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... I am so glad to see this post. I also have epilepsy and had my cholesterol taken two years ago and found out it was high. I had a total cholesterol of 269. ... (4 replies)
... Prior to going on birth control pills, my total cholesterol was around 240. After being on the pills for 10 months, my total cholesterol is 269! ... (5 replies)
... especially after the results of my husband's cholesterol test this morning. It showed a total cholesterol of 222, the lowest it has even tested at home. I was so sure it was wrong that I made him take it again and it was the same number. ... (3 replies)

... I was able to take my total cholesterol from 269 down to 94 in about a year. ... (9 replies)
... try losing some of the excess body fat to improve your blood cholesterol numbers. That may allow you to use less or even no medication to get your blood cholesterol to healthy levels. ... (5 replies)
New test numbers
Jan 18, 2007
... ust got my test results back yesterday. First I want to say what I am doing...I do not take a statin...I have been taking Inositol Hexanicotinate which is a form of niacin which has no flush, I am on a dose of 1500 mg's taken with the evening meal. I take 3 fish oil pills a total of 3600 mg. ... (7 replies)
... I know that joint pain is commonly associated with the statins but since Welchol isn't a statin, I'm sort of befuddled. ... (5 replies)
... Statin therapy can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality in diabetics. The decision to treat should be based on vascular risk and not initial cholesterol levels. ... (1 replies)
... There are still plenty of debates going on about whether the cholesterol in foods directly can correlate to elevated cholesterol in us. ... (10 replies)
Niacin and Lipitor
Dec 29, 2003
... The highlight is what I'd take heart with. I'd recommend back to the 10 mg. Lipitor and add fish oils to up the HDL and a test of some rather severe low carbbing to lower the triglycerides. ... (6 replies)
Niacin and Lipitor
Dec 28, 2003
... High cholesterol runs in the family. I also have a brother who had heart bypass surgery at around 60 yrs. I've been taking the timed release formula of niacin, and the Inositol Hexanicotinate, flush free Niacin. ... (6 replies)
... My history is that I am a 36 year old male, that suffered a MI in March of this year. Prior to this I was diagnosed with diabetes in November 2000. ... (14 replies)
C Reactive Protein
Nov 30, 2003
... I would recommend getting your CRP checked. I run high in total cholesterol and have found doctors frowning on it even though the ratio was good. The doctor did a Lipid plus risk profile on me which included the CRP. Normal is below 2. ... (8 replies)
... Throughout the usual LDL cholesterol range in Western populations, lower blood concentrations are associated with lower cardiovascular disease risk. ... (76 replies)
... total cholesterol was down from 269 to 205 on Lipitor 10 mg daily. I don't know the HDL and LDL, and I have to sign a medical release to have them send me a copy of all the labwork! ... (5 replies)
... HDL is borderline. The number that is helping you the most is obviously the HDL of 70. However I would try and lower your triglycerides which are up there at 234. ... (3 replies)
... hey tried the low Carb plan, my son has lost all that puffiness and mid section weight he had. My brother's TC is 159 now. Trigs all had great reductions for All of us . My TC went to 202 and will get it checked in May. ... (10 replies)
Ldl/tc 182/260
Sep 15, 2005
... You have an excellent cardiologist. Wish there were more like him/her. (22 replies)
... So you don't think statins do ANYONE any good? Well, you are wrong my friend, but certainly entitled to your opinion. :D BTW>>>what were your #s? That would be interesting. Oh another thing for your *research* ;) :http://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/full/106/25/3163 (76 replies)
... is how they are using statistics, and the number of people that were dropped from the study, due to side affects. ... (76 replies)




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