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... When having my blood tested I consistently have good cholesterol levels yet have an above normal triglyceride level. ... (1 replies)
... snacks, sugary foods and perhaps add some fish oil, and your triglycerides should go down. ... (1 replies)
... I am hoping for any insight on lab results I just received. I am wondering if my high CRP level could be a false-positive due to taking oral contraceptives and being in the middle of allergy season. I have found resources stating that oral contraceptives can inflate CRP levels. I exercise for at least 1 hour 6 days per week and all my lab values were great except for CRP. ... (4 replies)

... I saw 4 different gastroenterologists during my stay in the hospital and all of them agreed that it was idiopathic. They didn't believe that my cholesterol caused it :( This makes sense! I will ask for a serum lipid panel with the LDL measurement. I'd like to try diet, but I think that there's too much being produced in my body, not that it's coming from my food... (15 replies)
... HDL ratio risk is rather well documented in clinical studies, but mainly all you ever hear about is the total cholesterol vs. heart disease risk. ... (13 replies)
... The less expensive cholesterol tests measure total, HDL, and triglycerides. ... (1 replies)
... arkie, th liver produces like what, 2g of cholesterol a day, right? ... (26 replies)
... my triglycerides were 600ish, but they didn't think that it contributed to the pancreatitis. I did have C Diff Colitis at the same time. ... (15 replies)
... reviewed studies I was really impressed. It seems to not just lower cholesterol, but to "balance" the HDL vs LDL. ... (1 replies)
... In March, I stopped taking Lipitor after three years due to worsening, unbearable side effects. My cholesterol readings also worsened as a result. ... (1 replies)
... Lenin, Thanks for the info. The study I was referring to is Medline #12499611... "The Japan Lipid Intervention Trial was a 6-year, nationwide cohort study of 47,294 patients treated with open-labeled simvastatin (5-10 mg/day) and monitored by physicians under standard clinical conditions." I can't seem to get anything but the abstact on it. It did find that keeping... (8 replies)
... Alcohol can be a funny thing. I know for myself, that alcohol dramatically raises by triglycerides, and hence, my total-C. And I know this will not be true for everyone. Candy and sugar seems to have the same effect on me. Niaspin vs. Slo release niacin... I don't think they are the same. I am quite pleased with the Niaspan. And it's a natual solution too. Any niacin... (8 replies)
... t 9 hours when administered as a single oral dose for achieving a balanced lipid alteration in individuals at a time when the rate of serum lipids, lipoproteins, cholesterol and cholesterol precursor biosynthesis is believed to be at its highest. ... (22 replies)
... week period. Both groups had similar reductions in total cholesterol and triglycerides. ... (19 replies)
... em for someone of your age is that there is no end game with statins because they don't fix the problem. If you rely on them solely to artificially address your cholesterol abnormalities, then you are stuck with them for the rest of your life. ... (38 replies)
Re: 6.9mml/l ??
Dec 21, 2000
... produced by the liver from acetate, are fatty acids that are esterfied with cholesterol and are incorporated into phospholipids and then converted to lipoproteins by combining with apoproteins. These are excreted from the liver as chylomicrons. ... (3 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)
Sep 21, 2006
... PollyAnn this one's for you: Diabetes and hypercholesterolemia are major coronary risk factors, coronary risk of diabetics being increased as compared with non-diabetics. The main goal of dyslipidemia control in diabetics is to lower elevated low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (LDL-C) levels. Policosanol is a cholesterol-lowering drug purified from sugar cane wax, which... (24 replies)
... while increasing "HDL" particles. In fact, IR nicotinic acid has been well regarded as an effective drug in the treatment of high cholesterol since about the early 1960s. ... (33 replies)
... Thanks Jacqueline, It also seems that what SOME tests view as Lp(a), others (presumably the VAP) see a grouping of things like Lp (A1), Lp(A2), and Lp (A1+B) ...confusing and DISTINCTLY unamusing:D:D! So therefore your test probably was measuring only a fraction of what mine were. Here's a study indicating that Lp(a) is quite dangerous ...of course people undergoing... (10 replies)

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