Lp(a) — low score is good news but not protective

I finally got a Lp(a) test. My results came in at <8.4 nmol/L. I wondered if that was protective in any way. Sadly no. But it’s good news.



Mine is 9. It’s very low. I read that a too low number could point to difficulty absorbing fat and vitamins.

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That’s interesting. I don’t mind so much about the fat absorption.

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Nah, it’s almost all hereditary. If you didn’t have trouble absorbing vitamins in the past there is no reason you would have trouble now.