Just surprised. Don't know what it means if anything.jimmylegs wrote:i don't know anything about fluctuations in testosterone - what could it mean?
Cholesterol is probably low because I am on Lipitor, and it wasnt high before i started. My doctor loves my readings, personally I am not so sure. As for the inosine, I have been doing it virtually since my diagnosis of MS. My first blood test came back with low uric acid readings; so 2-3 years.jimmylegs wrote:your cholesterol numbers - you're not veggie are you, with such good uric acid numbers? how long have you been taking the inosine?
Lipitor causes all sorts of liver issues.jimmylegs wrote:liver enzymes: do you know why the ALT is down ad the AST is up for the last set?
Did the conversion once, but dont remember it now. I hope to push the upper range of normal, and wouldn't b e too upset if I exceeded it slightly. Have you been trying to get inosine? i get mine from iHerb, and before that I used to get a powder from body building supplies.jimmylegs wrote:so uric acid... i know i've done this reckoning before but umol converts to mmol as x1000 right? 10^-9 to 10^-6? so if you have 0.38umol/L, that's 380mmol/L ... which from what i've seen is dandy! i still haven't gotten my hands on any inosine and have yet to crack 200, let alone my uric acid grail of 290
And hence the million dollar industry that they were / are. Mine was pretty low to start with, so no shock its really low now. I remember when I first started on them, my first blood test showed very little to no effect on my cholesterol. My doctor was very disappointed.jimmylegs wrote:wow i didn't know lipitor worked that strongly on cholesterol.
Just realised I didn't really answer your question. I'm not a veggie, however I am FAR from a a being called a carnivore.jimmylegs wrote:your cholesterol numbers - you're not veggie are you, with such good uric acid numbers?
jimmylegs wrote:so uric acid... i know i've done this reckoning before but umol converts to mmol as x1000 right? 10^-9 to 10^-6? so if you have 0.38umol/L, that's 380mmol/L
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