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Can U Die With High Levels Of Antenolo
Yes: Never adjust your own meds. Call and talk to your dr first. Messing with your meds unsupervised can lead to serious adverse events. ...Read more
Treating the cause: Need to treat the cause of high testo. ...Read more
Masculinization: Women are estrogen based systems but have some testosterone, which is not affects by menstrual cycles, or menapause. Normal blood levels are around 40ng/dl. If your testosterone level is low, you will be fatigued, and perhaps experience low libido. If your testosterone levels grossly exceed normal, masculine side effects can occur including facial hair deepening of your voice, clitoral enlargement. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Not safe to overdo. Does cause heart. Rhythm disturbances. You can only drive a car at. CertIn max speed, beyond which it goes out of control. Same with our hearts too. ...Read more
Can you let me know how many strokes/heart attacks happen in people with normal cholesterol and blood pressure levels?
Stroke MI: Great question! myocardial infarction in individuals with no cholesterol, blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, or obesity is very rare but can happen. Stroke on the other hand is not uncommonly associated with blood cloths caused by certain heart rhythm abnormalities such as atrial fibrillation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does angiotensin receptor blockers protect or harm the kidneys and can used for my father
with hypertension and blood creatinine level of 1.7 mg/dl.
I have PCOS no periods. High risk of womb cancer, how high? How to be tested? Also high levels of oestrogen and testosterone hormones.
Is a homocysteine level of 12 kind of on the high end for someone in their 20s? Can it be associated w osteoporosis and homocystinuria?
No: Normal levels of homocysteine is below 15. Increased levels of this amino acid are associated with early onset blood vessel plaque and blood clots that can cause heart attacks, strokes and blood clots in other areas as well. It is not associated with osteoporosis. Homocysteinuria is a genetic disease associated with multiple birth defects including mental retardation. ...Read more
In general do all guys with mitral valve prolapse have high level of hemoglobin? I've mvp and my hgb is 17.5 could asa reduce my hgb?
Yes: Low potassium can be serious if it's more than a bit below reference range. Overdoing a diuretic or having hyperaldosteronism (tumor, metabolic glitch) are both serious. "Low blood pressure" means nothing if you feel well and have good exercise tolerance. Blood pressure and potassium status vary independently, each with several other variables. ...Read more
What can happen with untreated high hematocrit, red blood cell counts, and blood calcium levels? I do live at high altitude in SLC, Utah.
Nothing for high HCT: Your hematocrit is high due to living on high altititude which may be normal physiological reaction to O2 level being low.But we do not know how high it is to comment High Calcium level needs to be further investigated as it may be due Primary Hyperparathyroidism or Secondary Hyperparathyroidism You need to have blood level of Calcium,Parathyroid Hormone Level,25 Hydroxy VitD level as well Consult ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't Rx lab values: Elevated bilirubin is not by itself dangerous (except to babies at high levels). It is a marker for illness but the big picture is the key. Several percent of healthy folks have Gilbert's non-disease with slightly high indirect bilirubin and a tendency to turn yellow if you miss a few meals. Isolated high bilirubin can be a marker for cholestasis from meds or hemolysis from any cause. ...Read more
"Low levels of pvcs have shown no increased risk of heart damage or dysfunction in otherwise healthy hearts." My question: what defines "low levels?
Excellent question!: Women with preeclampsia are at increased risk for chronic hypertension years later. Women who actually seized with eclampsia in their pregnancy show residual neurobehavioral subtle changes decades later (poor memory/focus). So, we are not telling the whole story when we say that preeclampsia is a pregnancy disorder, it has after-effects that persist long after the woman's reproductive life is over. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A gastro infection along with ssri taking caused my serotonin levels to get extremely high, how can I deplete my plasma serotonin levels?
Will sustanon at such a low dose of 125mg weekly increase cholesterol levels I know it dose not raise blood pressure at that dose?
Titrating the dose?: I know you're searching for a safe dose to take. Understand this: taking sustanon is not recommended. If you're determined to use it anyway, rather than speculate, just have your lipids measured on the drug! ...Read more
Depends --: Probably not raising cholesterol but you need to check your liver enzymes (blood test). ...Read more
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