I am a 36 year old male with borderline cholesterol. Total cholesterol 200 and triglyceride 200 to 350 mg/dL. I had TMT test and heart echo last year, which were normal. This year, I checked homocysteine, troponin-I and myoglobulin, which were also found to be normal. My three months old ECG also normal. My BP is 120/85 mmHg. I do not have any bad habits. Sometime, I will drink 30 mL alcohol and that is maybe once or twice a year. My blood sugar is 90 to 95. I want you to suggest some additional blood test, which can give alert for any tumor or blockage and indication for brain stroke or heart attack. How to lower my triglyceride and total cholesterol? I have tried all the conventional methods. Kindly advice.
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I have seen all your reports in detail (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
CBC (complete blood count), KFT (kidney function test), LFT (liver function test), TMT, 2D echocardiogram yearly and lipid profile every third month.Treatment plan:
1. Tablet Atorlip F 10/160 mg.
2. Exercise for 45 minutes every day.
3. Follow lifestyle modification, yoga or swimming, low fat diet using three types of oil for cooking by altering them every month.
Revert back after three months to a cardiologist online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/cardiologist
Thank you doctor,
Please advise if any immediate threat. Is there anything to be done immediately?
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Revert back with the reports to a cardiologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/cardiologist
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