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17 Hydroxyprogesterone Lc Ms Ms
Tg=(thyroglobulin) had tg panel 16.0 results, a tg antibody <0.9, a tg by lc-ms/ms, s/p (n/a) ! result not dispersed in flowsheet. What does this mean?
While the: Normal range varies from lab to lab, your results are all normal. Why were they drawn in the first place. There are not as important as more conventional thyroid lab such as free T4 and tsh. Check w/your doctor. ...Read more
CAH: This is most commonly do to non-classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia or ncah. If 17-hydroxyprogesterone levels are just slightly above normal, the correlation may not be very clear cut. If 17 -hydroxyprogesterone level is elevated and pcos symptoms are present, ncah should be considered. ...Read more
My doc has prescribed me 17 hydroxyprogesterone, androsstenedione, 25 hydroxy d tests. Bt i think i hv cushings. Wil these indicate cortisol levels too?
No: Elevated 17 hydroxyprogesterone and androstenedione are indicative of certain forms of late onset congenital adrenal hyperplasia (cah) a condition that usually leads to mild cortisol deficiency. Cushing syndrome is cortisol excess. The two could share some signs but are quite different. Cushing syndrome is screened for with 24h urine free cortisol and overnight Dexamethasone suppression test. ...Read more
I'm having a 17-hydroxyprogesterone (17-OHP) lab to test for non-classical form of CAH. When is the best time during my menstrual cycle to have this?
A 17-OHP test can be: done any time in the menstrual cycle. You may need to fast for 8 hrs. before the test. Birth control pills, steroids & other meds alter results; tell your MD all prescription, OTC, herbal & illicit drugs you take. If your 17-OHP level is equivocal, your doctor may order an ACTH test & molecular genetic studies for CYP21 gene mutations on Chr. 6p21.33 for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
This is Ms. Abid from Pakistan. I am having a very serious problem about my sister. she is 17 years old. She is unmarried. For few days she ?
Sister 17: Sorry but I would need more information before I can make any comments. ...Read more
If a teen(17), were to have ms, would they progress to disability faster or slower than someone of an older age, wether it's rrms or progressive?
Variable: Most cases of MS present in late 20's or early 30's. Presentation in adolescence is usually felt to be the typical onset in children, and the course is most often relapsing remitting, with variable progression based on therapy being used. Primary progressive disease usually occurs at far later age, such as late 30's, early 40's. ...Read more
I'm afraid I might have progressive ms. What's the outlook for a 17 year old with it now. Will I die? Become disabled soon? Please help!
Rare: Doubt you have MS. See your doc for a physical before you panic! ...Read more
Low: the odds at your age are low. However I recommend you consult a neurologist about your concerns. ...Read more
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