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Is there any relation between indigestion and increasing cholesterol levels ?

My Total Cholestrol has increased from 195 to 255 in 11 months even after 5 Kms of brisk walking almost every day I have sever Gastric , indigestion , constipation & Acidity trouble.Is there any co-relation of increae in.Cholestrol levels & the Indigestion trouble? Bad cholestrol has increased from 119 to 185.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Mar 2011
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You have not mentioned your height and weight. Kindly mention it next time. May be you are overweight and your fatty food intake has not decreased, that is, may be you are not dieting in spite of walking regularly. You will have to reduce your calorie intake, don't forget that the sugary foods will be converted to fat for storage in the body. Exercise regularly and drink plenty of water, this will reduce your Indigestion and acidity problem. For acidity, you can take Tab. Pantop 40mg once daily for 2 weeks, half hour before breakfast on empty stomach.
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