What are the risks of having low blood cholesterol level?
Low density lipoprotein sometimes known as bad cholesterol is linked to various heart diseases espcially strokes and heart attacks.
You will require medicines if you have already had a heart attack or stroke or have peripheral arterial disease. Your LDL cholesterol level is 190 mg/dL or higher. You are 40-75 years old and have diabetes and an LDL cholesterol level of 70 mg/dL or higher.
Many different factors can contribute to high blood cholesterol, including lifestyle factors like smoking, an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise, as well as having an underlying condition, such as high blood pressure or diabetes.