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Oxygen Normal Male Senior
17 year old active male run 4/5 mi daily,ekg, echo, chest X-ray,blood work normal peak flow meter normal feel lack of air and chest pain for 3 months?
During exercise?: If symptoms only occur during exercise could be exercise induced asthma, narrowing of airways in lungs triggered by strenuous exercise. It causes shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing and discomfort during or after exercise. Treatment can be gotten with medications and certain ways of controlling temperature prior to workouts. ...Read more
49 yr old Male is a Full Blood count a
Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV) of:
91.2fL ( Range 80.00-100.00fL) Normal in B12 Result in UK?
Rbc count is 4.6 mill/mm3 ,hemoglobin count is 13.6 g/dL. lymphocytes-14.30 % monocytes12.1%having dyspnea,I am 19 year old man.is this normal level?
Normal but: These are normal but you don't mention your total white blood cell count which is crucial for assessing if you have an infection. Moreover, the hemoglobin is only 1 of many parameters necessary to assess shortness of breath .What is your oxygen saturation at rest and after a 6 minute walk? Chest x-ray? FEV1 (forced expiratory volume in 1 second)?, BNP, TSH, EKG, and echo results? Much work to do! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are treatments of enlarged left atrium? Normal valves. Healthy 54 yr old male, 25 #s overweight, normal blood pressure, high stress.
Is it a problem?: An enlarged left atrium is a problem if one has an arrhythmia. Then it is important to search for the underlying cause. Sometimes mild elevations of systolic or diastolic blood pressure can cause the heart muscle to become stiff; the left atrial pressure rises, its size increasing. Subtle valve problems, arrhythmias, athleticism and rare genetic problems are others. A cardiologist can help. ...Read more
52 yr old male. 6ft 185lbs. Increased HDL otherwise healthy. No meds. Desk job. Golfs 3 x month. Bp 123/81 oxygen 98 but resting pulse 98. Concern?
No: The pulse is just a number. It's quite variable. I trust you're taking advantage of fitness opportunities. Best wishes. ...Read more
30-year-old athletic female who engages in regular physical activity and eats very healthy. My hemotology report indicated MCV 100 and MCH 33.3 why?
Ho Ho Ho !!: I'm not a Hematologist.In fact,I'm not even a dermatologist!But the numbers you gave to this plain ol' tired,run-of the-mill ER doc don't worry him.Yes a tad high maybe(I don't have your particular lab's statistics--like maybe that would be low normal in the valley of the Jolly Green Giant)but not high enough to bother me.Someone will suggest taking B vitamins,but if you are not anemic,don't worry ...Read more
Normal BP: Normal BP for any adult is approximately 120/80 but BPs vary throughout the day and under different conditions. If your BP is consistently higher, you should consider seeking medical attention. You may need some form of treatment or at least close monitoring. If it is lower than that and you feel fine and you are not dizzy and you have no trouble exercising - it is probably normal for you. ...Read more
Reference range: What method was used for the test? What is reference range for the test? Different methods give different results. All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
17 year old male ekg,blood work, peak flow meter, chest X-ray, echo, all normal still have chest discomfort at times short breath, BP 117/80
Asthma.: It's great that all your testing has been fine, but you may need more specific testing to elucidate the cause of your symptoms. For example, for asthma the peak flow in your baseline state may simply not be accurate enough. The best test for this would be a pulmonary function test with a methacholine challenge. And for the heart (unlikely but possible), stress test better than 2D Echo. ...Read more
Oxygen: Unfortunately, this is a hard question to answer. "normal" oxygen depends on a persons age, smoking history, lung and heart history, altitude of location and anemia. If you are short of breath and worried about oxygen levels, please see your local physician to see what is right for your situation. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Normal range for d-dimer is <500ng/ml feu. Would 590 be normal for male person who is 61 years old? For person older > 50 does formula age x 10 apply?
Not a usual test: You are asking the wrong question. A D-dimer is unlike other tests in that you need a reason to obtain one. This reason impacts the interpretation. There is not a normal level that you "should be" just walking around. This test is a screening mechanism for people with suspected blood clots and even in that situation it has to be applied correctly. Speak to the Dr who ordered it. ...Read more
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