You have lovely high HDL and low tri's. Low tri's means your LDL is most likely fluffy and not dangerous at all. The best predictor for heart disease is tri's/HDL, with under 2 being ideal; yours is 1.07 which is excellent.
Here's a rundown of your test (I left out cholesterol), with added values (I made reasonable assumptions for these) and the common upper to lower limits:
Albumin 43 U/L (35-48 to 55)
Alkaline Phospate 45 IU/L (20-150)
Calcium 2.26 mmol/L (2.2-2.6)
Phospate 1.06 mmol/L (.8-1.5)
Cortisol 276 nmol/L (80-700, varies
depending on when blood was taken)
Fasting glucose 5.3 (3.9-5.5)
Triglycerides 1.07 mmol/L (<1.70)
AST 23 IU/L (8-40 in males)
Bilirubin (keep?) 15 micromoles/L
GGT 11 IU (15-18 in males)
LDH 364 IU (50-150)
Testosterone 30.1 nmol/L (9-38 in
Free T4 18.1 pmol/L (9 to 12-18 to
TSH 2.4 mIU/L (.5-4.5 to 5)
Most of your values look fine. Fasting blood glucose seems a bit high (it's about 90 in mg/dl). I'd look into that. And if I used the correct values (which I think I did, but who knows) GGT seems low and LDH seems fairly high. I really don't know much about them, but I'll look into what that could mean. And I'll echo the other answers that cholesterol is probably fine.
Please don't start me OFF about DOCTORS! I can say a lot but what is the point guys? your only gona piss yourself off & any blood test you take next will be elavated LEVELS due to the STRESS u caused your body!
Cholesterol levels are usually in mg/dL. Yours are certainly in mmol/L. Converted in mg/dL, your results are:
Total cholesterol: 249.80
These results show that your total cholesterol is high (less than 200 is ideal) and your LDL is borderline high (less than 100 is desirable). Your HDL is very good (over 70 is ideal). I will advise you to follow a low cholesterol diet to improve your levels. Check this to learn more.