Hi Sonny Ortaliza:
Here is a link that discusses Cholesterol
HDL needs to be greater than 40mg/dL and ideally should be greater than 60mg/dL. I recommend evaluating your diet and lifestyle to see if there are steps you can take to boost HDL back up. Check out this article:
An HDL level that is too low is an independent risk factor for heart disease. Discuss your treatment options with your MD to determine what is best for your situation.
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