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First time testing for LP(a) and NMR(particle size)

Knight9

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Interested in thoughts here from people who know a little or a lot about this.

LP(a) 3 ( <75 )

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NMR:
LDL-P 1013 High <1000
Low-<1000
Moderate 1000-1299
Borderline 1300-1599
High 1600-2000
Very High >2000

LDL-C 91 (0-99)
Optimal <100
Above Optimal 100-129
Borderline 130-159
High 160-189
Very High >189

HDL-C 43 (>39)
Triglycerides 92 (0-149)
Cholesterol, Total 152 (100-199)
HDL-P (Total) 31.4 (>30.5)
Small LDL-P 412 (<527)
LDL Size 21.4 (>20.5) LARGE PATTERN A (20.6-23.0)

LP-IR Score 43 (<45)
 

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Ldl p are your very low density lipoproteins, known to be atherogenic. ldl c are your large buoyant lipoproteins, not typically associated with plaque formation.

Hdl c and p are your high density lipoproteins. The test for p measures some subspecies that do not show when only checking for hdl c.

Your test looks ok and your not insulin resistant.

This will help you make sense of your test V

https://ww5.allinahealth.org/ahs/allinalabs.nsf/page/ColorreportGraph.pdf/$FILE/ColorreportGraph.pdf
 
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LDL-P could be a little better but that Lp(a) is excellent.
 

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Very interesting. Thanks for posting. Im not familiar with these tests, although Im aware of these indicators being as important as the only two conventionally tested (LDL, HDL)
 

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Very interesting. Thanks for posting. Im not familiar with these tests, although Im aware of these indicators being as important as the only two conventionally tested (LDL, HDL)

They pretty much make the standard lipid panel completely useless. The VAP test was even better but it was discontinued.

Lp(a) is a key test that determines risk of heart attack. You want this LOW. Mine was 18 last year when I got it tested. It's pretty genetic but also can be lowered with a good lifestyle and supplements.
 

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Ldl p are your very low density lipoproteins, known to be atherogenic. ldl c are your large buoyant lipoproteins, not typically associated with plaque formation.

Hdl c and p are your high density lipoproteins. The test for p measures some subspecies that do not show when only checking for hdl c.

Your test looks ok and your not insulin resistant.

This will help you make sense of your test V

https://ww5.allinahealth.org/ahs/allinalabs.nsf/page/ColorreportGraph.pdf/$FILE/ColorreportGraph.pdf

LDL-P is your particle count, not an indication of particle size (by itself). LDL-C is
Your weight LDL per deciliter.
 

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