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Gelatin Allergy In A 10 Month Old
Does t4 and tsh levels fluctuate? My t4 free is 1.0 (0.9-1.8ng/dl) and tsh is 0.88 (0.35-5.5) 1 month ago they were t4, 1.4 and tsh, 1.06
They will fluctuate.: The thyroid gland responds to whatever may be going on physiologically in the body, and as such these numbers may vary a bit day to day, or even hour to hour. As long as these variations are within the limits of normal, then you're likely to be OK. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
14 mo old boy: chest cough-6months. Noisy breathing since birth. Red, watery eyes-6months. Proj vomit 2 wks. 10 ear infctions. No allergies. Why sick?
ENT evaluation: A history of frequent ear infections and noisy breathing makes me concerned about large tonsils and adenoids. An evaluation by an ENT would be helpful. The cough and vomiting may be related to an ear infection, although it is difficult to know for sure without examining him. ...Read more
Hello,My baby is 22months old having fever103 cough LABS:serum IgE level 310 ,MP (ICT)negative,CXR minimal perihilar infiltration , taking antibiotic?
Sounds viral: Most viral infections, such as influenza, can give high fevers and cough with a similar chest x-ray pattern. Unless your child has a high WBC, respiratory distress, is immunosuppressed or has fever over 5-7 days, I would continue to treat symptomatically with fever and fluid management as antibiotics are not helpful for viral infections. I hope your child feels better soon. ...Read more
RPR +ve, TPHA 1:640.Monocef 1gm IV 10 days + minoz 100, twice for 16 days. after 1 yr, vdrl +ve at R1 dilution,TPHA 1:160. Doc says all fine. all ok?
It s high: However if this titter has remained the same for a year you should be fine ...Read more
Prolactinoma ?Have 28yr old daughter post 10 yr birth control.6 mos no menses.Blood wk indicates prolactin @57 Other poss.causes?
Prolactin elevation: A prolactin of 57 is elevated, and can disrupt menstrual cycles, but does not necessarily mean a pituitary tumor. There are many other causes of mildly high prolactin, including many medications, nipple/chest wall stimulation and hypothyroidism. If it is a prolactinoma, it is likely a very small one. Best to see an Endocrinologist. ...Read more
High AST (67). Normal ALT, BILI, ALP, TP. Previous AST (3months ago) 37. ECG normal. High potassium (54). Normal Stress 3 months ago. EF% 56. Ideas?
56 year old (arthritis, lichen sclerosis, yeast) normal blood work except sed rate (42) and alk phos (121) vitamin d 23.9. What are the implications?
Can't be sure.: Blood work without context can be very misleading. Your doc should be able to explain why they drew these tests and what they think of the results. I might be concerned about the alk phos or ESR if you had a lot of symptoms, but if you are feeling well I am not much concerned. I would suggest that you take 1000 iu vit d each day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chronic hives X 9months. Have been using Splenda X over 10 years. Labs and skin test normal. IgE normal. Can I develop a sudden allergy to Splenda?
Unlikely: This can easily be determine by stopping it. If your hives persist then you can rule that out as the cause. Chronic hives are a very itchy and one of the most frustrating conditions when no cause is found which is most often the case. The good news is that it will most likely go away one day but no one can tell you when. ...Read more
4month old baby with secondary lactose intolerence having scrambled egg consistency poo after an episode of diarrhea.Is it normal?
Probably: No blood? Baby acting fine and eating normal? No fevers? Probably a bowel movement moving back towards the normal bowel movements the child was having before the episode of diarrhea. Check a couple more and see how they are. As long as the baby is acting fine and eating well, not too much to worry about. ...Read more
Had a systemic reaction to hair dye 2 months ago. Suspect allergy to ppd. Still sick. Headaches, diarrhea every morning, lost 10 pounds.?
Unlikely the PPDA: Allergic reactions to ppda (para-phenylenediamene) found in most permanent hair dyes can be profound, prolonged and severe. If you are still having those types of symptoms you need to see your doctor to make sure something else is not going on. Don't just assume it the PPD reaction two months after. Good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergic rhinitis, allergy vaccine shots for 18 months, IgE 850, bone&muscle pain, fingers deform, taking ca&vitamins but no improvement.Is mastocytosis ?
Symptomatic hashimoto's. No treatment yet. Tsh was 3.8. Eight weeks later TSH 1.8 and free T4 is 1.0. Treat or not?
Normal TFTs: The thyroid blood levels are normal. The hashi will eventually burn out the thyroid, but the thyroid is still working at this point. ...Read more
Viral symptoms 3 weeks. EBV tests- IGg- 775.0, IGm <10.0, Nucl IGg <3.0, Early antigen 22.7 ( norm 0.0- 10) Rectivation or current. CBC w/diff normal..thank?
EBV/IM: suggests active exposure to infections mononucleosis. Get repeat mon- spot tests from your physician and make an appointment for further evaluation. ...Read more
My 10 mo old has lot vomiting and diarrhea after 5 days of antibiotics. It's 5 ml 2x a day for 10 day course for mild ear infection . What to do?
Low fever 99.2 -99.8 for last week. 3mm thyroid nodule, low vitamin d, clean X-ray occasional thyroid swelling, night sweats, itching. Mold allergy?
Tsh with reflex free T4 1.09, free T4 1.00 t3 (liothyronine) total 91 .Feel horrible very weak, hair falling, weight gain endo and GP said I'm fine no further tests?
10 year old girl with regular fatigue and low grade fevers (99.3-100.4) blood tests norm. Except: neutrophil -60.0, lymphocytes 26.5 any ideas?
Not enough info: The physical exam is very important. Has there been weight loss, diarrhea, joint pains, poor resilience, changes in academics? Iron and nutritional status? Other medical illnesses such as diabetes, asthma, chronic tonsillitis, heart disease. Persistent low grade fever in a child deserves a thorough and exhaustive evaluation until the cause is found. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6-mnth old baby; mornin stool normal: big bout-yellow semi-solid; during the day: 2-3x small watery yellow/green stools. Y? Due 2 introducin new food?
Blood protein low 5.8; lymphs high 47% rel/3.8 abs. Fasting glucose 95; non is only 77. Past high liver #s now normal. Rbc ok, stools neg for infect. Eating plenty. Persistent bloody stool. Causes?
10 week old exclusively breast-fed baby, started having frequent green stools with mucous, immediately after his 2 months vaccinations. Normal ?
Color changes in : Infants' stools as the intestine becomes colonized with new bacteriae, until they become "adult" brown. See pediatrician for green liquid stools, especially with fever, mucus can be benign, from swallowed saliva or mucus if he has a cold. If he is fretful, not feeding or gaining weight well, check for malabsorption or food allergy. It's very unlikely that immunizations are related in any way. ...Read more
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