cholesterol comparison

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Please see below table i was comparing my cholestrol level in OCt 2016 and Mar 2017. Was happy that TG  level reduced but.LDL is increased to 136. IS tryglyceroid converted in to LDL??I was doing excercise and Diet control to reduce the Trglycroid since 3 months . I am wooried about LDL now.the unit is mg/dl

                      OCT 2016                       MAR 2017

HDL                30.9                                  42                                      

LDL                 94                                   136

Trygle             396                                   142

Total                206                                   223

 

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    Dont have to worry about LDL because it is still within normal limits and your HDL incresead to a good level too. 
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    Thank you very much

          But my blood report says LDL range is below 100 .

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      LDL should be less than 130mg/dL. 

      Your at 136; is almost just above the high- normal range. 

      LDL is a form of cholesterol that is not considered a good one, however relying on this component alone is misleading. 

      The ratio of Triglyceride to HDL (>4) is a good indicator of coronary artery disease risk. 

      This ratio in your case for Oct 2016 was 12.81 (very high risk). 

      Now, March 2017, it is 3.38. 

      I would say you had a great transformation. did you work out a lot and changed your diet at the same time? Let us know.

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    This is your second post on same discussion.

    Your Triglyceride/HDL ratio is less than 4 now compated to above 10 in Oct 2016, Everything is good now. 

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