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... p all drugs because of gall stones that was discovered,. I recommend that anyone taking statins have their gall bladder checked with ultra sound to see if there are gall stones. ... (20 replies)
... that's prior to eating a lot of sweet items before the blood test. Mine are now much more reasonable with the 10 mg. ... (20 replies)
... I'm new here but there seems to be a wealth of information available from you guys...my triglycerides are really high, like 968 on my last test. Before that they were 550. Can someone tell me, relatively speaking, how high that is? ... (20 replies)

... I wish you well but i must agree with the others, your trigs are really high and only your drs can address your unique health issues. ... (9 replies)
... picture and educate ourselves as to what is really going on. One example is with Triglycerides. while this is only one component of totals cholesterol, it can be a very important factor. ... (41 replies)
... a bit as having very few carbs can make you feel sick. Something interesting happened when my triglycerides got really high. ... (30 replies)
... If not, that might explain why your triglycerides are so high. ... (19 replies)
... and your high HDL can mitigate some of the risk. ... (5 replies)
... When I found out I had type 2 diabetes in 2005 my triglycerides were at 2100 and I just used niacin, curbed my diet a bit, and exercised 4 minutes a day. ... (1 replies)
... I also been fighting high Triglicerides for yrs now.. ... (12 replies)
... Thank u Arizona. i didn't know what trigs were or how it effected my cholesterol. Is 5.15 really bad? ... (34 replies)
... HDL ratio should be 2.5 or less. Yours is 2.2, which is within the range. The two factors which are really in your favor are your high HDL and low triglycerides. ... (8 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)
... ietary improvements will result in improved numbers and more favorable ratios. As I see it, his biggest concern should be to bring down those triglycerides. They are too high. True, overeating is never good, and he really should try to exercise more moderation. ... (10 replies)
... lowering drugs. It is highly unlikely that cholesterol and triglycerides that high comes from diet alone. A vegan diet does not assure a good cholesterol level. The body makes its own cholesterol. ... (8 replies)
... My doctor didn't really explain ANYTHING to me. He came into the room, barked about my triglycerides being too high and slapped a prescription in my hand for a drug that I've discovered through my own research to be dangerous. ... (20 replies)
... Then WHY are you looking for it in the living room? ... (14 replies)
... Those numbers are a bit low. But if he is feeling OK, there is probably nothing to worry about. Some people just have naturally low serum cholesterol. Those triglycerides are a bit high probably because of the diabetes. Excess blood glucose finds its way to the liver, where it is converted into triglycerides. ... (2 replies)
... My numbers are worse than most I've seen here, so I'm nervous to see responses about how I should be on meds. ... (11 replies)
... I am going to presume that you have a terrible diet, ala the typical American high saturated fat and heavy on the refined carbohydrate diet? ... (5 replies)


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