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Anti Phospho Lipid Syndrome
Rhuematogist tested me for antiphosphoid lipid syndrome came back positive on fort test will be getting another soon 12 weeks apart what ate symptoms?
Symptoms vary: Positive anti phospholipids can be seen in patient's with no complaints. In women, they may play a role in recurrent miscarriages. They also can be associated with blood clots in the veins ( legs and lungs) and less common in the arteries. Most patients have low levels of anti-phospholipids and have no symptoms. Agree with a recheck since certain labs may not have the best standardized tests ...Read more
Yes they can: Antidepressants known to cause weight gain, like tricyclics and mirtazepine, can increase lipids. Those that are more weight-neutral (like wellbutrin, effexor, and cymbalta) are less likely to do this. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16774491 there could be other factors in this besides weight gain, but they're so far unknown. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Anti nuclear antibody test came back high for antinuclear ab what does that mean doctor saussure i don't have lipid but need to see a remoitologist?/?
Yes see Rheum: Agree that seeing a Rheumatologist is most appropriate if you have a positive ANA. Diagnosing lupus or other autoimmune disorders is based not only on +ANA but the entire clinical picture, i.e., other symptoms and lab tests that may need to be checked. Agree other symptoms that are typical of lupus or other connective tissue disease are joint pains, fatigue, mouth sores, sun sensitivity, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is spontanious bleeding from the ear dangerous, what could cause it? I've been taking wayfarin for a number of years. I have sle and anti lipid antibodies. I have a lot of headaches.
That : That is significant for you, as you are on warfarin. You must be seen immediately and evaluated. Please be sure that your pt/inr (bleeding times laboratories) have been checked. Ear bleeding can be caused by trauma (significant head injury), minor trauma (scratches), or infection. Please be checked and evaluated and be sure you let your doctor know about the headaches. If you have pain, significant bleeding, feel light-headed or confused, vomit, or have any weakness/numbness then you would need to be seen in the er. ...Read more
Eet, ecg, troponin t, ultrasound abdomen, urine r, anti hcv, lipid profile are ok. But BP shoots to 150/110 daily.No dr can diagnose in pak. Guide me?
See below: You've not mentioned what your kidney function is. A serum creatinine is necessary. Are you overweight? This is assoc with htn. Do you have family members with htn? When your BP is elevated, what are you doing? BP should be measured at complete rest for 15 minutes. Do you have symptoms when your BP is high? Is it hot there? - that alone could do it. ...Read more
On atenolol and amlodipin mix tab with clopidogrel75 daily sometimes asprin 75 Recently L Thyroxine 25 AND Anti lipid added due to high TSH Is it ok?
Yes they mix well: Your antilipid medicine is probably for high Cholesterol(Not due to high TSH. High TSH is due to low Thyroid hormone in your body, so your doctor may be giving you Thyroid hormone(Thyroxine)...Just check about this so that you are entirely clear about the function of each one of your medicines.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Predicts events.: Lipid profile tells you about risk for future heart / blood vessel disease. Smoking, hypertension, diabetes and lipids are modifiable risk factors. Non modifiable risk factors are male sex, getting older and having family history of early heart disease. At your age there is virtually no contribution of lipids to mortality within the next 20 years unless numbers very high or many risk factors. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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