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... This dr. is new to me, only been going to her for about 6 months, she seems ok, guess I have to get to know her a bit better. One thing I loved about my old dr. of 32 yrs. who retired, we could say anything to each other, sometimes we even got into arguements, but he was a peach and an excellent dr. ... (19 replies)
... Hubble, I think if we get into all the stuff they ask for in blood tesats, we all would go wacko. I'm just going to leave well enough alone, as long as they don't see anything nutty, I ain't looking either..... ... (19 replies)
... Well, I've taken a look at all my previous blood tests, and have found no mention of homocysteine or CRP until I had the most recent test. So, I guess that now they are finally beginning to look at these numbers. My CRP was 0. ... (19 replies)

... up all the LDL into the plaque... I guess they are now starting to measure the number in the blood plasma and are trying to figure out what is a 'normal' level. ... (19 replies)
... say, I just dropped the subject, but she did put the homocysteine on for the next test. Both hubby and I are due in late Jan. for tests, will have to see is any of this stuff is on his, as he is under a cardio drs. care also. ... (19 replies)
... Recently I had my new dr. send me copies of all my bloodwork, as she had alot done and I wanted to see exactly what was done. Most of it was the usual stuff, and of course the Lipid tests. ... (19 replies)
... JJ, there are some tests you just have to ASK for, they won't get done otherwise. ... (19 replies)
... Jerry, I really don't know the clinical reference values for what would be in range or desirable regarding the apolipoprotein levels. I did write someone a while back about what they are and how they comprise the various types of lipoproteins: http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=146279 ...and if you really want to find out a bunch about it, try... (4 replies)
... of the placebo group complained of muscle aches and pains... ... (26 replies)
... HDL is not just a denser form of LDL. HDL and LDL have different proteins attached which respond to different cell receptors. They serve very different functions. ... (19 replies)
... cholesterol more than other types of drugs. ... (44 replies)
... t. One place that she suggested have the magnesium test done is Intracellular Diagnostics. They explain it more there. The problem is that less than 1 percent of the total magnesium in the body is found in the blood. The rest is intracellular. ... (15 replies)
My results
May 12, 2005
... The beauty of NIACIN is it corrects almost all aspects of your lipid panel. ... (31 replies)
Hey pcovers
Nov 10, 2002
... so known as CoQ10, or ubiquinone. It is primarily found in the mitochondria, which are the cellular organelles that produce energy for the body. The nomenclature of ubiquinone comes from a combination of ubiquitous, meaning something that is found everywhere, and quinone 10. ... (10 replies)
... The following is taken from one of the Niaspan patents. This is a quote. ... (22 replies)
... There is NO ultrasound test with sufficient resolution to tell you ANYTHING about the condition of your coronary arteries. ... (15 replies)
... weight train 3 days a week, and do about 45 minutes of stretching every day. ... (4 replies)
... nilly just because they have elevated cholesterol levels. And doctors need to do a better job of warning people about and monitoring the side effects if a person does decide to use the drug. ... (11 replies)
... There are a couple of other things that you will probably want to investigate since you really didn't explain what type of liver problems you are having. You should have yourself screened for all forms of hepatitis, especially hep C. ... (4 replies)
... The dosing regimen of IR nicotinic acid is known to provide a very beneficial effect on blood lipids as discussed in Knopp et al. ... (33 replies)




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