cheese before the test (prob. should have fasted). TotalCholesterol: 249, HDL: 64, TC/HDL: 3.9, LDL: 141, Triglycerides: 221. I m 5 5 at 170. Do I really need medication? I m active and eat a very healthy diet . ...
hi i am 27 years of age and have done my lipid profile a week back wherein the results are folows:Totalcholesterol: 252 mg/dl, triglycerides 139 mg/dl, hdl cholesterol: 48mg/dl, ldl cholesterol: 63 mg ...
Bronchiectasis..Have family history of diabetes and high bood pressure..Just got this result from the lab. TotalCholesterol Result = H 262.60 mg/dl Wonder what it means ,and what diet is best? Thanks. ...
result,, fasting, 163. LDL 106, HDL 35. How is it known if the Provacol contributes to the 163 total chol ... if it would be much higher if Provacho l was decreased ?? Obviously by trying it ? also while the total ...
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Low cholesterolmean less level of LDL. Lower cholesterol is usually better, but in rare cases having a low level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or "bad") cholesterol or a low totalcholesterol level could increase your risk of some health problems like depression, cancer, low birth weight of child in pregnancy.
my Father's cholesterol levels are high
totalcholesterol> 290 mg/dl,triglyceride> 266,hdl cholesterol> 61, ldl cholesterol> 175, vldl cholesterol> 53.2.
Thanks for your query. Levels of all components of Lipids are high. Get his Thyroid check done. He needs to take Statin group of drugs to bring down cholesterol levels. Low fat diet, regular exercises + Statins will lower cholesterols.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
my husband has 217 totalcholesterol and 63 triglyceride count. can you pls tell me what should be the precaution that he need to take,,also does he need medctn
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LDL bad cholesterol – lower, the better / 100 is ideal; in ischemia, 70 should be the aim.
Need Life style changes - weight to normal / No tobacco or alcohol / Diet and exercise
Repeat the test in 6 weeks… if still high, you need drugs (manufactured in the liver, determined by heredity.) Statin is the first choice.