Tuesday, November 20, 2007

At My Age

Well, after trying for several years to lower my cholesterol level to a more acceptable number, my Doctor and I finally came to the conclusion that I can't do it consistently without going on medication. Hello, my name is Kelsi and I am now an official member of the crestor family.

Why do all the cholesterol medications end in -OR-?

Anyway, despite my best efforts at eating a diet low in fat and exercising regularly, my numbers prefer camping out in the 240 range and my Doctor said that AT MY AGE I need to go on medication to bring the numbers down.

At my age, you can't be too careful.


Anonymous said...

At your age?!
What the heck did he mean by that? LOL...

twintales said...

Y'know, because I'm so YOUNG to have this problem (Ha!).

He doesn't want me to have a heart attack at 45 and have to answer to Tom.

When I told Tom, he suggested we increase my life insurance policy.

Just kidding.