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Can high cholesterol cause short breath

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with hypertension , high cholesterol . I take my medication as ordered but lately I have increase shortness of breath , increase girth in my abdomen and an on and off pulsating feeling in my lower abdomen, no pain. I ...

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& have high cholesterol .. I am constantly tired, often needing an hour at some point during the day ...for about 5 yrs now (shortly after my 4th (last) child was born).. my left middle finger swells ...

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can high cholesterol cause tachycardia? i am 26 years old female LDL 186 HDL 53 CAN THIS CAUSE TACHYCARDIA AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH? ...

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Was on Simvastatin (high cholesterol) and read in AARP that it is a statin and causes symptoms ... issues . What other meds can I take for high cholesterol that do NOT cause these side effects. Stopped ...

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In September I fainted while out in about in a store. Shortly after that, I came on my period ... cause to this until I can schedule a doctors appointment. I have also gained weight. ...

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the Yoga my postion was wrong when i was performing Yoga inheal and exceal (Breath out and breath ...

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Hello. I have a feeling whereby I can t catch my breath. It occurs always upon waking up ......negative. Vit D has been low in the past but not anymore. Recently cholesterol showed high, however, didn t fast ...

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? I am not sweating or have shortness of breath. I am not sick to my stomach either. But the pain ... like it s pounding and I ve been really tired. My bp isn t high, though I do have high cholesterol ...

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Hello I am asking for a friend He is 55 years of age smoker has high cholesterol family history of heart disiese weaken heart muscles and contested lungs shortness of breath chest discomfort jaw pain ...

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Female Age 64 Good health. Just had bloodwork all is good but cholesterol is high. Every afternoon I have shortness of breath as if I need to get a deep breath but it is a labored struggle ...

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I m 65 year old female with heart disease (high cholesterol) having been treated for 15 years ... either. Recently, I have experienced some shortness of breath, but am confused if it is related ...

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I have a cholesterol of 239 hdl of 30 ldl of 164 trig of 88. Was wondering if coffee creamer and eating fatty foods a few days before my test would make these negative results. I eat healthy most ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi you should go for complete lipid profile. High cholesterol is a risk factor for coronary heart disease. You should take treatment for that. Atorvastatin may help you. Consult your doctor and take treatment accordingly. Hope I have answered your question, if you have doubt then I will be happy to answer. Thanks for using health care magic. Wish you a very good health.

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Kindly post a detailed question with the latest reports. Regards

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Hi, Thanks for writing your query. You should avoid oily foods. Foods which may be helpful are foods rich in fibres, Vitamin C, Omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, walnuts, olive oil, legumes, fat free yoghurt, proactive margarine, soybeans, cabbage, broccoli, spinach all help to reduce the level of harmful lipids. A regular exercise is also very beneficial. I hope this is helpful to you. Thanks.