Thanks for the query to ATD for an opinion,
It is important that you should have mentioned the normal range as well in the query as different labs have different ranges and also not mentioned are the units of the values. They are usually quantified in mg/dl, so i would like to know the exact units and also the normal range offered by your lab.
If you consider that these two values are high as per your lab, then you are case of dyslipidemia and what would be important would be levels of HDL and VLDL which can actually predict the risk in future of developing any cardiac ailment. Also please mention your age and present weight and height to calculate your BMI which is an important predictor in a case of dyslipidemia.
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