and had a urinalysis which showed Mod A blood in his urine. the doctor wants him to see urologist ... Crestor for highcholesterol and Allupurinol for Uric acid . He was taking 800 mg of ibuprofin last month ...
cholesterol .he is on allupurinol and provastatin. his recent bloodwork shows his blood createnine, BUN and gfr are normal but urine microalbumine is 97. and the createnine/microalb ration is 46. what might ...
to know what makes cholestrol rise above high risk in analysis of serum total serum cholesterol is 235 mg ...I want to know the result of urine analysis is indication of what ?! quantity:random sample aspect ...
Hi, I am Bhanuprakash, 37 yrs old, I diagnosed with highcholesterol. I am on complete stict diet since 15months. Still my cholesterol levels are too high. In our family, nobody had this cholesterol ...
My mother cholesterol level and blood pressure both are very high , her s.cholesterol is 290 ,S ... high though maximum reports are normal and what is the root cause of highcholesterol level.thanks ...
Thanks for writing your query.
You should avoid oily foods.
Foods which may be helpful are foods rich in fibres, Vitamin C, Omega-3 fatty acids.
Almonds, walnuts, olive oil, legumes, fat free yoghurt, proactive margarine, soybeans, cabbage, broccoli, spinach all help to reduce the level of harmful lipids.
A regular exercise is also very beneficial.
I hope this is helpful to you.
What's a good breakfast for a person who has highcholesterol ?
A low fat diet with no cholesterol and preferably trans-fats--a breakfast with an oatmeal, low fat milk and some fruit would be ideal. Alternatively, brown bread, soya milk and some dry fruits would also do. Apricots are a good dry fruit choice as there is very little fat. The essential aim should be to improve the good cholesterol. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
Can you advise me good herbal medicine for high colostrol and diabetese. I have been taking alopsthiv medicine but all give me side effects
For highcholesterol, unless genetic, controlling food habits and lifestyle is the best alternative.