwarted that by making her discuss Zeta with the doc a few days ago and he took it away from her. ... (4 replies)
... tsp. of cinnamon, and my TC went from 239 to 198 and LDL went from 161 to 126. Maybe it was a fluke, as I have never had numbers that low, but it is worth a try. ... (17 replies)
... I have read that total cholesterol under 180 could be unhealthy. ... (19 replies)
... possibly being too low. I don't know my exact stats but last time I was checked my ratio of HDL to LDL was very good. ... (9 replies)
... too many side effects from Niaspan...? ... (4 replies)
... I found the above post quite inspiring. I love the way you say it "like it is". My wife has high cholesterol and has tried the statins and too many side effects. She also has trouble swallowing large pills..She has a one month prescription for 500 mg. of niaspan. ... (40 replies)
... You are way more likely to succeed in lowering your cholesterol by using a medication. ... (40 replies)
... Thank you!! That is so nice of you. I don't know if I can help my might be too late, but I hope someone else can help theirs. Doctors irritate me. Not one of mothers doctors will talk to the other, including the ones at Mayo. ... (31 replies)
... I have found that an extremely healthy diet will not only reduce Cholesterol and Triglyceride levels, without medication, but it will also greatly improve Insulin Resistance, reducing the chances of getting Diabetes Type II. ... (24 replies)
... will certainly get more exercise after you wife has those 2 boys. Good luck and congradulations. I would be concerned about your cholesterol number being too low. I think the 159 was too low, but it seems it was naturally low. The 96 is was too low. ... (10 replies)
... My numbers went from total 185 down to 110, triglycerides are now 52! ... (12 replies)
Diet question?
May 16, 2003
... Hello, My dad had weak legs and was tired too. It was from his weak heart and poor circulation. He used to have a basket full of medication and some of it counteracted others so if your dad is taking a lot of meds. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: actos, coumadin, lipitor, metoprolol, niaspan, pravachol, toprol, zetia

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