Lisinopril and Carvedilol are blood pressure medications (lisinopril is an ACE inhibitor, Carvedilol is a beta blocker) and should not have any effect on your lipid profile. Both are important medications for those who have suffered a heart attack and undergone stenting. In addition to these medications, you should be on some sort of lipid medication (a "statin" such as atorvastatin, pravastatin, rosuvasatin, lovastatin, etc). This class of medication will help lower your LDL (goal would be 60). Also, when checking your lipid profile, this should be done following at least a 8-10 hour fasting period.
thanks you.. Yes, have been on 5 mg lipitor this entire time. And have been fasting before each blood test. So it seems the rise in TG and drop in HDL is a mystery. As mentioned the only changes were the med change about 6 weeks ago..diet has stayed the same
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