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... You might try some of the following. Look up Golomb low cholesterol and increased mortality. Dr. GOlomb is the project leader for the UCSD Statin Study. ... (15 replies)
... If you have FH, or THINK you have FH, you should be aware of some dangers in low carb dieting. ... (2 replies)
... reactive less than .5 is really good. And LDL at 89 is also really good. Lowering it more than it is right now might not produce any health benefits at all. ... (5 replies)

Triglycerides?
Jan 24, 2014
... All I can suggest is to lose weight, exercise, and watch your diet. If you can't control your numbers naturally your doctor may prescribe Crestor and/or prescription strength fish oil (Vascepa) as mine did. Since my last post, and after 10 days of Crestor 10mg and Vascepa and low to moderate alcohol consumption my total cholesterol went down to 109 and trig to 128 (from... (4 replies)
... Well, that's a combination drug that contains both a statin and niacin. Your doctor is probably trying to lower your LDL with the statin, while simultaneously increasing HDL and LDL particle size with the niacin. ... (7 replies)
... As the LDL goes lower the risks get worse. Researchers found the ideal number to be 126. ... (6 replies)
Uber
Aug 8, 2003
... If you look at my 2nd lipoprofile, with my cholesterol in the 102 range or so...there my LDL was 51, HDL 44, and I was on 1500 mg Niaspan. ... (6 replies)
... Think of total cholesterol as a first glimpse, a peek. Doctors are not supposed to make any treatment decisions based on this number alone. ... (10 replies)
... s...there is tremendous capacity in the arteries. Looks like some doctor needed some cash. That cleveland clinic study had major flaws in their trials. You ldl was getting way to low. You need to understand that LDL transports cholesterol to the cells in your body. ... (9 replies)
Concerned
Apr 24, 2007
... Its too easy to disregard one for the other when you're trying to push the cholesterol point. Again, yes cholesterol can be too low, and no not all people with elevated cholesterol have any heart problems what so ever. ... (9 replies)
... not follow a diet like that long term. That said, I really have no desire to see my cholesterol fall that low. From the books I have read recently, 110 is simply too low. ... (32 replies)
... I don't quite buy into the idea that there is no cholesterol level that is too low. ... (40 replies)
... before that. The dr. said though that my body to fat ratio he feels is not that far off and if I do lose more weight that it will not significantly lower the LDL number or total. ... (2 replies)
... um dysfuntion study and remember reading a coronary artery study a while ago, which put the blame on small LDL. I also know a lot of cardiologists consider small LDL a big culprit in coronary disease, including Dr. Davis, of 'Track your plaque' fame. ... (36 replies)
... and eat low fat with good fats or moderate fat. I read the total fat number then if the saturated fat number is half of that or less I get it, if the saturated fat is less than one third or 1 quarter I make it a regular buy! ... (12 replies)
... Statins do an excellent job reducing cholesterol, sometimes too much so. Why is Dr. ... (76 replies)
... which some think leads to the muscle problems so many have been reporting. ... (26 replies)
... other posts, and will recommend it again. It's a lipoprotein test, which shows particle sizes, and tests for some other stuff not on a normal lipid test. If your LDL particle size is large, you probably have nothing to worry about. ... (5 replies)
... effects than most doctors will admit to. Big pharma and the sales reps I'm sure make it all sound pretty good and I think they all start off with a dose that is too high. ... (10 replies)
Help with numbers
Mar 13, 2006
... it is too high... ... (6 replies)


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