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How Can Elevated Cholesterol Levels And BP Be Treated?

My name is Prem Kumar 38 years old
My
Total cholesterol. - 212
Triglyceride serum - 295
HDL cholesterol direct - 54
LDL cholesterol - 99
VLDL cholesterol - 59
NON HDL cholesterol - 158
Total HDL cholesterol ratio -3.9
Some time my BP get 100/160
So What should be do
Tue, 9 Oct 2018
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Hi,

Your blood lipid profile is normal, so it does not indicate dyslipidemia and thus there is no need for any treatment or diet.

Regarding these blood pressure spikes, you should know that they could be related to anxiety, caffeine intake or physical activity.

But if these blood pressure values become persistent, I would recommend performing some further tests to investigate for possible metabolic causes underlying high blood pressure and also start antihypertensive therapy.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Ilir Sharka,
Cardiologist
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How Can Elevated Cholesterol Levels And BP Be Treated?

Hi, Your blood lipid profile is normal, so it does not indicate dyslipidemia and thus there is no need for any treatment or diet. Regarding these blood pressure spikes, you should know that they could be related to anxiety, caffeine intake or physical activity. But if these blood pressure values become persistent, I would recommend performing some further tests to investigate for possible metabolic causes underlying high blood pressure and also start antihypertensive therapy. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Ilir Sharka, Cardiologist