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My C-Peptid was 1.9 (norm range 0.5-1.9).After a diet it became 1, 06. does it mean that it was not a health problem regarding C-peptid?
All: Are normal values and probably not a health issue ...Read more
Norm body temp use to be 98.7 but for last month it changed to 97 something is this concerning since its a change to normal body temp?
No: A normal school-aged child who is growing - eating - sleeping - behaving normally, and who has no symptoms... is normal. The reading on a thermometer doesn't matter. Avoid checking temperatures of normal children. However, if somebody checked a temperature and got a reading outside the normal range, he may ask the pediatrician if anything is unusual. (5% of normal people are outside normal range) ...Read more
My periodos are normal but I get them on the 27 th of each month but this june I got it on the 8th of june and this july I got it the 2 is this norm?
What could cause 6+ months of high temp? My norm is around 98.0 (oral), but since june I haven't gone more than a few days w/o hitting 99.5-100. (more details re: symptoms, tests and stuff in profile.
I am a 59 year old male with no history of hbp in the last 6mths it has gone up to164/96 what is the norm for my age?
I'm new to BC and I'm experiencing bleeding this is my last week today I begin the last row of my pills is this norm?
I woke up with 96.6 degree body temperature. What's the lowest it should be before I worry? I know 98.6 is the 'norm'.
Not to worry: It is normal for the body's temperature to drop overnight. Many of the metabolic functions go into a baseline mode, so less energy is needed and thus less heat produced. Understand also that an oral temperature is influenced by many factors and may not accurately reflect the core temperature. Don't worry too much about a low oral reading if you are feeling ok otherwise. ...Read more
2nd month on a workout plan with weights and cardio. Last 4 weeks only lost 2lbs : (but 11 inches, what is the norm for inches lost?
Is it norm to wonder what it would feel like to commit suicide? I wonder about this daily. 2 failed attempts in past but never treated.
No, not "norm": Most people have had at least fleeting thoughts of suicide at some point in their lives, but having these daily is a danger sign. Even more alarming is the fact that you've attempted to kill yourself twice in the past -- yet have not sought help. Please see a psychiatrist asap for evaluation of these thoughts and how you are feeling. There is help, and you can come to appreciate your life. ...Read more
I need help with a science project please? I know that this usually isn't in the norm but I would really appreciate it. Thanks! (Pharmacy)
Science Project: It is difficult for us to do the research for you. If it is just a question that we can answer in 400 characters that is fine. However, researching statistics, etc can be done by you on the web. ...Read more
I get headaches maybe once every week or two and I'm a 25 year old male. I believe the norm is 1-2 headaches per year. Any suggestions to fix this?
Primary or secondary:
Headaches are classified as primary or secondary. Primary headaches do not have an organic cause. After neuroimaging and physical examination have excluded secondary, management depends upon the particular type of headache that is present.
Rec. See a headache or orofacial pain specialist to prevent transformation of an episodic headaches into a chronic daily headache. ...Read more
What can cause to have bun/creatinin ratio elevated. My test resul bun 18 norma 6-20, creatinin 0.63 norma0.57-1 and bun/creat ratio 29 norm 35-155?
My grandma's 86 n a bit sick. Last nite, she keep scolding me about how I'm late 4 school but it was 3am. She didn't stop until mornin. Is it norm 4 her?
No, not normal: Is your grandma in the position of taking care of you? Please talk with your parents about this, because it sounds like your grandma needs to see her physician for a comprehensive evaluation. Various illnesses can show up this way in elderly people -- can be anything from a urinary tract infection causing confusion, to a mini-stroke, to a more longstanding dementing process. All need help. ...Read more
It's not normal.:
There are several possibilities but a ph of 9.0 is very high. Possibilities include:
medications you're taking (including supplements and otc meds)
renal issues like renal tubular acidosis
you really need to have it checked again and compare it to blood work. ...Read more
From where?: Drainage from where? Cannot answer question if I don't know where drainage is from! ...Read more
Depends: Depending on your build, you may be able to feel your lymph nodes, but not generally. If you have enlarging nodes (especially nontender), make sure you monitor this and see your doctor. ...Read more
Super gassier than norm when hungry. Bout of gastritis recently. Related? Why do I get gassier w/o food?
It appears my Basophiles and monocytes are out of norm. Ten year graph shows flux. Should I be concerned? Rbc H also.
Stop worrying: White cell absolute counts fluctuate wildly from hour to hour. Reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthy folks fall outside. Unless abnormal forms are seen on the smear, or counts are very far from the reference range, you have no reason to be concerned. ...Read more
Embarassing, but my urine is green for the last 2 days. I've not eaten anything with dye in it, or anything out of the norm. Help?
Difficult to say why: Different food reactions however alter the pH of urine without having to have eaten dye in food. The change of pH would render a substance more soluble in urine and that may change the color. Remember in science class the litmus paper changes color with change of ph. If lots of veg, dairy, or tea pH goes up. Lots of meat, pops, limeade, would decrease pH (acid). Change the diet and color prob will. ...Read more
I find it unusual and somewhat troubling that my pcp doesn't physically examine me on the rare occasion I go in...Is this the "new norm?
Unfortunately: The majority of physicians in practice at this time do not spend adequate time communicating and doing physical exam on patients. Several reasons. Physicians are not being reimbursed as much from insurance companies for their services and have to see more patients to make their living. It is faster to order blood tests and imaging studies. These are not always indicated. Thorough physical exam helps. ...Read more
My norm + opk is cd11/12 but I got ewcm again so I tested on Cd15 (hadn't tested this cycle) at midnight an got a + opk. Is it accurate so late?
I forgot having a conversation with someone yesterday! And I didn't even remember seeing another person!? Should I be worried? I norm hv a gd mem!
Anxiety? Get evaluat:
Were tests normal? How often or only time. Keep track. If on medications go over events with the doctor. Check blood pressure first sitting then standing, morning, afternoon, evening, bedtime for one week and record in a log. Also record arm pit temperature readings each time and pulse readings. Show your dr. Ask dr. To do mini-mental exam. Might need neuropsych testing if sx
persist. ...Read more