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Is Engorged Breasts A Symptom Of Normal 05 Mo
What could cause milky green dual nipple galactorrhea in a male with normal prolactin levels? Ongoing since age 13. Nipples are never stimulated.
Not worrisome: It sounds like this has been going on for a while (12 years). That, and the bilaterality, suggest that this is not something you need to be worried about. Figuring out what the cause is harder. Are the breasts enlarged (gynecomastia)? Are there any medications? Has anyone confirmed galactorrhea (not all discharges contain milk). Assay for altered forms of prolactin (macroprolactin). ...Read more
Intermittent fever for a month. Comes at night, the highest it generally reached is 99.4. 97.7-98.7 is my normal range. CBC, thyroid, and mono neg. ?
Heavy lumpy tender breasts for 6/7 weeks had period lasted. A week which is unusual is there a chance of pregancy with these symptoms?
Is it possible to suffer from hypothyroidism with a TSH within normal range. My TSH is 1.1, but I had a thyroid ultrasound and have a 0.5 cm mass?
Technically.......: but it would be highly unlikely. If the brain doesnt put out enough TSH, the level of that is low to normal and the other hormones are quite low (thyroid NOT stimulated by TSH). the mass is perhaps NOT related because they are pretty common anyway. ...Read more
Thyroid function: Tsh is the most sensitive test to show any abnormality in thyroid function. Yours is in normal range. ...Read more
LOW BLOOD PRESSURE FOR TWO MONTH CRP IS 16 (NORMAL IS UP TO 5) ESR IS 24 (NORMAL TO 20)ALL ANOTHER BLOOD TESTS IS NORMAL COULD IT ANY TYPE CANCER?
Gynecomastia breast tenderness has lasted over yr. Mammogram findings normal/benign with f/u scheduled. Is time abnormal. Finasteride caused.
See answer: Finasteride-induced gynecomastia, either uni- or bi- lateral, is one of the potential side effects of Finasteride (f) that likely does not get the attention it deserves. Usually improves or resolves after stopping f but not always. Almost always benign, but rare cases of breast cancer have been reported. Usual treatment: observation only; surgery if bothersome; ?Anti-estrogen pill if painful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Darkening of the nipples is not typically considered a sign of PMS ...Read more
Is it normal for a 23 year old male to start showing signs of submandibular gland ptosis? Glands have been visible and palpable for years w/ no pain.
Possible: Possible see ENT. Specialist for diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
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
Normal is 370: You are just barely in the green assuming your normal peak flow is 370. A number of assumptions. You probably have some underlying disorder like asthma or COPD causing your peak flow to be lower? Green means that you are ok, yellow range would be from 300 to 185 and below 185 is the red range. Red range, seek medical attention. Yellow range - you should have a plan with your regular physician. ...Read more
A diabetic and hypertensive women is on 100mcg thyroxine whose t-4 is normal but TSH is abnormal.What is the reason behind this ?
Need more detail: Need to know the exact lab values more clinical information to give a specific answer. Some of the possibilities include- a. Early checking of labs within 1-2 weeks of replacement ( T4 normalizes before tsh) b. Missing dose of levothyroxine intermittently c.Hypothyroidism because of pituitary problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a TSH of 0.7 normal? or is it a little bit low? could it cause hyperactivity symptoms? suppose that FT4 and FT3 are normal.
Your lab: results are TOTALLY NORMAL. RELAX!!Get a more detailed answer ›
Had f/u u/s for area in breast that came back as lactation changes -- 3 months later lesion is less obvious and a bit smaller... Is this a good?
Yes: Smaller is good! have you recently been pregnant and stopped lactating? That would explain the changes. Make sure you follow up with your provider as the recommend ...Read more
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