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... dL triglycerides which although within range, could be improved. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, If any of you feel like reading my long boring story here I would appreciate it! I've had it. I'm so tired of hurting all the time. I am a female in my late 30's that is 30-40 pounds overweight. I have been dieting the past month or so and TRYING to exercise (aerobics, walking) but I hurt sooo badly. I... (6 replies)
Fh
Apr 29, 2006
... The increase in CRP could be from the cholesterol medication. (11 replies)

Fh
Apr 29, 2006
... I am a female and I got this from my dad who's values were also very high. ... (11 replies)
... Up until a couple years ago, I had great numbers. This past year, I quit smoking, lost over 30lbs, exercise daily and eat healthy. Yet, my total and LDL is markably worse. I just don't get it!! Last year my numbers were: Total - 164 LDL - 102 HDL - 50 Triglycerides - 62 CRP - 1.1 (1 replies)
... I'm a 50 yr old female with family history of high cholesterol and triglycerides. I had triple bypass may 2008. My triglycerides started out at 1400 now down to 293. My hdl is now 39, ldl 118, and cholesterol 216. ... (2 replies)
... Every so often the docs will check my triglycerides and they are way over 1000!! I do have a family history of hypertriglyceridemia, but my Dad didn't get this problem until he was over 50! ... (9 replies)
Advise Please
Dec 12, 2003
... The study you are referring to was published in the American Journal of Medicine in Oct. 1995. Lead researcher was L.W. Gibbons. Niacin was originally treated as a drug and was overprescriibed at times in excess of 3 grams. This caused liver problems, increased uric acid, blood sugar elevations, and the flushing problem. Another study published in the Archives of Family... (16 replies)
... Could someone please comment on these numbers for a female in her early 60's? ... (2 replies)
... fifties, female, and 50 lbs overweight but trying. I've also been a vegetarian for 45 years though I eat low or non fat dairy and the occasional piece of salmon or flounder. ... (2 replies)
... ed free and total and direct testosterone ,LH,FSH,estradiol sensitive,a couple other tests...so you need to basically get a full hormone panel which includes the female hormones as well. ... (13 replies)
... Some of the most recent guidelines suggest that if you are female, having an HDL lower then 50 is considered a risk factor for heart disease. 60 and above is considered optimal. ... (4 replies)
... I am a 49 year old female and find myself in a place that scares me and I would appreciate any help. I am about 50 pounds overweight and for the past 2 yrs have been on dyazide, zocor, and norvasc for HTN and high choles. ... (6 replies)
... Don't be alarmed. Those #s aren't that bad. Your TRIG is high (should be below 150) and you can get that down with taking FISH OIL daily...at least 2 Grams NET DHA/EPA content. You should also cut down on the carbs..say by 25%..to further lower the TRIGS. Your LDL is fine and so is the Total. The HDL is a bit low and should exceed 50. Regular exercise (aerobic) will raise that. (12 replies)




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