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Normal 10 Mo Sensitive Nipples
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?
Hyperthyroid and positive antibodies at 7 months postpartum. By 10 months pp my thyroid was normal. Tsh always normal before pregnancy.hashimotos?
Postpartum thyroid: There is a condition known as postpartum thyroiditis which, in contradistinction to most thyroiditis, begins with a period of HYPERthyroidism as you describe. It is most common in women who had pre-existing thyroid antibodies in their blood but normal TSH/normal thyroid function. Usually no treatment is required. This whole scenario is likely related to Hashimoto's. Antibodies likely to remain. ...Read more
I have discharge from breast darker nipples prominent veins bumps around nipples very tired may 5 spotted until the 10 very light may 13 normal flow?
Breast discharge: May be normal....better you be seen by a specialist....contact your doctor ASAP ...Read more
Sore breasts, enlarged nipples two days after ovu, ( today 13dpo ) it's 10 times worse than normal and light bleeding, not like my period, pregnant?
50% tile if a boy: If your baby is a boy- this length is at 50%tile meaning 50% of children this age are larger, 50% smaller. If your baby is a girl, this length is at the 75% tile- meaning she is a bit longer than other children her age. Lengths between 10% to 95% tile are considered normal. Docs also look at weight and head circumference at the same time. Your doc will look at growth trends at each well check. ...Read more
Breast tenderness w: Pms can begin 1 to 2 weeks prior to your period. ...Read more
Baby born 20 weeks ago, pp bleed stopped at 6 w.Started spotting at 8 w, most days bright red when wiping, occ shows on liner.Pelvic u/s normal. Causes?
Irregular periods > 1 year, orange nipple discharge 6mos, &self-diagnosed fibrocystic breasts 6mos. Quit breastfeeding 1.5 yrs ago. What's happening?
Failure to ovulate: Irregular periods usually are because of irregular or unpredictable ovulation, also known as pcos, which is an acronym for polycystic ovarian syndrome. In your particlular case, pregnancy needs to be ruled out and you probably need to see your health care providet to make obtain a diagnosis and treatment plan. About 1% of patients with your symptoms would have an elevated prolactin causing this. ...Read more
I have 10 palpable lymph nodes (8 in H&N). Blood results normal. Asymptomatic. First one appeared 7 years ago, #10 1 week ago. No infection atm.
Healthy Immunity: I am shocked that no physician has calmed you down and explained that you are normal; your situation represents a healthy immune system and that you should ABSOLUTELY not be worrying about this. Our immune systems keep us from getting sick every single day. It is always fighting off bacteria, parasites, viruses and other foreign material. If one is thing they can often feel their active nodes. ...Read more
Hep C? Single M2M exposure (receptive/likely safe) 7 mos ago. CBC and liver/kidney normal 2 mos ago. HIV neg 1 mo ago. Ultrasound normal 2 wks ago. Abdominal discomfort for 1 mo, been more on rite side last week-10 days. Stressing big time.
Unlikely: sexual transmission of hepatitis c is uncommon, though never say never. An initial manifestation may result in liver inflammation but you would be jaundiced. That inflammation will resolve after a time and then go into a latent stage; at any time from the initial manifestation onward it can be detected and treated. Get liver function tests and hep c antibody, if normal/negative then no worries ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovulation: Your stool color shouldn't have any bearing on your pregnancy status. That many pregnancy tests can't be wrong and you should see a doctor to discuss your missed period and swollen breasts. You may not have ovulated and have a ovarian cyst that is still secreting hormones and causing your breast changes. Birth control pills may be helpful. ...Read more
Noticed last few cbc my lymphocytes went from 1.6 1.4 1.2 1.0 and now 0.8 low wbc 5.7 and 4.9 .felling fine. Is this normal lymphocyte behavior?
Numbers are numbers: The rest of the story is needed, as these test result themselves don't mean anything... without hearing the rest of the story. One's regular doctor, who knows why a blood test was ordered and who has examined the patient, can be helpful here. Otherwise, these numbers are just numbers... could be anything, or could be nothing. Can use HealthTap PRIME to talk to a live doctor so resolve this issue. ...Read more
I just stopped nursing (exclusive for 10 months). My period came back 6 months postpartum. I'm now 2 months late, neg pg test. Suggestions?
My cervix is low, 5 months post partum and breast feeding although my periods have returned. It's uncomfortable for over a week. Normal pap done recen?
Pelvic relaxation: After having children, the ligaments that support the uterus (and cervix along with it) can be less strong than before, and for some women their pelvic organs (uterus, bladder, etc) can 'fall' (or prolapse). The fact that your delivery was relatively recent (and the fact that you are still breastfeeding), means you may get some improvement in this 'stretching' over time. It doesn't sound worris. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a tubal 10 yrs ago. Monthly menstrual usually normal/typical. Just finished a 2 week long menstrual. 1 wk later-still swollen, tender breast. ?
3 sets of bloods normal. Ultra normal. Ct normal. Liver pain for 8 mths due to drinkin heavy for 7 mths. Quit drinkin. How likely tests miss somethin?
Depends: Congratulations on quitting drinking! It depends what kind of tests were submitted, but in general liver function tests can be hard to interpret. Even livers with normal labs can have some underlying dysfunction that only comes to light when there is another insult (alcohol, medication, blood pressure, or obesity to name a few). Continued healthy choices should serve you well! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prolactin remains elevated (48ng/mL) over a month after lactation ceased and now suddenly higher TSH? (2.9) TSH was normal (1.4) one month ago.
Prolactin elevation: The modest elevation in prolactin is not a concern so soon after lactation has stopped. Depending on duration of lactation, it may take months for prolactin to normalize. TSH changes are also within expectations. Suggest you repeat in 6 months. Sooner if spontaneous lactation resumes. ...Read more
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