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Response Of Serum 17 Hydroxypregnenolone Response Serum
Variable: 17-hydroxypregnenolone children* males premature (26-28 weeks): 1, 219-9, 799 ng/dl premature (29-36 weeks): 346-8, 911 ng/dl full term (1-5 months): 229-3, 104 ng/dl 6 months-364 days: 221-1, 981 ng/dl 1-2 years: 35-712 ng/dl 3-6 years: <277 ng/dl 7-9 years: <188 ng/dl 10-12 years: <393 ng/dl 13-15 years: 35-465 ng/dl 16-17 years: 32-478 ng/dl adults males > or =18 years: 55-455 ng/dl. ...Read more
Serum cholestrol =195 hdl=45. LDL =133. Vldl=17. S triglycerides =85. Please give me suggestion to improve the result?
Statin drugs: Hi. About all you can do is healthy diet & regular exercise and use a statin drug. LDL does not respond well to diet, but if you consume high saturated fats, that will help a little. Your main target for lowering risk would be lowering your LDL. Your trig. are good. Nice to have higher HDL, and regular exercise may boost that a little. ...Read more
Yes: Both results are in the normal range. Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco or alcohol in any form. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low hemoglobin 9.7, hematocrit 30.7, mch24.9, platelets 419, uibc 390, iron , serum 17 iron saturation 4% what does this mean?
Iron deficiency : One with the above numbers has iron deficiency anemia. C doc, who'll ask questions in order to narrow down causes, then probably refer you for endoscopy, colonoscopy, +/-ct abd/pelvis, or +/- gyn, or +/- heme/onc depending on symptoms/ clinical findings, and most suspected cause for blood loss. This does not require emergency room visit, unless one is having acute blood loss(ex.Lo bp, black stool). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Haven't felt well. Calcium serum (10.5), ANC (14), WBC (17.1) all grad up over 6 mos. Vitamin d fell again (10). Pc = wait & retest 6 weeks. Thoughts?
Further analysis: Hi! that's a pretty high WBC count and you should have some further testing to determine if you have an infection or a blood disorder. The vit d is certainly low, and the calcium is borderline high. I would want to see some additional tests such as phosphorus level, parathyroid hormone, thyroid hormone, urinalysis, cortisol, and a manual differential on the WBC to see if any abnormal white cell. ...Read more
Hgb 11.0, MCV 77.6, MCH 23.8, mchc 30.6, RDW 17.9, ferritin level 17.2, folate 5.03, iron serum 42, tibc 441, iron saturation 10. What does this mean?
Any symptoms?: Why did your doc order those tests? Are you feeling tired? Do you have really heavy periods? The hemoglobin is a little low, but not severely low. You are a little iron deficient. You may benefit from taking iron and a stool softener if you don't get enough in your diet. But talk to your doc who ordered the tests, they may have more info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
12 mo old. Chronic low CO2 (18), high serum anion gap (17-18), high urine anion gap (57), high BUN (17), normal creatinine, normal K (5). Cause?
Urine amylase slight elevated (0-17) 25, regular serum amylase. Normal mrcp, CT scan, ultrasound. Any reason why urine elevated and not serum?
Does high severity in ra, 17 joints inflamd high serum rf and ccp, no remission and chronic anemia despite high therapy, lead to morbidity n mortality?
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