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Fbs Blood Test
Doctor I conducted blood FBS test and my result FBS is 6.1.
Doc please am I diabetes or prediabetes?
M 30 years old unmarried south Indian.My Current blood test report-BP-125/93(not eating morning),FBS-110 and cholestrol-271.what should i do to normal?
Lots of things: If you are overweight, Diet, exercise and LOZE WEIGHT! This may help all the problems without meds. If your wt. is normal dietary changes and exercise will still be Ver helpful. If this does not normalize the abnormal findings your doc can add appropriate meds to help correct the problems. ...Read more
Antibodies: Ab is a common abbreviation for antibody. This is a very broad area, so it is difficult to know the answer without more context-- it could be looking for antibodies to blood groups, to a possible current or prior infection, or possibly to some sort of specific antigen in your own body, an "auto-antibody". ...Read more
Yes: But you must accept the responsibility that if something is not able to be diagnosed or missed by not getting the test the consequences are your responsibility.. Also when you are on some medications you need to have blood work to asses treatment and may hinder your treatment. ...Read more
Blood lipids: In the so called "vap" LDL is measured directly and not calculated from total cholesterol, HDL and triglycerides. However, if your triglycerides are below 400, it does not add value. I would suggest that you stick to a usual fasting blood lipid profile and follow your doctor's advice. ...Read more
?: Do you mean pain at the injection site? The drawing of blood shouldn't cause pain but perhaps you developed a hematoma - is it red/purple and puffy? If so, it's a hematoma - it will resolve within a week - if it's getting worse, see a doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
A little: Blood test involves inserting a needle into a vein to get blood and there is a little pain from the needle stick. It is usually temporary. In about 1% of cases a bruise may form at the site of the puncture. The risk can be minimized by keeping pressure on the puncture site for a few minutes. ...Read more
See your doctor: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more