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Interpretation About Decreased Segmenters In The Blood
Is having decreased menstrual blood flow than normal for two consecutive cycles a cause for serious concern for a woman of 24 years?
Not necessarily: The amount of flow depends on the balance of estrogen and progesterone. The more estrogen the more uterine lining grows and the more you have to bleed off. Progesterone is produced after ovulation and makes the lining stop growing and get mature. If ovulation is early you will have less time for the lining to grow. ...Read more
Hi good evening, minutes ago I asked about my headache on the upper right side of head, I check now my blood presion is 130/80 the hedache decreased?
Don't know?: I missed the ha question. However the blood pressure you report is not of any concern. I am happy your ha has decreased. Your ha should be evaluated if you are concerned. There are many causes of ha and depending on your history, health and risk factors, you should be evaluated, diagnosed and treated. Best to you! ...Read more
6 weeks preg. Yesterday. Few days ago, bright red blood when I went to the bathroom, none since. Preg. Symptoms have decreased. Do you think baby is ok?
No need 4 Guess: Nope. There is no way to get an answer on the internet for this one. You must get to your OB to figure out if there is trouble or not. ...Read more
The effects depend on the distribution, severity, speed of decline and existing disorders.
If the decrease is sudden, transient and global, it causes fainting. If it is prolonged and global, it could cause life-threatening consequences like respiratory and/or cardiac arrest. If the decrease if focal, transient and mild, it causes transient ischemic attack; severe decline would result in a stroke. ...Read more
Many women have changes in their periods as they get older. Here is a link to some guidelines on what is normal and what is not:
http://www. Cascadewomenshealth. Org/download/pdfs/healtheducation/transitions%20to%20menopause/period%20change%20as%20you%20get%20older. Pdf. ...Read more
Suggests low iron: Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (mch) relates to how much hemoglobin on your red blood cell (see mchc - adds concentration to mch). Forget exact acronym, but RDW measures (via flow cytometry) size of many red cells--normal to have all about one size. If becoming anemic, see wide variation which raises RDW #. Both of these can be due to low iron, but also folate (folic acid) or B12--ask your Dr for context & plan ...Read more
Suggests low iron: Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (mch) relates to how much hemoglobin on your red blood cell (see mchc - adds concentration to mch). Forget exact acronym, but RDW measures (via flow cytometry) size of many red cells--normal to have all about one size. If becoming anemic, see wide variation which raises RDW #. Both of these can be due to low iron, but also folate (folic acid) or B12--ask your Dr for context & pl ...Read more
Reflex: If your pressure is inadequate to sustain organ perfusion, the bodies alarm system (sympathetic nervous system; fight or flight) send out the message to speed up the heart rate and constrict the blood vessels. ...Read more
Hello im 27 female. My blood test showed that my red blood cells have decreased. What shall I do to increase my red blood cells? What food shall I eat?
Anemia: A low red blood cell count is known as anemia. Anemia is a symptom, not a disease and thus the cause of anemia must be investigated. While being investigated, one should increase the iron in one's diet. This can be done with iron tablets, or by eating foods rich in iron. This would include red meat, spinach, and beans. ...Read more
Hi! I'm 20 and I've clashed my head into a wardrobe of word. Now I have a bump in the head but there's no blood. Could it be decreased my intellect?
Yes, it can.: Yes, atrioventricular canal (av canal) defects can result in decresed oxygen saturation if there is a residual shunt (mixing of blue and pink blood) which can happen in presence of elevated pressures in the lung (pulmonary hypertension). Decresed oxygen saturation can also result from lung disease and other conditions. ...Read more
Please consult this site for information on this topic:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/symptoms/low-white-blood-cell-count/basics/definition/SYM-20050615 ...Read more
My recent blood test showed, ESR and RDW levels slightly high, and hematocrit level decreased slightly. Should I be worried?
Lab data: Difficult to comment on lab results without clinical correlation, but you are slightly anemic and if this is iron deficient anemia it may be because of bleeding during your period and may require iron supplementation. The increased ESR and CRP are probably of no consequence. Get an answer to why your hemoglobin is low. Good luck. ...Read more
I was healthy prier to two months. All of a sudden it decreased. My blood suger level 112 now, blood pressure 110, pulse rate/s 115.want healthy energeti?
See heart doc ASAP!!: This sounds very abnormal. I would see a cardiologist right away. ...Read more
Is 8 weeks of iron infusions enough? Ater this time hemoglobin decreased to 7.6. As a result, I had a blood transfusion.
Something's wrong: If iron infusions over eight weeks didn't fix your anemia, it's either not due to iron deficiency or you still have serious blood loss. I also see that somebody is giving you vitamin B12 for whatever reason. Please forgive my frankness. If there is not a misunderstanding, please get with a hematologist. ...Read more
My 2.5 year old, who is diabetic, has had a decreased appetite for the last couple weeks. Her blood sugars are normal and she doesn't appear sick.?
I have Rhabdomyolysis. My SGOT and SGPT were high and it has decreased to 29 and 83. Is it possible for SGOT and SGPT to increase on next blood test??
Treat the cause: The most important thing is to find out the cause of your rhabdomyolysis. Then lots of hydration is the standard treatment so that it does not affect your kidneys. Then repeat testing for your liver function like SGOT and SGPT, muscle enzyme creatine kinase and kidney functions will be the next step. ...Read more
What do you mean....: By low. Eosinophils are not terribly abundant to begin with, and most problems that arise related to eosinophils occur because of having too many, not too few. Their normal function in the immune system is to fight parasitic infection. Elevated eos are characteristic of atopic (allergic) conditions and a few other pathological states such as loefflers syndrome and adrenal insufficiency. ...Read more
Healthy reflex: As pressure drops pump speeds up to maintain pressur keep brain alive happens every time we stand otherwise we would all pass out as the. Blood heads for our feet we are wonderfully made. ...Read more
I am able to attain an erection. How is this possible when there is decreased blood flow to my penis in flaccid state with penile shortening?
Hydraulics 101: Hydraulics 101. If the blood (the hydraulic fluid) leaving the penis is leaving even slower than the decreased blood flow entering the penis, there will still be increasing hydraulic pressure in the penis. It's just physics... more hydraulic pressure means a firmer or growing penis. ...Read more
How could I get decreased kidney function at such a young age without having diabetes or high blood pressure and no in my family has it. Is it common?
The only info I have from my gpShould a dry cough tachycardia and decreasd breathing I have to go for xrays and blood tests in 3 days time. Worry? Or no
Mgt: The testing is indicated for a number of different conditions being considered. If your heart rate is quite high, then an EKG can be added to the workup. ...Read more
Please repost: WHY were you seen n er? It matters, you know. Were told by whom? How did they see this "tiny spot? " what did they mean by decreased blood flow? Did you ask? Did you ask THEM if its a aneurysm? what did they tell you? Did they instruct you to follow up with your family doctor? If yes, have you done so? As it stands, your post is a masterpiece of vagueness. ...Read more
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