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Advanced High Gamma E Medication
I have high sgpt of 66, while normal sgot&gamma-gt and I have no hepatitis a, b, or c & no liver disease and no std's, it is due to atihypertensive drugs?
Likely: I trust that hemochromatosis and wilson's were ruled out. You might get ultrasounded for fatty liver and/or recommended to increase your level of fitness. This is not especially high -- some healthy folks fall here -- and if your physican is not concerned, I would not be either. ...Read more
Age 48 Y, no drinking history. Taking no medication. Gamma GT levels 48 U/L. SGPT and ALT within normal range. Please explain if GGT is normal or not?
Normal: 48 is in the normal range. No need to worry ...Read more
What is the medication for polyclonal increase in gamma globulin consistent with infection linflammation?
Nothing: As far as I know, no specific treatment of polyclonal gammopathy is needed. ...Read more
Can I live normally having sgpt or alat of 66 u/i due to anti-hypertensive medications I am recently taking knowing that sgot&gamma-gt are normal, help?
Unclear: Pleas resate ; in greater detail. Hrs, md, facc www. Thepmc. Org. ...Read more
Dose??: If you mean is the dose too high we must narrow it down to what type of medication. All medications have side effects- many of which are associated with excessive dosing. Speak to your primary physician or pharmacist about the specific medication. ...Read more
?: I don't know- have you built a tolerance to other drugs? ...Read more
Needs attention: You seem to have multiple problems which needs to be treated and closely followed to prevent long term complications. Treatment can be both by diet, life style modifications and medications. But you need to comply to your diet, medications and regular follow up check ups. ...Read more
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Yes - endorphins: Can be increased through exercise.Get a more detailed answer ›
That depends: There is no one best blood pressure medication based on age or sex. The choice of blood pressure medicine depends on several different factors including your race, severity and what other medical conditions you may have like allergies, diabetes and heart or kidney failure. Therefore the only person who can determine this is your doctor. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
Exercise: Exercise is a great way to manage anxiety. Find something you like to do whether it is running, yoga or taking a kickboxing class. This way it will be easier to make it a part of your routine and not seem like a chore. Breathing exercises can also help in a stressful situation. This link gives some examples: http://www. Calmclinic. Com/anxiety/treatment/breathing-exercises. ...Read more
Incomplete info: You did not provide units of measure, it is mg/dl or mmols/l? All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. It is preferable to have the whole lipid profile rather than just cholesterol levels. It would be prudent to discuss it with your doctor. ...Read more
Should be OK, but: Ask your doctor first... It should be ok... ...Read more
Blood pressure: Talk to your doctor but unlikely to succeed without meds. ...Read more
http://www. Nhlbi. Nih. Gov/files/docs/guidelines/atglance. Pdf
No single answer: It depends on your other conditions and lots of information that is not provided. The treatment must be individualized. ...Read more
If I take my high chlosteral medication just once a week instead of every day, will it sill work?
Cholesterol: For medicines to work they need to be taken as prescribed. ...Read more
I ann 56 years old male. I am having high bp150/95 & cholesterol 225.What should I do too reduce these, I am on medication for bponly.
Diet change: Less red meat, more vegetables. No added salt. Portion size is extremely important. If you write down what you eat during the day, you can chose one or two things to cut out each day. Weight watchers is a great approach. ...Read more
My b.P reads 90/150. Should I start medication or change the life style. My age is 34 and have a family history of high b.P. Please suggest?
Change your ways now: If your blood pressure is 150/90 and you have a family history of high blood pressure, you would be smart to control any risk factors which contribute to high blood pressure. For example: get exercise, reduce weight if you are overweight or obese, and minimize your intake of salt. If you are a smoker, that habit's just got to go! All of these measures will help tremendously in the long run. ...Read more
If a patient is on a "high regimen" of medication does it mean that the pt has been PRESCRIBED a high dosage or is being ADMINISTERED a high dosage?
Usually yes: More medicine at higher strengths.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hello, how to reduce prolactin level faster. I have high prolactin level. After medication ut becomes normal. After 5 to 6 month it becomes high again?
Take it longer: Hi. I would take the dopaminergic medicine (suspect either bromocriptine or cabergoline) for at least 2 years after getting the prolactin normalized before you try weaning off it. Some people have to take the medicine chronically, but that's safe to do and effective. Good luck! ...Read more
What should I do if my anxiety become worse esp during my prtical exam? It's make my bp high & get stomchache. Cn u give some advice or medication needs
Mindfullness or yoga: Anxiety can respond to relaxation, mindfulness, or yoga exercises. Also cognitive behavioral therapy can help you change your thinking patterns so you worry less. Medications for adults with anxiety can be tricky. Xanax is habit forming when taken over a long period of time. Sometimes the use of an SSRI antidepressant with anxiolitic (anxiety lowering) properties can be helpful, such as Proza ...Read more
On medication for high blood, reading was 117-125/76-83 on my day off but it can shoot up to 135-143/85-93 on certain days. Please advise is it normal?
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We need to know more about your history: How long have you had High BP and which medicines/dose are you taking at the present time? Do you have a PCP checking you and guiding you about your BP control and meds?
Your BP values are fairly good but you need to record your BP twice daily and write it down for the next 2 weeks and then tell us how many times was your BP over 140 or over 90 mm. ...Read more
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