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Eosinophil Cationic Protein
Increased aldolase, complement c3/c4 serum, sed rate, c-react. Protein, beta globulin, monocytes, bun/creatin low mcv-mch, vit d-possible causes?
Complicated: When i was doing clinical medicine, these were collectively sort of the flags for sarcoid disease but I am not saying that's the case here. This is because sarcoid is a diagnosis of exclusion so the advice is to rule out other diseases with additional diagnostic tests which can be done by a primary care physician or rheumatologist. ...Read more
LP Done. Monocytes 1%, Serum IgG 587/mg/DL,Albumin 4100ml,IGG Index 1.1mg,WBC 23/mm3,RBC 1/mm3, CSF IGG 3.6 mg/DL,Lymphocytoid 97%, protein, neutrophils, glucose, CSF albumin all norm. Any ideas?
CSF Results: If I am reading the results correctly, there appears to be a mononuclear pleocytosis with normal protein, glucose and essentially normal immune response. The fluid analysis cn be seen in many disorders including viral meningitis. Need additional information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had blood work. Dr told me e'thing look good.Got home & looked but shows:eosinophil 4, 1 but normal range 0.9-2.9? Thoughts?
Allergies/parasite: Eosinophils are white blood cells (the part of the body's immune system which fight infection). Eosinophils are responsible for fighting off larger proteins such as parasites and is also seen with people fighting allergies. Eosinophil count being elevated is common and normally isn't asoociated with problems, which is probably why your doctor translated it as "normal". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Protein loss: Due to its anatomy the natural peritoneal membrane used in this kind of dialysis is a leaky one that allows passage of proteins especially Albumin to the fluid that will be discarded in the bag after dialysis so a good diet with proteins is a must. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Inorgan.Phosphate0.77, serum total protein63, serum globulin14, all slightly low. Norm. Calcium &albumin.Tsh9.25, known hypothyroidism. Further tests?
Slightly elevated beta fraction from serum protein electrophoresis. Beta 1.07 (high) (0.52-0.98) increased beta fraction, no monoclonal or polyclonal gammopathy seen. Immunofixation normal.
Adnorm. Blood & cfs results: high: CSF protein-47, high cfs albumin-30.9; low total protein-5.7, low gamma globulin-.5, low IgG quantitative -621 worry?
CSF: Some experts consider CSF protein levels to be normal if the value is equal to or below your age in years. I don't think in your case there is a reason to worry. Other CSF components are important as well. Check with your physician to see if there is any reasons to worry. Hope you feel well soon. ...Read more
Renal failure: A very high protein diet can challange the kidneys to get rid of the protein. If the kidney is unable to rid itself of the protein, you could be on the way to kidney failure. One advantage of a higher protein diet would be to have a little more protein and a little less fat in the diet. The american diet is way too high in saturated fat- leading to heart disease and stroke. ...Read more
Total protein 8.3, serum albumin 4.2 , serum globulin 3.8, albumin globulin ratio 1.2.. Is this abnormal?
Abnormal labs: It would be helpful that for the labs mentioned above. If you. Can find the normal range or reference range and list it than our answer can be more educated and helpful. The reference range does vary from one lab to another. ...Read more
Protein Total Serum 8.7
Globulin Serum 4.20
Albumin/ Globulin Ratio 1.07
Urea/ CreatinineRatio 18.54
rest normal . Any worries here ?
Need more info.: 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, there is no immediate concern, however, your globulin level may be higher than normal and you should discuss it with the doctor who ordered the tests. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
In CSF Volume=2.5mL
Is it GBS ?
See a specialist: You don't tell me how you were found to have that high level. If you have no symptoms to go with that finding and other laboratory blood tests are normal, you probably have what is called monoclonal gammopathy. If you have symptoms or tests are affected, there are several possible diagnosis. For proper evaluation, see an immunologist or hematologist. ...Read more
Kappa light chain in upep. Elevated k/l chains in serum but ratio normal. Wbc, rbc in urine with 2g/d protein. More/which workup/specialist needed?
Nephrologist: You need a nephrologist to follow up on those tests, but your doctor or the doctor who ordered those tests can direct you better, wish you wellness ...Read more
Does the HS high protein CRP test give reliable information concerning inflammation in the upper chest (heart) area?
For the most part: Hs (highly sensitive)crp is meant to measure inflammation of heart blood vessels. It is "sensitive" to cardiac vessel inflammation rather than whole body inflammation that the regular CRP measures. In either test the level can be elevated if there is an acute illness or injury that is causing inflammation in the body. The number needs to be interpreted looking at the body as a whole. ...Read more
5.5 mm kidney stone just removed thru medicine. Is it harmful to take protein powder for gym purpose after that. Will it create stone again?
Need to drink water: If it is the first time you had the kidney stone usually there is no need for further testing. Taking protein supplements may cause stones but more important is to drink plenty of water. Urine should look clear. Also need to lower salt intake. Check with your doctor for specific dietary restrictions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Serum free light chain test shows normal kappa (8.7mg/dl), low lambda (3.80), high kap/lam ratio (2.31). Serum $ urine electrophoresis show no monoclonal protein, nor does serum immunofixation. Likely MGUS, myeloma, or admyloidosis? CBC/met panel ok.
False positive rate: There is 30% or so false positive rate of kappa/lambda ratio in people without MGUS, myeloma or other disorders. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hemoglobin 8.4, kft, anemia profile, protein electroph, iron, b12, folate, (folic acid) m protein - all normal. Kappa lambda ratio 2.96 - means ?
