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Suffering from headache. Lipid profile test done. Prescribed atorvastatin calcium. Cause of worry?

Hi Doc, I am from a small village. Yesterday I went to Doctor (MBBS) with a complaint of headache (3days). He asked me to go for Lipid-Profile. My Lipid Profile readings are :- S. Cholesterol- 235. HDL Cholesterol- 58. LDL Cholesterol- 122. S.Triglyceride- 240. He prescribed Atorvastatin Calcium - 10mg (OD). Am I ok?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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as per the details u have given , your head aches are not related to lipid levels...but any way as per the lipid profile report all are normal except tri-glyceride levels .
to comment on the treatment i require ur AGE? u didnt mention ur age , why becoz if you are young and able to exercise and control ur diet ..there is no need to take any medicine for cholesterol for ur lipid profile.

but atorvostatin and calcium doesnt releive ur headaches , u need to take simple pain killers like PARACETAMOL 650MG
Hope this will help u
Answered: Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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