My doctor has advised taking Adava stat F tablet to reduce cholesterol. I have type 2 diabetes and my cholesterol 175.6, triglycerides 297, and HDL 24.5. So, do I need to take this and how long I need to take? The doctor said only three months or lifelong.
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We can say you have mix dyslipidemia with your results. This means you have a lipid disorder but at this point, you do not need medication. Medication for an increase in triglycerides should be taken when greater than 450 to 600 mg/dL or cholesterol LDL is greater than 130 and you have increased cardiovascular risk (which is not your case). DM (diabetes mellitus) 2 increases your heart risk so it is important you meet your goals of control.
Treatment at this point includes exercise 30 min/day for five days per week with a low carbohydrate diet (150 to 200 g of carbohydrate per day). Follow up with new laboratory test (including HbA1c, fasting glucose, and new lipid profile). The other thing to consider is to check your blood pressure sporadically since this can also increase your cardiovascular risk.
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