I got my Lab Results back.
HDL: 1.04 mmol/L (Normal)
LDL: 4.09 mmol/L (High)
Triglycerides: 4.80 mmol/L (more than twice above normal level)
They can't even calculate total cholesterol due to high triglycerides.
ACR: 59.2 mg/mmol, Macroalbuminuria, making me high risk of further kidney damage.
If diagnosed, I will be at CKD, Stage 1, A3 (High Risk)
However, my doctor said not going to refer to the nephrologist yet. He gives me some Losartan (50mg, very low dose) for next three month. He wants to monitor the situation for six month, then make a decision on it.
He asked me about my diets in the past. I told him I drank more than two liters of coke per day, high salt, high sugar; basically every level of risk for diabetes and kidney disease, I got it. He wants me to change my diet while on BP medication.
I asked him whether this is CKD. He doesn't ruled it out, but won't press for a diagnose either. He said due to my age, and my kidney function, he wants me to change my diet, more exercises, and see whether things improve.
My spot BP is 140/95, a bit high.