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Antithrombin Iii Act W Reflex
Risk of blood clot: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, if the test was done correctly, it means that you are at risk for developing blood clots. You may wish to consult a hematologist for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
I've always had bad acid reflex Gerd why does it seem ti act up abit after I excerise on treadmill? Am I sloshing it around or something ?
GER reduction: Certain foods, activities, medications and conditions that increase pressure in your abdomen can trigger reflux. An over the counter acid reflux medication may help your symptoms, but see your doctor for evaluation if you are not relieved or if your symptoms change or worsen. Untreated acid reflux can cause esophageal strictures, respiratory problems, ulcers and throat problems. ...Read more
I had 3 to 4 blood clots in lungs and hospital did a test to see why i had them fibringen antithrombin III protein c protein c antigen all high?
Not the cause of PE: Pulmonary embolism (pe) is an abnormal clot. Your docs are looking for cause. Fibrinogen is an acute phase reactant and is not likely a cause of your clot. Low protein c and low at-iii can contribute to pe; however your values are high and therefore did not contribute to your pe. I am sure your docs are looking for other causes. Good luck. ...Read more
I've had a very sensitive gag reflex for a week. It acts up both when I'm eating and when I'm not. I would like to know what's going on with me! ?
Irritation.: Something is irritating, either the back of your throat, causing you to have for active gag reflex, or the nerves, the glass of perennial nerve, which controls the gag reflex. A glass of for Angel in the Rye this, are you having any pain? You need to see an ENT or a neurologist or both. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many Things: This type of test is done for many types of infections, especially viruses or pertussis. In order to give you mroe information, I would need to know what specifically they were doing the test to check on. ...Read more
High normal: A TSH of 4.06 is in the upper range of normal. The lab probably did not do the ft4 level, since the TSH was normal. Most people with these results feel perfectly normal. However, it could be a sign that your thyroid is starting to fail. It would be reasonable to repeat the TSH and do a free T4 level in a few months. ...Read more
HYPOTHRYOID: Your thyroid gland is underactive it is not producing enough thyroxine. The pituitary gland is working overtime to try to get the thyroid gland to produce enough thyroxine which regulates the bodies metabolic rate. You need supplementation of what your gland produces. You also need to be checked for autoimmune thyroiditis, see your doctor. ...Read more
Borderline: That is a borderline pisitive result. Why was the tedt ordered in an 80 year old. ...Read more
Hypothyroidism: Normal TSH is typically 0.45-4.5. Best to discuss results w/ordering physician as some labs have different reference ranges. Regardless, if you have signs & symptoms of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid = http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hypothyroidism/basics/definition/con-20021179), prescription levothyroxine will help relieve symptoms but requires close & regular monitoring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal: This is a completely normal TSH. The free T4 was not done because the TSH was normal indicating normal thyroid function and the FT4 is not indicated. There are some rare circumstances when you would do both, and not just the reflex, but in general a normal screening TSH means normal thyroid function. Anything else would specifically being looked for and thyroid testing can rarely be complicated. ...Read more
Normal: That's a normal value. That's why they didn't have to run the free t4. Reflex means they will run ft4 only if tsh is abnormal. ...Read more
Thyroid tests: It is advised that you would benefit from an online consultation to review your labs as well as past medical history and discuss your specific symptoms. A physician can help you understand the labs, correlate with your history and make recommended next steps. ...Read more
My tsh, w/reflex to FT4 results was 4.53 and a month later was 4.49. Do I neef to be on medication?
It is better: if you stay on it for a while. Endocrinologist like tsh between .3-3 not .5-5. Discuss with your doctor and see what your doctor will say. ...Read more
5 yr son w/sensory eating disorder.Bad gag reflex.OT w/no results.What can I do to help? Will he grow out of it? Going on for 4 years now. Any advice?
Can you define more?: What is at the root of his "bad" gag reflex? Do you mean he has a very STRONG or hypersensitive reflex to the point of not allowing anything into his mouth without either gagging or throwing up? Or do you mean that he has a poor gag reflex meaning that virtually NOTHING can gag him that goes into his mouth? And they've been working stringently with him for 4 years now without results? ...Read more
35F no kids.In phase III of cycle.Dull low abd pain started after sex 24hr ago.Now w/sharp waves radiating pain thru rectum, low abd viscera, & chest.
Urine test: Urinanalysis is test commonly done to check for infection, blood, sugar, ketones etc. The reflex microscopic portion is done automatically if the initial test shows any abnormality. For example, if there are signs of infection, then technicians will automatically look at the specimen under the microscope to see if there are any bacteria. This helps to decide on further testing and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tsh w/ reflex test read 1.20 and the range was 0.27- 4.20. Is this low norm or healthy norm? I was already diagnosed with hypo earlier this yr.
Need more info: The TSH level needs to be looked at in the context of your other thyroid levels. If you are not on any medication this might be interpreted as normal but your level of free T4 and free T3 (liothyronine) as well as your thyroid antibodies need to be analyzed as well. If your free T4 and/or free T3 (liothyronine) levels are low, then the TSH level might not be reflecting exactly what is going on with your thyroid. ...Read more
Temp fluctuatesquick between 97.7(rest)&100-100.5f (after light-mod act.) w chills since 4wks. Was stable before infection, which is gone now. Normal?
No it is not normal: Temperature of 100to100.5 with chills for 4 weeks is not normal. I will recommend you consult your doctor and get checked.You have history of sinusitis and that may be the cause of fever and you may need antibiotics after evaluation and the diagnosis is established.There may be other possibilities and therefore get yourself checked by your doctor. ...Read more
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