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Your doctor may tell you to stop taking certain medicines before the test. You should talk to your doctor about the medications you’re taking.

Medications that can affect the test are numerous. They include:

How is the triglyceride level test performed?

The test uses a blood sample that a laboratory will analyze. A healthcare provider will draw blood from a vein in the front of your elbow or the back of your hand. They’ll follow these steps to get the blood sample:

A portable machine can also perform this test. The machine collects a very small sample of blood from a finger stick and analyzes your triglycerides as part of a lipid panel. You can often find this type of test at mobile clinics or health fairs.

In addition, you can buy a portable machine to monitor your triglycerides at home. Another way to monitor your triglycerides at home is to mail a sample of blood to a laboratory using a prepared kit. You should talk to your doctor to see if either of these at-home tests is a good option for you.

What are the risks associated with the triglyceride level test?

You may feel moderate pain or discomfort from the blood test. However, there are a few risks associated with giving a blood sample. They include:

What do the results mean?

The following are the basic categories of results for triglyceride levels:

Hypertriglyceridemia is the medical term for elevated triglycerides in the blood.

Fasting levels normally vary from day to day. Triglycerides vary dramatically when you eat a meal and can be 5 to 10 times higher than fasting levels.

You have a risk of developing pancreatitis if your fasting triglyceride levels are above 1,000 mg/dL. If your triglyceride levels are above 1,000 mg/dL, you should start immediate treatment to lower triglycerides.

If your triglyceride levels are high, your cholesterol may also be high. This condition is known as hyperlipidemia.

There are many reasons why your triglyceride level may be high. Some of them are due to lifestyle habits that increase triglyceride levels. These include:

There are also medical conditions that can cause high triglyceride levels, including:

A low triglyceride level may be due to:

Other medical conditions that the triglyceride level test can detect include:

Pregnancy can interfere with these test results.

Results mean different things for children. You should talk to your child’s doctor about the test results to understand what the results mean and the appropriate course of action.

How can I control my triglyceride levels?

Studies show that carbohydrates play an important role in controlling triglyceride level. Diets high in carbohydrates, especially sugar, can increase triglycerides.

Exercise can also lower triglycerides and increase HDL cholesterol. Even if you don’t lose weight, exercise can help control your triglyceride level.

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Dancer Angelina Rosa has joined a lawsuit against the Houston Texans On Friday, she revealed how she was 'body shamed' when she worked for them Angelina is no longer part of the cheerleading squad but she was in 2017 She says she was constantly 'body shamed' and warned she would be fired The dancer recalled one incident where the coach duct taped her skin to hold it in place before she went on the field Six former cheerleaders are now suing the Texans for improper treatment They say they were underpaid at $7.25 an hour and did not get given meals The Texans say there was nothing wrong with the way they were treated

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Published: 16:36 EDT, 22 June 2018 | Updated: 20:15 EDT, 22 June 2018


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A former Houston Texans cheerleader claims she was duct taped into her uniform and told on multiple occasions that she was 'skinny fat'.

Angelina Rosa is the sixth dancer to sue the football team for unfair treatment.

On Friday, she spoke at a press conference in New York City flanked by her star attorney Gloria Allred where she described being 'body shamed' by her female coach for not being toned despite being thin.

'On numerous occasions I was belittled and body shamed. I was described and called out with the term "skinny fat".

'The coachexplained I looked 'skinny fat' and I needed to work on this if I wanted to continue dancing,' she said through tears.

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Angelina Rosa (center) appeared at a press conference outside the Houston Texans HQ in New York City on Friday with her attorney Gloria Allred and fellow former cheerleader Hannah Turnbow (left)

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She then told how before a game last year, the female coach held her back as the rest of the cheerleaders ran out onto the field.

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