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Microscopic If Positive
No: A urine microscopic test means the lab staff or machine looks at the urine sample with a microscope, to look for things in the urine, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, kidney cells, bladder cells, bacteria, yeast, other organisms, and various crystals. Maybe if there was a very unique type of crystal that was created by a unique drug, one could say that drug was seen in the urine. ...Read more
Pregnancy test: I am unaware thtat microscopic hematuria can cause a false postive on a pregnancy test. ...Read more
24 y/o male. Positive for trace non-hemolyzed blood on dipstick urinalysis. Everything else normal. Microscopic urinalysis next or don't worry?
Wouldn't worry: If your physician isn't worried, I wouldn't be. Just exercising can do this. ...Read more
Urinalysis with microscopic exam says urine protein 30mg/dl and urine biliruban positive. Says"comment:result confirmed" nxt to bili. No blood no dehy?
Need clarification: We need a lot more information on the type of protein, on the cell count, Cass, and other substance seen in the urine. You need to have the urine repeated, best first thing in the morning when your hydration allows a concentrated urine. You also need some blood testing to clarify and possibly further analysis. Your physician may have to send you to a nephrologist. ...Read more
Urinalysis w/reflex to microscopic-pH was 5.0, protein +1, ketone +1, urobilinogen +2, nitrite was positive, Leuk esterase +2. What does this mean?
Tough question: I do not think you can find an answer here. Depending on your beliefs you may be better off talking to a spiritual leader, religious or not. They may be better at guiding you at focusing on the positives in life. ...Read more
Behavior attention: In terms of helping kids with behavioral problems, positive reinforcement is a great way to promote desirable behaviors. Negative behaviors may be "accidently" reinforced by paying them too much attention, so it's best to ignore most negative, non- violent behaviors. Check out: parenting the kids according to a child psychiatrist- on kindle. ...Read more
Rh D positive: Rh is a blood grouping system like ABO system. Rh is taken from rhesus monkey. There are specific proteins called antigens on rbcs. They are termed a, b, c, d, e and so on. There are many of them. It means that antigen d is present on the rbcs surface. The rh system is important in hemolytic anemia of newly born babies. Thanks. ...Read more
Although a number of ati-viral medications have been tried there is no "cure" for dengue...SUPPORTIVE treatment (fluids, anti-fever medications) are the accepted treatment for this mainly AFRICAN viral infection!
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The blood of Group O type in the ABO system.
It is weakly positive for Rhesus factor in Rh system. Of all practical purposes the person is O+ve. It is neither good nor bad. It is just one of the blood group types. ...Read more
Coping methods: There are many - good self care that includes proper sleep, activity and hobbies, and overall healthy eating. With regard to work, achieving a good work-life balance as far as time. Other self care tips include, having good social support, continued personal development and learning (ie, taking a class in something fun interesting). Consider looking up models of holistic wellness for more ideas. ...Read more
Not real: This mostly - and often - happens with women whose cycles are longer and irregular. Ironically, the OPK is less reliable for them, and these are the women who really need help from the opk. It might also be a bad kit. ...Read more
Maybe gluten-free: Microscopic colitis is a chronic, inflammatory condition of the colon (large intestine) that causes watery diarrhea and sometimes abdominal pains. Some people benefit from a gluten-free diet, which is the diet followed by people with celiac disease. A gastroenterologist can help evaluate and see if a gluten-free diet would help. ...Read more
Yes: The reaction the next time around can be more prominent leading to significant pain and discomfort and, potentially, a scar. Once a person has had a positive PPD skin test, they should not have the test repeated. ...Read more
Yes: Not recommended, especially as a regular form of punishement. It suggests physical aggression is okay and becomes increasingly hard to use as children grow older. Non-physical consequences such as times out or loss of privileges have been shown both to be as or more effective and to produce much less strain on the parent/child relationship. ...Read more
It's possible: If you are using clomid, (clomiphene) you may get false positive's if done to early in the cycle. You should also do BBT charting to assure you are testing at the right time. When your BBT drops then suddenly rises, that it the time of greatest chance of ovulation and thus the time to repeat the OPK test. ...Read more
The same genes that cause adhd also cause entrepreneurship. Their high energy funneled in productive areas give a tremendous advantage over the non-adhd.
Moreover, they are out of the box thinkers. But they need to be following their passion or else they become inattentive and often in trouble. ...Read more
More negatives: If you're dying from an incurable disease can't eat & have lots of nausea, then mj is for you. Otherwise, mj is a disaster. Takes away motivation, reasoning, perception & persistence. Is definitely a "gateway" drug since mj users think its cool to smoke, then they're more willing to use other drugs. If you haven't used, don't. If you have, stop. ...Read more
Confusing question: Once you are hbv positive, hbv vaccines do not treat the disease or change your status. The vaccine for hepatitis a might be worthwhile as a way of protecting you from an aggravating liver infection. Other vaccines for other diseases have their own benefits. Positive hbv status does not interfere with their value. ...Read more
Depends: You need to know your hcv genotype. Genotype 2 is the easiest to treat now with pegylated interferon (an injection) plus ribavirin. In less than a year, we will likely have all-oral treatment with 90+ percent cure rates. Genotype 3 is harder to treat with peg-ifn plus rbv. Genotype 1 requires peg-ifn plus rbv plus a protease inhibitor such as telaprevir or boceprevir. All oral is 2 years away. ...Read more
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