Your trigs can be calculated from the others, presuming that the LDL was calculated using the Friedewald equation: LDL = TC - HDL - Trig/5. This puts your trig at 0, which is nonsense. This means the LDL number is actually your non-HDL (TC - HDL). You need to call back to get the Trig and check the LDL.
Originally Posted by Boner
However, your HDL is superb. If your Trig is below 100, I wouldn't be concerned about TC or LDL
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