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How Does Testosterone Change Glucose And Lipid Metabolism
The blood sugar concentration or blood glucose level is the amount of glucose (sugar) present in the blood of a human or animal. The body naturally tightly regulates blood glucose levels as a part of metabolic homeostasis. Glucose is the primary source of energy for the body's cells, and blood lipids (in the form of fats and oils) are primarily ...Read more
19 yo son has elevated Prolactin 27. Concern?
Estradiol,Testosterone,LH,T4,T3,TSH,Lipid Panel,CMP were normal.What to do to see why Prolactin is high?
How fat is formed: Lipid metabolism means the process in which fats are formed ,utilized and broken down and disposed in the body. It starts when the food is broken down in the gut to form molecules that are transported to the blood where it is processed into different particles. These particles are then taken up by the cells where the fats are extracted. The leftover is then delivered to the liver for disposal ...Read more
Fats: Lipids are different kinds of fats circulating in the body.Metabolism is a description of how it is made,utilized and dispensed by the body. The lipids or fats often discussed include low density lipoprotein LDL, high density lipoprotein HDL, very low density lipoprotein VLDL Iintermediate density lipoprotein ILDL Triglyceride . Next time ask your professor to elaborate ...Read more
HDL is the good: cholesterol. It transports cholesterol to the liver, where it is processed an eliminated via the intestines. High HDL levels generally help decrease a person's risk for heart disease. LDL cholesterol is also needed, however, the lowest amount needed is not known. Hope this helps. Visit CardioGauge.com for personalized education about your chol levels. Put in #s and it will tell u what it means. ...Read more
High levels: Of circulating lipids like hypertrigliceridemia /hypercholesterolemia may results from abnl metabolism and they are the perfect setup for plaque formation by damaging the inner layer of the arteries, by build up in the arteries and eventually plaque formation. Common locations and common symptoms result from deposition in coronary arteries resulting in MI, carotid arteries resulting in stroke etc ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Glucose & lipid panel for blood test has different fasting hours. It is possible for single of withdrawing blood ?
Yes: Most labs require 10-12 hour fasting which is long enough for both. ...Read more
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