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Lab results
Feb 18, 2008
... I am 6foot 4 265lbs male 29 years of age active walk run play ball this doc is and aggresive type of doc and says that needs to take agressive aproach on any young person withabnormal to him numberswich hdl is really low and he swears by the hdl a major contributor of chd and by ldl to lower it my ldl has gotten as high as 169with and hdl of 35which it sounds good but but... (6 replies)
... I read descriptions of metabolic syndrome, he does not meet it on several indicators. By the way, I obviously have it myself, because it turned out my good cholesterol was low too, and tryglicerides were somewhat elevated. ... (21 replies)
... have 4 kids, and could stand to lose 10 pounds!! ... (3 replies)

... I personally know of two people on lipitor who developed serious problems with anemia. These statins can effect every system in the body! More and more info is coming to the forefront how statins can cause poly neuropathy not just peripheral neuropathy! ... (44 replies)
... low. JMHO Seeing your mom passed at an early age from heart disease, U have a family history of heart problems. I'm also very sorry to hear U lost her at such a young age. ... (25 replies)
... cs. We still don't understand all there is to know to explain why some people develop heart disease, while others escape it. There are even plenty of people with cholesterol levels above 300 who live into their 80's or 90's and never develop any problems. ... (9 replies)
... You should always try diet and excercise for six months before drugs. The medical community recommends that first. ... (5 replies)
Statins use???
Jun 8, 2005
... re that it's impossible to keep track of them all. But I just don't blindly believe everything I hear, either. If I'm interested in something, I'll read up on it and do a little research on my own. Then I form my own opinion. ... (29 replies)
... Yes, there's a much closer correlation between inflammation and heart disease than there is with cholesterol levels and heart disease. Many people with seemingly normal cholesterol are having heart attacks and are found to have congested arteries. ... (11 replies)
High cholesterol
Jun 28, 2003
... up. The best advice that I can possibly give you is to make sure that you supplement with high doses of antioxidants, namely vitamins E and C. A good dose of vitamin E is 400 units or higher. Look for the natural vitamin E, not the synthetic form. ... (7 replies)
... lp with this question but what I don't understand is the reduction in his HDL. At first they said the HDL was 56 which is good but the second time his HDL was 30 and that is low. His HDL should be over 40. The 198 isn't bad but the triglycerides are high at 253 and they shouldn't be over 150. ... (3 replies)
... Females tend to have raised cholesterol levels commencing from the onset of the menopause. ... (6 replies)
... crazy our medical profession has become. They want to prescribe statins to diabetics regardless of cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)
... Ok, this is going to be a long question, any educated responses are greatly appreciated. This is a question concerning the overuse of medications, and maybe the reason of my chestpain. ... (1 replies)
... who ate vitamins and oils and was primarily a vegetarian since he left High School religously. Here he was 45 years old and just found out he had cancer around the eye that had "tentacles" embedded into his brain. Poor fellow. ... (45 replies)
... I think I posted a few months ago where I had read some drs. are giving statins to young kids. I know I have read a few articles on the web about it, and almost flipped out to see such young kids being given these drugs. Isn't it bad enough they are being drugged for being a lil hyper etc. etc. ... (8 replies)
... Funfun,First of all you are way too young to be on cholesterol meds im not sure what your doc was thinking your numbers are not that high. ... (9 replies)
Hey pcovers
Nov 10, 2002
... r 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)
... Yes, leaky gut syndrome can cause inflammation but having a high percentage of body fat can also cause inflammation. ... (11 replies)
... tory of heart disease, you need to get those numbers, especially the extremely low HDL, under control ASAP. Low HDL is a stronger predictor of heart attack than high LDL or total cholesterol. ... (10 replies)




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