"I am a 41 year male who exercises regularly. I had a routine UA and it resulted in a finding of 2 to 4 RBCs. The specific gravity was 1.033 which was above the upper limit of 1.030. However, this was morning urine and my urine through..."
"My father’s A1C is 6.0 on his last test blood test. This seems to be a pretty good value. However, his serum glucose during the day is not so great.
My understanding is that every time your sugar spikes, your hemoglobin becomes gly..."
I am in BIG prevention mode with lipids.After a trial of statins I had good results.Then RX Fish oil was added...even better results.My lipids were not that bad but with a family history of hyperlidiemia,a mother and brother(both died of CAD) and a nephew with it and unsuccessful treatment of LDL, my family doctor did the extended Lipid profile testing. It showed my LP(a) at 98-upper range <30.I was started on Niacin and that's where I saw a change;HDL 85, LDL 30.LP(a) is genetic,no diet,exercise affects it so I'm happy that I'm treated and so is my nephew.They didn't know this for my brother or Mom.Just my story.
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