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Elevated Triglycerides levels
Having elevated Triglycerides levels 218 ( less then 200 normal range ) with normal levels of sr cholesterol..Do i need to consult and take medication for this ??Having history of palpitations and anxiety from few days too.
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Pl do lifestyle modification first,less fat food,do physical exercise
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It is a high value... detrimental to health and particularly heart. We should do work up for the cause Take a Physician consultation
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Low fat diet long and large muscle exercise more fruit and vegetables
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can take my consultation at Practo
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Get ecg,echo Take liponorm 10mg tab dailyone Avoid oily and fried items, regular walk and exercise Consult online
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Need more details about your condition, kindly go for a consultation
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