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How Long Does Rooting Reflex Associated With Normal 03 Wk Last
Assists with feeding: The rooting reflex is a primitive reflex that is present at birth that helps your baby breastfeed. When your baby's cheek is stroked s/he will turn towards that side and open their mouth, searching for the object. This helps with breastfeeding. This reflex generally goes away around 4 months of age. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My TSH test results 8 months ago were 1.2 but I was tested again last week and the results of TSH - REFLEX TO FT4 are 1.850. Is this Normal?
Lab variation: Not only may the change in this number reflect a normal variation in the labs result without a change in your thyroid function it could represent normal variation of thyroid function within your own body . This might be as a result of variable absorption of any thyroid supplement you are taking or variation in disease activity if you have a disorder such as hashimoto's thyroiditis. ...Read more
TSH w reflex to FT4 result is .79. Is this normal? Last year same test result was .91 ...what would cause difference?
Normal: varies during the day , not significant, normal ft4 0.7-1.86 ng/dl, tsh 0.4-mcU/ml ...Read more
Sudden dizziness that lasted nearly a minute. BP 101/69 blood sugar normal. not feeling like myself and feel real irritable and got a gag reflex?
Dizziness : this could be due to pulse rate, but it's not completely clear. It could be inner ear which is a very common problem for this. really there are other neurological issues that could cause this problem. You need to discuss this with your physician and have a neurology evaluation. ...Read more
I have a nerve injury to c5/c6 nerve root in my plexus. My brachioradialis reflex barely any response. What else do I need for diagnosis?
Diagnose plexus inj: To diagnose a plexus injury you would also want to have biceps weakness, biceps reflex suppression, normal triceps strength and reflex, and a needle EMG showing denervation of the biceps, supinator, and deltoid, but not the triceps, FCU or ADM etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I can't move my toes upwards, Is that normal? I do have a strong Patella reflex aswell if that makes a difference.
If a nerve impingement at S1level is released by any means, will the previously recorded reduced H-reflex at S1 level return to its normal value?
Can a spermatocele affect the cremaster reflex? Have one above left testicle and it is hanging much lower than normal, also left one doesn't retract
No, it can't: Plus, it is normal for one testicle to hang lower than the other. ...Read more
Depends: If both knee reflexes and both ankle reflexes are "jumpy" it could be a thyroid condition. If only one knee is jumpy, it increases the chances that it is from some problem with the nerves from the spine. If you have a weird ache near the outside of your thigh, that increases the chance it is from the spine. Please get it tested more thoroughly. ...Read more
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