I think these are reversed???
Yes, the second column contains my most recent values. The third column contains the values from last year. Not sure how to make a proper table.
Are you taking the Ethyl ester or triglyceride form?
EE form needs conversion to TG form
Maybe this is a problem for you?
The Sports Research Omega 3 Fish Oil I am taking is the TG form.
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids as TG 1,040 mg
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA as TG) 690 mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA as TG) 260 mg
Other Omega-3 Fatty Acids 90 mg
Total 1250 mg and I take the pills two times a day.
I also don't believe the reported Lp(a) is measured because Lp(a) is a form of LDL and would be part of your total cholesterol.
Yes, it is part of my total cholesterol. The Lp(a) value should/is measured in nmol/l and not mg/dl. It was a separate test from the lipoprint but on the same result report, just like the oxLDL and hsCRP value. The lipoprint tells me that I have small dense LDL particles which is not good where Lp(a) mostly binds to (LDL 4-7 subclasses in the lipoprint result).
This small dense LDL particles could explain the high hsCRP and oxLDL value but what is cause and what is result.
My doctor warned me by refusing the PCKS9 injections he would be upset to see me in the ICU in a few years. That's why the high hsCRP value but not the cholesterol worries me. What is causing it? If my values worsen as they did, something in my body is needing a lot of repair and therefore cholesterol/Lp(a) creation. As vitamin C already gives me a watery stool, Lp(a) increasing, I will increase Vitamin C by taking additional liposomal vit C.
The corona virus restrictions here, bad air/problems with lungs and in result less exercise did not do any good to my insulin sensitivity.