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  1. ... levels of triglycerides may increase the risk of heart disease, especially in women. VLDL levels. Very low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) is ...
  2. ... starts in early childhood. An increased risk of heart disease , stroke , high blood pressure , and blood clots In addition, women with MTHFR mutations have a higher risk of ...
  3. ... levels may be a sign of: Lung disease Heart ... medications, a women's menstrual cycle, and other considerations can affect the ...
  4. ... are located above the kidneys and help control heart rate, blood pressure, and other bodily ... For women: High T levels may indicate a condition called ...
  5. ... pressure Age. Men 45 years or older and women 50 years or older are at a ... will take a blood sample from a vein in your arm, using a small needle. After the ...
  6. ... are located above the kidneys and help control heart rate, blood pressure, and other bodily ... a condition in which your body makes too much thyroid hormone ...
  7. ... Secondary aldosteronism. This happens when a medical condition in another part of the ... affects pregnant women Barter syndrome, a rare birth defect that affects ...
  8. ... as part of routine newborn screening . Screen for heart disease in people at high risk for heart attack or ... prior heart problems or a family history of heart disease. Excess levels of homocysteine can build up in the arteries, which may increase your risk of ...
  9. ... the production of breast milk in men and in women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding . In women, too much prolactin can also cause menstrual problems ...
  10. ... an important role in sexual development and functioning. In women, FSH helps control the menstrual cycle and stimulates ... growth of eggs in the ovaries. FSH levels in women change throughout the menstrual cycle, with the highest ...
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