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HIGH Triglycerides
Apr 24, 2006
... starch along with the tricor reduce the numbers greatly. I will rely only on diet. I did find out today that I have inappropriate sinus tach, which the doc says will go away in time. ... (10 replies)
... ery hard and have been very conscientious about what we eat and drink. And he's "followed Doctor's orders". I hope we can further reduce, if not eliminate, the Tricor and Vytorin in the future. I thank everyone who replied to my intial post for your comments, concerns, information and advice. ... (1 replies)
... Plus, is my dr overreacting by putting me on Tricor when my total count is 170? ... (6 replies)

... Those changes will help reduce your triglycerides, true. But will those alone reduce them enough? ... (9 replies)
High Triglycerides
May 12, 2006
... and reduce your overall calorie intake. Try to eat more veggies and increase your fibre intake. ... (11 replies)
... statin before going on Tricor. Worst case, you get the health benefits from omega 3s, even if it doesn't reduce triglycerides enough. And only 720mg of Omega 3 is useless for triglycerides. ... (15 replies)
... They are both fibrates Kathy. I think Zetia is more for LDL and Tricor is mostly for the Trigs. and VLDL. Do a web search, just type in ...what is Zetia, then the same for Tricor and it gives U all the info. ... (4 replies)
... The CoQ10 supplements do seem to help some people on Tricor. The link is more tenuous then with the statins though, since fibrates have not been shown to reduce blood serum CoQ10 levels, while statins have. ... (4 replies)
... plaque in arteries, for the past nine months but still had high triglycerides of 682. ... (2 replies)
... I know this will sound radical, but for those of you with very elevated triglycerides and wish to avoid medications, pretend you have celiac disease. ... (30 replies)
... to reduce homocystein levels, a marker for inflammation. ... (16 replies)
Lipitor and tricor
Sep 27, 2004
... I believe Tricor is a fibrate, and with all the whiz bang over statins, it isn't prescribed as much these days. ... (24 replies)
... to try for people with elevated trigs. Split the doses up during the day, don't take it all at once. You may wish to look for higher potency gels though, just to reduce the number of pills you have to take. ... (30 replies)
... Regarding statins and red yeast rice, red yeast rice naturally contains a compound that is the same as lovastatin. Blood glucose at 103, if fasting, is considered prediabetes (65-99 is normal, >125 is diabetes, which is a major risk factor for heart disease); you may want to consider increasing the exercise and losing some body fat to try to keep it from progressing to... (30 replies)
... Susie, I have been reading your thread for a couple of days now. Even though I am preparing to bolt out of here to spend some time in France, I wanted to give you a little information on what I think is going on with you, and what you can expect. Let's go back to your first post. Your TG levels point you in the category of severe hypertriglyceridemia. The highest... (23 replies)
... fifth of triglycerides is made up of VLDL. ... (8 replies)
Is my doctor nuts?
Jan 29, 2006
... be very reluctant to combine the Tricor with any statin. ... (4 replies)
... The doctor should have solely concentrated on your triglycerides which are only a tad high. Target for this is 2. ... (10 replies)
I am screwed....
Dec 5, 2006
... Here's my game plan. Obviously, changes in diet need to occur. I need to cut out the carbs and reduce the fat. ... (5 replies)
... weeks after my doctor added Tricor to the Lipitor 10mg I had been on for 7 years. I am a 50 year old male in otherwise good health. ... (6 replies)

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