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Is high blood sugars always a sign of diabetes? In other words an my high blood sugars be high and I don't have diabetes?
High sugars=diabetes: I hear you when you ask "do I really have diabetes? " but the definition of diabetes is elevated blood sugars. The cause of the elevated sugars is either the inability of Insulin to get your sugars out of the blood circulation into your cells -insulin resistance - or from failure of the pancreas to produce enough insulin. The elevated sugars can do damage so just use it as a life challenge. ...Read more
Same as anywhere: The thing in question is not there. Not present. Ask the provider who ordered the tests for an explanation of the results. It's part of the services from providers to complete the stage of diagnostic evaluation. Ask - if you do't understand - say so and they might make it simpler. Best! ...Read more
What to do if I have found many concerning blood, but can't find the word ' transfusion ' how can you explain that?
Error?: I just tried and found a lot. Perhaps was misspelled or included other marks ('? "/-) or letters? Try again. If don't succeed, can always ask your question as a new question. ...Read more
My sister says that ever since she took meds for high blood pressure the words on a page move when she's reading. Is it the meds or something else?
Depends: It depends on the exact medication she's taking, the dose, the other meds she takes, and her overall medical condition. A simple neurologic exam would be revealing as well. ...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?
Blood Smear (Erythrocyte) shows normocytic normochromic. Although it does not have the word Aneamia, is it same with normocytic normochromic Aneamia?
I just received my blood test. It flagged "lymphocytosis granulocytopenia". What does it mean? I noticed some bolded words. LYM 44.5, GRA 48.5, MPV 6.9
Lymphocytosis simply means higher Lymphocyte [LYM] count.
On the other hand granulocytopenia means lower Neutrophil [GRA]count.
We have white blood cells [WBC] in our blood which are supposed to protect us from infections. It is very important that number and rations are maintained properly by our bone marrow where these blood cells are produced.
please let me know the rest of the blood report ...Read more
Can I get a small tattoo while on blood thinners? It'd 5 words, on my ribs. I am on 5mg of eliquis.
Suggest that NO TATTOO is worth bleeding and I doubt you will find a tattoo professional willing to risk it!
My Opinion Only'
Dr Z ...Read more
How the size of arm cuff would affect the reading of blood pressure? I have a arm size 8.5 in. If I use the blood pressure monitor with arm cuff range 9-13 ins. How would the readings affect the accuracy? In other words, would the reading be over rated or
4 weeks ago I've been having stomach pains, constant urges to go and loose stools but there is no blood but I'm worried and I hope it's not the C word?
My blood test results say my CRP is 5.8, I have had a brain tumor before so when I look up this up I have seen the word cancer and that's where my mind goes. What does a 5.8 CRP mean?
I have had headaches, nausea, tiredness, blood suar around 50, and then high in 200, dizzy, blurry eyes and some times can't spit my words out.?
18, male, tingly hands&feet, dizzy, tremors, some coordination issues, stumbles on some words, lost weight, hot flashes. 4 blood tests, 2 MRI's- clean?
TINGLING & DIZZINESS:
SEE A NEUROLOGIST SOONEST!
ESPECIALLY IF IT HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR SOME TIME! ...Read more
I take 4-5 asprin daily for headachs. Today I took a physical fitness test for work and after words I had extreme burning in my throat. Several hours later I threw up black blood. I'm not dizzy or any other symptoms. Your opinion?
Could be serious: Aspirin is well-known for causing bleeding ulcers in the upper GI tract. This can be life-threatening if it does not stop, so go see a doctor now. ...Read more
Hypertension: Hi! If your question is what to do about high blood pressure, it is best to see your primary care physician for an exam and some blood tests. There are many causes of elevated blood pressure, and the treatment depends on the cause. But, it is not healthy to have persistently elevated bp, so it's time to go to your doctor. ...Read more
Mostly red: Freshly drawn out of body, blood is just red. Bright red. The red cells are made from substance heme and appear red. The white blood cells actually appear a bit white but there are few white cells in comparison so not visible unless the blood is spun down. When spun down, the rest of the fluid is called plasma and it is relatively clear. Google up some images. Have fun learning. Good luck. ...Read more
Myoglobinuria: Very, dark urine with the color of cola could be due to the presence of myoglobin, which is a breakdown product of muscle cell. It can be caused by trauma, alcohol, medications, and vigorous exercises. It could indicate that you have rhabdomyolysis, which could lead to kidney failure. Another cause would be blood (as in uti) or bilirubin in the urine (as in liver disease). Should be checked. ...Read more
Not exactly: It usually increases heart rate and blood pressure and this can cause flow problems (like stroke / heart attack), not from actual "thickening" of the blood. Erol ; nida (http://www. Drugabuse. Gov/publications/drugfacts/spice-synthetic-marijuana) among other websites have more information on these substances. ...Read more
Variations on red: Arterial blood and capillary blood are bright red, as oxygen imparts a strong red color to the heme group. Deoxygenated blood is a darker shade of red; this is present in veins, and can be seen during blood donation and when venous blood samples are taken. Blood in carbon monoxide poisoning is bright red, because carbon monoxide causes the formation of carboxyhemoglobin. ...Read more
Imbalance: Normally, people have acid production from metabolic activities that goes to blood and gets neutralized by alkali produced by kidneys. In kidney failure, acid is noted in blood since it is not neutralized. Other cases include diabetes type i, chronic diarrhea, certain meds, sepsis with blood infection, and respiratory (ventillatory) failure among other more rare causes. ...Read more
Low carb diet: Hi! Many things can affect your blood sugar. Most importantly, control of body weight, regular exercise, and a diet low in sugar and carbs will have the greatest impact. If you have a monitor to check your sugar at home, it will assist you in trending how your lifestyle affects your sugars. Reduce intake of soda, alcohol, juice, rice, potato, bread, and desserts! ...Read more