?Find cause for Anem: You have anemia for which your doctors should find a cause. This requires doing a variety of tests which a good physician or a hematologist(blood specialist) can do. Unless already done, you need an examination of your bone marrow and more tests till we find the cause of your anemia. The light chains may be hinting at a possible cause which can be checked further with a bone marrow examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you interpret, squam epi cells few a, alpha 2 protein 1.01 h, possible faint IgM lambda monoclonal protein present, ACE serum 75 h?
No: Can't interpret random blood test results without context. Talk to the doctor that ordered the tests. Most medical tests (x-rays, blood tests, etc., ) are better at telling us what you don't have rather than diagnosing what (if anything) you do have wrong with you. ...Read more
Im 33 yrs girl,5'5 and weight 60 kilos i wanna gain more weight but nothing works i take protein shakes,eat as much as i can but nothing what can i do?
Testing for AL amyloid. SPEP shows no M-spike but mildly elevated total protein & A/G ratio (2.7) due to high albumin. Globulins well within normal range. Worrisome? Serum/urine IFE &marrow biopsy ok, but elevated free K/L ratio due to low lambda.
Not common...: The thing about c-reactive protein is that it's not too specific - meaning, if it's elevated, it could be elevated for a bunch of reasons: infection, inflammation, etc... And it doesn't tell you which organ system has the infection or inflammation. We measure it sometimes in the hospital, but it's not one of those i've seen regularly ordered by primary care physicians as an outpatient. ...Read more
Urinalysis interpretation needed character slightly turbid, pH 6, protein trace, sg 1.005, WBC 38-42, RBC 2-5, epithelial cell moderate, bacteria few?
Help have anemia L rbc/ H MCV & mch/ Lsodium, potassium, chloride, neut/ H bilirubin/H creatine kinase & wbc?
You're not your labs: Please forgive my frankness. Labs mean nothing in the absence of a history and physical exam. There are literally hundreds of causes of anemia. If you also have high MCV, you have pernicious anemia until proved otherwise, but any physician can perform a basic anemia workup and yours has a duty to explain the next steps to you. We'd also need the actual number even to do more guesswork. ...Read more
Confused by lab results.Dr thinking rheumatoid arthritis. Low hem, hemotricot, mcv,mch,mchc,creatine.High platelet,rdw,esr,c reactive protein. ?
You have anemia of: the chronic diseases which includes RA. Get a CCP antibody test to put aside the confusion for good. If CCP antibody is positive then your doctor probably made the right diagnosis which is RA. If you have still doubts or has queries and want to send me an e-mail click here --> https://www.healthtap.com/experts/12714048-dr-vahe-yetimyan ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Protein sullpements: You can spend your money more wisely by buying and eating natural foods sources rich in protein than protein supplements. It's been know that some protein powders are embellished with with steroids without your knowledge which can damage your muscles. Only eating a healthy diet and exercise can increase your weight and muscle mass. ...Read more
Depends...: There are many conditions that can result in protein in the urine. Perhaps the most common condition is a urinary tract infection. Unfortunately, if protein in the urine is diagnosed individually without any other signs of infection, the there needs to be a series of studies to assess for causes. These can be benign or progressive. You would need a nephrologist for this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ph 8, epithelial cells moderate, RBC 3-5, 0-3 wbc, bacteria moderate. protein, glucose, crystals and ketones all negative. specific gravity 1.010?
What does it mean to a person if they have too much protein in the blood system is it life threatening ?
How much?: Low abnormal levels are often nothing. Higher relative elevated levels need investigation. They may be related to a variety of causes. Some of these condtions may require monitoring. ...Read more
Bioavailability: Whey protein (especially the hydrosylate and isolate processed variants) contain abundant amounts of branched chain Amino Acids in proportions compatible with the human body's needs. These serve as potent stimulators of protein synthesis and tend to be more bioavailable than traditional sources of protein (beans, legumes, etc. This is one of the reasons they're utilized by nutrition enthusiasts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 20.Weigh 81 kgs 180 cms tall and a pro sprinter.high bp180 by 80 or 170 by80.I've stopped taking creatine.Can I take protein and L-glutamine sup?
@ Ur age U need 2B..: ...treated 4 Ur HBP, first & foremost. Once controlled ask Ur internist about the supplement. ...Read more
What reason could be for ALT 60; abs eosinophils 680; co2 31test results, symptoms - chest pain, chronic dry cough, left knee swollen & painful?
No easy answer: You're on Methotrexate and this itself may account for your elevated liver enzymes. The trivial elevation of your eosinophils isn't going to be helpful. If you're on this medication, it's likely to be for joint disease known best to you and your physician. Please forgive me, but your having to ask healthtap tells me you need to ask for better communication from your treating physician. ...Read more
Proteinuria: For a random urine sample, the normal values are approximately 0 to 8 mg/dl. For a 24-hour urine collection, the normal value is less than 80 mg per 24 hours. The most common cause of proteinuria is diabetic nephropathy; in this case, proper glycemic control may slow the progression. If protein levels are above 3.5 grams in 24 hours it is called nephrotic syndrome. ...Read more
Not work that way: CRP or c reactive protein can be elevated for lots of reasons: infections, heart disease risks, obesity, inflammatory arthritis, so forth. It does not causes rheumatism but can be a consequence of rheumatic problems. It is not the cause but rather the effect.Crp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer