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What can you do to lower your cholesterol level in blood?

What can you do to lower your cholesterol level in blood?

Lifestyle changes: First treatment for high cholesterol is diet, exercise and weight loss which really means changes in lifestyle forever, all for the better. If the lipid profile is still abnormal, medicines can be considered, depending on other risk factors like age, family history, hypertension, diabetes, overweight. If a patient has suffered strokes or heart attacks. the decision to start medicines is more imper ...Read more

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Blood Urea Nitrogen (Definition)

It's level helps evaluate renal function elevation can mean poor renal ...Read more


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What to do if I have high levels of bilirubin in the blood stream result in?

What to do if I have high levels of bilirubin in the blood stream result in?

Find cause: Don't treat a lab value. If there's other abnormal liver labs, get a proper workup. Gilbert's non-disease features elevated indirect bilriubin for life. Drugs can cause cholestasis, and hemolysis (even from running a lot) can cause elevated indirect bilirubin. Your physician can do the workup. ...Read more

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What can you do to raise low blood pressure and low potassium levels at the same time?

What can you do to raise low blood pressure and low potassium levels at the same time?

Fluids: Drink fluids and eat salt and potassium rich foods like dark green leafy vegetables, tomatoes, and bananas. You may need to take a potassium supplement depending on your deficit. If you don't have diarrhea, vomiting, diuretic use, or nasogastric suction, your potassium will correct itself on its own. ...Read more

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How do you reduce high calcium level in blood?

How do you reduce high calcium level in blood?

Talk with MD: High calcium levels are ought to be investigated thoroughly. I suggest you talk with an endocrinologist before making any changes in your diet. ...Read more

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What can you do to reduce the glucose level in your body/blood?

What can you do to reduce the glucose level in your body/blood?

Diet: If you are diabetic it is a matter of diet and exercise. Weight loss improves glycemic response. ...Read more

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What will having low blood pressure do to the body?

What will having low blood pressure do to the body?

Blood pressure: The blood pressure is what keeps the blood moving around the body. Too low and you have shock and death. Too high and you have increased chance of stroke, heart attack and kidney failure. ...Read more

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What does low ammonia levels in your blood do to u?

What does low ammonia levels in your blood do to u?

Nothing: I take it that your blood ammonia level was measured and your level fell below the "reference range". A high ammonia, especially if very high, tends to mean trouble. However, a low level just means you are even lower than most healthy folks. "treat the patient, not the numbers." best wishes. ...Read more

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My albumin/creatinine level is low 3.5 what i wanted to do to increase the level ?

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My albumin/creatinine level is low 3.5 what i wanted to do to increase the level
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You don't!: A low albumin/creatinine ratio is a good thing! as the level rises, that means the amount of Albumin you are spilling into your urine is abnormal, and could need treatment. This is called "microalbuminuria". ...Read more

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How do I increase the protein level in my blood?

HAVE MORE PROTEIN: Consume foods rich in proteins- long list- usually animal products- greek yogurt excellent source, eggs, protein shakes, fish, chicken, turkey..... ...Read more

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Can you please help to lower the potassium levels in my blood?

Can you please help to lower the potassium levels in my blood?

Nephrologist: Potassium balance is tightly regulated by the kidneys, so any potassium disorder implies some derangement in potassium handling. If you have high potassium problems, you must consult nephrologist. Please see this website for info on low potassium diet. http://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/potassium.cfm. ...Read more

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What else leads to low creatinine levels in the urine?

What else leads to low creatinine levels in the urine?

Factors: Low creatinine levels in the urine can be seen in states like reduced kidney function (low gfr), advanced age, malnourished states, low muscle mass, liver failure, etc. ...Read more

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What's a way to decrease high bun and creatinine in my blood?

Get it evaluated: First of all, determine the cause and treat that. These values are usually high because of a reduction in kidney function or dehydration. See a kidney specialist (nephrologist). ...Read more

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What is the glucose level in hypoglycemia and the blood pressure in hypotension ( please i want numbers ) ?

What is the glucose level in hypoglycemia and the blood pressure in hypotension ( please i want numbers ) ?

#s: Hypoglycemia is considered a blood sugar level of less than 70 mg/dl. Hypotension is less certain because different people have different blood pressure levels they consider normal. Officially, systolic blood pressures less than 90 mm hg would be considered hypotension. ...Read more

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What does it mean to have a high level of ketones in the blood?

What does it mean to have a high level of ketones in the blood?

Ketones in blood: I would go to wikipedia for detailed information. Means you are starving usually unless you have diabetes. ...Read more

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What to do for high co2 levels in blood?

What to do for high co2 levels in blood?

See below: Go to the er. You will be treated with highly concentrated oxygen depending on how high the co is. ...Read more