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Is there an eating plan I can follow?

Discussion in 'Low Calorie Diets' started by Nodemus, Mar 27, 2022.

  1. Nodemus

    Nodemus · Active Member

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    Ok so back in 2019 I was admitted to hospital with acute pancreatitis and trigs of 74mmol/L put straight on meds then later on in 2019 my triglycerides on the meds went down to 8.7 mmol then in they went up 28.1mmol. With exercise and low cal I got my trigs down to 1.7 went to A&E pain in pancreas and my numbers came back as 30.1mmol/L I have the letters with 75mmol/l and the doctor sending a request for me to see a biochemist maybe I need another full lipid count and see my consultant as I have pain in my pancreas suffering again.
     

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    Nodemus · Active Member

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    Also I posted some stuff about my triglycerides. Got a doctors appointment today they are referring me to hospital, a specialist and have to go for bloods so I will know what’s going on.
     
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    HSSS Type 2 · Expert

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    Let’s hope they get to the bottom of it soon for you.
     
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