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I am 20 years old and have been detected with high cholesterol a month ago my reports are = triglycerides 121 ldl - 141 hdl- 51 vldl - 24 tc/hdlc ratio - 4.29 ldlc/hdlc ratio - 2.81. CBC hemoglobin 15.6 HB% 107.64 PCV 45.2 RBC 5.05 MCV 89.50 MCH MCHC RDW Total leukocytes count 7000 neutrophils 4550 lymphocytes 2240 eosinophils 70 Monocytes 140 Basophils 0 And after 1 month my reports= triglycerides 96 ldl - 53 hdl- 43 vldl - 19 tc/hdlc ratio - 2.70 ldlc/hdlc ratio - 1.25 CBC CBC hemoglobin 13.7 HB%. 94.53 PCV 42.4 RBC 4.8 MCV 87.97 MCH 28.42 MCHC 32.31 RDW 12 Total leukocytes count 7200 neutrophils 4530 lymphocytes 2370 eosinophils 0 Monocytes 288 Basophils 0 please have your opinions and suggestion on my reports and is there any problem between cbc reports.

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Your lipid profile report is normal, I think you are taking medicine to lower your lipids. If you are doing so, then stop medicine for 1 month & recheck your lipid profile, if the report remains same, then consult a cardiologist to fix up the dose. Your cbc reports are w. N. L.
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