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... plaque in arteries, for the past nine months but still had high triglycerides of 682. ... (2 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)
HIGH Triglycerides
Apr 23, 2006
... Don't get upset. I'm sure if you just take the Tricor and follow the other suggestions to get your trigs under control, you'll be fine. Worrying can make you sick. ... (10 replies)

... has been on the blood pressure lowering medication Lisinporil for about 1.5 yrs now. ... (4 replies)
... soooo, I didn't have alot of faith in her as well. I think most doctors nowadays don't know you at all. ... (30 replies)
... hours before that blood test? ... (5 replies)
... workout 5 times a week lifting weights and running 1.5 miles. I eat very healthy as well with the occassional cheat here and there. The doctor recommended I take Tricor to lower my triglycerides which he seems to think is the reason everything else is elevated. ... (3 replies)
... From what I understand, high Trigs and low HDL seem to go hand in hand, as my husband has the same problem. He is not a drinker, but has type 2 diabetes. Sugar is DEFINITELY a culprit in high Trigs. ... (11 replies)
Is my doctor nuts?
Jan 29, 2006
... and you should see a very significant drop in a few months. ... (4 replies)
... ttle intestinal thing before taking it..but felt fine later and thought hmm i feel ok..so I took the tricor...well, within abt 2 hrs...my spine felt tight and up to my head then later my brain and I was barely able to sleep..I went to sleep and then woke early ..only to find...pain in my lower back..from kidneys and bowel.. ... (2 replies)
Please help
Mar 11, 2003
... It is possible to try exercise first. I think the reason most doctors want to throw pills at you from the start is that most people quite simply are not going to make a concerted effort to change. ... (4 replies)
... Okay, I have recently had some bloodwork done and my Triglycerides were in the high 300's, LDL was normal, Total Choles. was 215, and the HDl was considered to be low. ... (11 replies)
Is my doctor nuts?
Jan 27, 2006
... I just had a physical and a ultrasond of my heart and my heart is normal, but my cholesterol is 220, triglycerides are 570 and glucose is 100, the rest are within normal ranges. ... (4 replies)
... lifestyle changes work better in some than in others. I've tried, and I can't budge my HDL much no matter what I do. Sometimes genetics trump lifestyle changes... ... (20 replies)
... and keep sugar to an absolute minimum. ... (16 replies)
... which is the pancreas releasing too much insulin when these high GI carbs are eaten. Or high GI meals. High GI carbs can be eaten if their eaten with the lower ones to balance them out. ... (5 replies)
... to understand why he would put you on lipitor for hi tri's , it's not particularly effective for that , would have though he would have put you on something like tricor for hi tri's and it will also lower totals too . ... (5 replies)
... weight, cholesterol and glucose numbers are almost identical to mine when I was your age. I never had a blood pressure problem though. ... (4 replies)
... I forgot whether U are on Tricor or any other thing for your cholesterol, but read your post about not being able to raise your HDL. Have you been taking any Omega 3, or are you a big fish eater? ... (0 replies)


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