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High Risk for CAD
Hello doc I'm 25 (male). I consider myself fairly active person who goes to gym and I eat normal food. I just did a thyrocare arogyam test that covers lot of blood test reports and some of the tests show that I'm at a super high risk of CAD. Can you please help me understand if I need to visit a cardiologist for this? Here are the values: hs-CRP - >9.95 mg/L Total Cholesterol - 216 mg/dl HDL - 37 mg/dl LDL - 151 mg/dl TC/HDL - 5.8 LDL/HDL - 4.1 Non HDL Cholesterol - 179 Lipoprotein (A) - 62.2 mg/dl Thanks. Your guidance will help me take a right direction here.
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Yes u have to ...And start strict diet and exercise
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Dnt neglect the reports
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