Doctor insights on:
Hemoglobin Ur Ql Small
Old blood: In your urinary tract- may be from your last cycle or a very low grade bladder infection. ...Read more
What could a high sed rate indicate? I am 16 years old and have a sed rate of 89. Hemoglobin are also very small and are not the correct shape.
High acidity: Ketone is acidic state means your body is braking down fat since it is not getting proper nutrients. To alter this increase vitamin d intake daily use aloe cleanse - 3 day inner fillet pure aloe drink 1 bottle per day for 3 days then 4 days off with b vitamins daily I liked activated b (isotonic) do this cycle for 3 months and repeat your testing should normalize. Check morning urine ph (nr6.8-7). ...Read more
I had urinalysis done twice. 1st one said mod RBC and hemoglobin and bacteria present. 2nd time small amt of same things. No symptoms. Concern?
Not if Clean Catch:
Unless these are catheterized specimens, you can't say much. If they are then:
if you are not experiencing any urinary symptoms and are not pregnant, there is no indication to treat you. A culture could be done.
If you are having problems, then the findings should be considered real and a urine culture obtained and you should be started on antibiotics.
If two cath specimens show blood, see a uro. ...Read more
Urine RBC 2-5 hpf crystals amporphous pres, specific gravity ^ hemoglobin random small. Urologist scoped - normal. Scared something wrong shd I worry?
Here are some…: At 60, the content of the evaluation for your concern has been adequate and satisfactory., Therefore, there is no practical reason for you to worry about it. More concern? I ask your urologist for possible timely follow-up. ...Read more
Teenage son-visible blood in his urine. Abnormal Urinalysis Results: 7/14 - RBC urine 418 out of 0-5; 7/16 - RBC/HPF 6-10, Small bacteria, Small Hemoglobin; What these mean? Sonar tomorrow.
Urinalysis hemoglobin Random "small". 1.5yrs. Cystoscopy Neg. No symptoms. Dehydrated. Specific gravity high. RBC 3.84. Should I worry abt hemoglobin?
Hemoglobin in urine: Small amount not of concern especially as cystoscopy was negative. Kidney ultrasound would rule out kidney tumor. Urine is concentrated because U likely are not drinking enough water. Absence of protein in urine also rules out significant kidney disease. Please relax. ...Read more
I hav a 13mm endometrium lining with a small polyp inside my ovary after 3 days of periods, I'm 26, not sexually active, low on hemoglobin, what is it?
Clarification: It is not typical to have a polyp on the ovary. Polyps are common in the endometrium or on the cervix. Cysts are common on the ovary. Your Obgyn should be able to clarify what was going on. If you have low hemoglobin this means you are anemic. Your obgyn can also discuss options to help with this. If you have an endometrial polyp it can easily be removed. ...Read more
Micro hematuria 2yrs both cystoscopy & upper CT negative urinalysis hemoglobin small, RBC 2-5. Dr says this is common for some people. Should I worry?
This condition is called " idiopathic hematuria", which simply means that it is not due to any disease therefore Donot worry. Also please remember that it does not always go away, next time you have a urine test with a different doctor, he may tell you the same. Please remember you Donot need to undergo the tests again.
Your doctor is right when he says that you should not worry. ...Read more
Micro hematuria 2 yrs. Both Upper CT Scan & cystoscopy neg. Urologist says idiopathic. Urinalysis Hemoglobin, small, RBC 2-5. What could be the cause?
Need more exams: Your physician should undertake a complete evaluation and order some additional tests -- depending on your age, the blood could also be from your genital area, etc. ...Read more
Is eating 5000mcg biotin for hair can increase ur hemoglobin currently my hb is 16.8 how to get it on healthy level. ..
No and healthy: Taking biotin will not affect the Hb and yours is at a healthy level. ...Read more
My hemoglobin is11.90gms n serum calcium is8.3 and polymorphs count is 77%. So I need ur help so I can over come my deficiency n whts is polymorhs?
If feel well, ignore: Your hemoglobin ; calcium are very slightly low for most labs; your physician might check you for iron deficiency ; whether Albumin is slightly low to explain. I often wish that percentages of white cells weren't even reported as they mean nothing and if your absolute lymphocyte count is not very low, I would ignore it. Polymorphs are the warrior white cells, lymphocytes do specialty work. ...Read more
Tests 2 run if ur child gets tired in the middle of the day? She's already bin tested 4 cbc, hemoglobin a1c/iron, comprehensive metabolic panel n r ok
None: The medical causes of 'fatigue' have been ruled out. There are no more tests. If this child is not obese and is not drinking energy drinks or lots of caffeine or other stimulants then this may be their norm during a time of significant growth or hormone changes and one should just watch and observe. The other issue that is not addressed yet is mental health and possible depression. ...Read more
On my lab work, one test said "HEMOGLOBIN UR: 2+". Can you tell me what this indicates? I was on last day of period but didn't see blood in urine cup.
Probably OK: Positive urine dip stik for Hemoglobin is common. Particularly if you were stillon your period. This also occurs with NSAIDS and blood thinners being most common. Not to overlook serious problems, I will repeat the test on 2-3 weeks and be guided by results. In your case at 45 repeat urinalysis in 2-3 weeks is best advice. If the positive test persists, more complete evaluation is next. ...Read more
What if your hemoglobin is normal but ur BP 70/40 it never goes over but you feel lightheadedness, fatigue, underweight, joints pain, fast heart beat etc.
Two variants: Hemoglobin sc is present in people who have two variants of the beta chain of hemoglobin. One gene has sickle cell variant and the other gene has hemoglobin c variant. There disease is more sever than hb s trait, but less severe than hb s disease. ...Read more
Hemoglobin: Several methods exist for measuring haemoglobin, most of which are done by automated machines. Within the machine, the red blood cells are broken down to get Hb into a solution. The free Hb is exposed to a chemical containing cyanide which binds tightly to Hb molecule to form cyanomethehemoglobine. By shining a light through the solution and measuring how much light is absorbed =amount of Hb ...Read more
Leeding: Low hemog. Lobin is most often associated with GI tract bleeding disorders such as myelofibrosis where the marrow is fibrosed and not proucing rbcs can also ause this problem. One checks stool for blood followed by olonoscopy, if in the uppere GI tract and not seen on gastroscoopy, a tv capsule swolled and follwed on tv can frequently define a lesion in the small intestine that is bleeding. ...Read more
Yes: Your pattern of blood counts is important. Is this a new finding? Do you have blood in stools or urine or nosebleeds? Have you been on any medications that may have caused your blood counts to fall or have you had any yellowness in your eyes? Are you dizzy or lightheaded? Please see your doctor and establish what is going on or go to an Emergency Room and have them verify your blood count. ...Read more
Yes absolutely: One can die due to a very low hemoglobin level- for instance due to massive bleeding- due to lack of oxygenation on the vitals organ causing cell deaths, organ failure and ultimately death. The incidence is low in the usa, as we do have much better access to medical center. In the other part of the world- those happen frequently unfortunately. ...Read more