Asked by PJ
What Does A Test Result Of Hdl 27, Ldl (Calc.) Trig>400 Mean?
Total Cholestterol is 199 Chol/HDL Ratio is 7.4 and LDL/HDL Ration is Trig>400
I have no idea what that means.
I agree with the advice above, but let me make one additional comment. The reason that you do not have a LDL number is likely because your triglyceride number is so elevated.
Almost always, your LDL is calculated in a complicated formula from the direct measurement of HDL, total cholesterol and triglycerides. When your triglycerides are so high, the calculation is thrown way off, and gives a falsely low number.
You'll definitely need to make an appointment with your doctor about ways to lower your triglycerides and improve your HDL.