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Where this point is for cholesterol levels is unknown, but certainly if one is at the lower extreme, one is subject to cholesterol metabolism disorders just as much as one who is at the higher extremes.

This causes me some concern since my total cholesterol level is 110. What are some of the cholesterol metabolism disorders that I should be on the lookout for? Any ideas on how to push up the cholesterol level without giving up giving up the statins? I'm currently taking 20 mg of lipitor. Would it help to reduce it to 10?
Thanks in advance.
Ted
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