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Cholesterol and irregular heart rhythms
I have had chest pain for the last 2 years.. after that I consulted from cardiologist doctors and now the chest pains had relief but still there are irregular heart rhythms... I take solopose beta 0.5 and pari 12.5 , nucoxia mr, sompraz d-40 from last 1.5 years with proper medication ..and i recently did my lipid profile test which shows.. Total Cholesterol (140.7) , Triglycerides ( 210.9) , HDL (50.3), VLDL (42.8), LDL (48.22) , Total Cholesterol/ HDL ratio (2.8), LDL /HDL cholesterol Ratio (1.0)..is there any dangerous situation for me .. And why is my heart rate always above 110 bpm . My 3D  echo and ECG is also normal every time.. cardiologist says there are no symptoms of cardiac .. but my mind is always in fear of why my heart rate is high when everything is ok...And after the cholesterol report..i am again in fear of why my triglycerides and VLDL is high .. even when i never smoke and drink.. Please any one help me on this and calm down my fear .Please tell me if I am ok or not.
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First thing you are having sinus tachycardia that may be due to anxiety it's benign no need worry,second your triglycerides levels almost normal just above the cutoff no need of any medication for cholesterol just relax do regular walking and yoga if thyroid profile not done previously get it done once
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