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21 Feb 18
My brother was just diagnosed with high Lpa levels, my father had his first heart attack aged 40 and he died aged 57 from a brain haemorrhage. My grandfather also died in his 40s from a brain haemorrhage. Were Lpa levels ever tested in reference to fasting? If so, what are the results?
Lpa levels do not change in response to normal food intake. Median fasting levels are 17.3mg/dL. The levels are only minimally increased with increasing levels of C-reactive protein (CRP)
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