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Low HDL, blockage in veins.Have angioplasty & stents in arteries. How to prevent vein blockage?

i have been gone through angioplasty 2 times and total 4 stents has been placed in my 3 arteries in a span of 5 years. my lipid profiles are under controll and my LDL is also under controll but my HDL is bit low, I take regular medicines and but even though blockages are hapeining in the vains. so what should be done to prevent reblockages in the vains.
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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its not only cholesterol which cause blockage
you need to take medicine regularly
required good control of diabetes if you have diabetes
good control of blood pressure
quit tobacco use in any form if you are taking

for low HDL
quit tobacco use in any form
moderation of alcohol intake
eat lots of wallnut , almond ,sea fish like salmon , tuna , sardish
regular walikng will help you in increase in your HDL level
take care
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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