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Dr. Louis Grenzer
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Increases risk: In men or women, a high cholesterol inceases the risk that you will develop vascular disease such as that which causes a heart attack.
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Dr. Clarence Wimberly
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High cholesterol: High chol. Is common in both women and men i would say yes to your question but do not know a study that has answered this. Both people can inherit t ... Read More
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Dr. Louise Andrew
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All fine: Not much evidence to support B6 or E for cholesterol lowering, but probably won't hurt you. Some people believe in Niacin (B3) but others don't.
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Dr. Bernard Seif
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ED ; heart: Ed may be an indicator of blood flow/cardiac issues. Your doc and examine you and find out. In that case it may be the symptom rather than the cause ... Read More
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Dr. Thomas Knecht
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Probably unrelated: Hi. It certainly is possible for arteriosclerotic vascular disease to cause ED. However, in a young man, other causes are probably more likely. Endocr ... Read More
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Yes: Hypothyroidism is associated with high cholesterol. It is imperative that you get medication to replace the missing thyroid hormone. It is a simple pi ... Read More
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Dr. John Szawaluk
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Not Likely: Lifestyle change with a low fat diet and exercise and medication if needed. No quick fix.
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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
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Lipids: The LDL lab test could vary that much by itself so a change of that little between two measurements doesn't mean much.
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Dr. John Szawaluk
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Depends: On how high it is, how motivated you are in terms of diet and exercise and whether or not medical therapy is also needed.
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Dr. Mark Gabelman
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200mg/day: The american heart association recommends less than 200 mg/day studies including a recent published study called predimed, suggested the mediterranea ... Read More
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