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Normal pt high ptt means?

Normal pt high ptt means?

See below: Could be normal such as pts with lupus anti-coagulant or a bleeding disorder ( von willebrand ) ; rec go see a hematologist to eval. ...Read more

Dr. Afshine Emrani
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Inr (Definition)

Could mean interventional neuro radiology which is minimally invasive field, or international normalized ration which is a lab ...Read more


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Sed rate 88, anemic, high neutrophils low lymphocytes, mpv. Ptt inr normal. renal stenosis. Is aspirin/plavix/pentoxifyllin/lipitor ok for blood flow?

Sed rate 88, anemic, high neutrophils low lymphocytes, mpv. Ptt inr normal. renal stenosis. Is aspirin/plavix/pentoxifyllin/lipitor ok for blood flow?

May be but: appears you have a complex medical problem. Your physician is going to be able to answer this better than we can because your physician has all your background information. The medicine you are can help improve blood flow and sometimes people depending on their clinical status might even require an acquaintance. But there's no way that I can say that with the information you've given us. You nhey appears you have a complex medical problem. Your physician is going to be able to answer this better than we can because your physician has all your background information. The medicine you are can help improve blood flow and sometimes people depending on their clinical status might even require Halekuai cons. But there's no way that I can say that with the information you've given us. You need to go to one who knows you best your physician. ...Read more

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Hemoglobin drops 1 pr after every blood test. ferritin high tibc iron normal tsat 12%. hem says no iron def? pt ptt slightly prolonged. further tests?

Hemoglobin drops 1 pr after every blood test. ferritin high tibc iron normal tsat 12%. hem says no iron def? pt ptt slightly prolonged. further tests?

Follow MD advice: 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. Having said that, do you have any symptoms? It is the patient who needs to be treated, not lab results. ...Read more

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CBC test, MVC value is normal but MCH & MCHC below 2values than normal range,PCV 2% more than normal.hb&wbc normal.am feeling tied at evening time.

CBC test, MVC value is normal but MCH & MCHC below 2values than normal range,PCV 2% more than normal.hb&wbc normal.am feeling tied at evening time.

Lab values: There is nothing about these values that is either concerning or diagnostic. Lab data cannot be easily interpreted outside of the clinical context in which it is occurring and knowing why it was ordered. Fatigue can be due to many different causes and needs detailed professional evaluation if truly troublesome. ...Read more

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Eosinophils 7, serum bilirubin direct.42 total.83.All other cbc/lft/kft/crp test within normal range. Do strenuous exercise,healthy otherwise.concern?

Eosinophils 7, serum bilirubin direct.42 total.83.All other cbc/lft/kft/crp test within normal range. Do strenuous exercise,healthy otherwise.concern?

All good: 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. Having said that, none of your result is a cause for concern. 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

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My albumin, globulin values came slightly off in blood test. Albumin: 5.1 gm/dl (normal 3.5-4.8) globulin: 2.1 gm/dl (normal 2.5-3.2) shd i worry?

My albumin, globulin values came slightly off in  blood test.
Albumin:  5.1 gm/dl (normal 3.5-4.8)
globulin: 2.1 gm/dl (normal 2.5-3.2)

shd i worry?

How do you feel?: First thing to consider is dehydration. Next time you take the test, make sure you are well hydrated, even though you were asked to come fasting; that does not exclude drinking water. If you do not have symptoms, there is no need to worry. ...Read more

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Normal hb and normal wbc, normal platelet , slightly low RBC 4.4 ( range is 4.5-5.11) is this considered normal ?

Normal hb and normal wbc, normal platelet , slightly low RBC 4.4 ( range  is 4.5-5.11) is this considered normal ?

Lab variation: This is usually not alarming. It is usually considered lab variation. Most of the time the ordering physician considers the reason they ordered the test, and decides if the variation has any significance in relation to that reason. If so, then they sometimes re-order at a future date to see if it indicates a certain directional trend. ...Read more

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Creatinine level is 1.3mg/dl (range:0.8-1.3)..bun/creat ratio normal,electrolytes all normal, uric acid normal, urinalysis all normal.. any concern?

Creatinine level is 1.3mg/dl (range:0.8-1.3)..bun/creat ratio normal,electrolytes all normal, uric acid normal, urinalysis all normal..
any concern?

No: At your age, kidney function is usually starting to drop of. And/or you may simply be physically fit and decently muscled. When I was lifting weights daily, I ran 1.7-1.8. I see you have hepatitis C and cirrhosis. See if you can get into one of these new studies with the meds that usually cure it. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Hba1c-6.5, microalbumin cetatinine ratio 119mg/gm other readings are normal?

Hba1c-6.5, microalbumin cetatinine ratio 119mg/gm other readings are normal?

Proteinuria: The hba1c of 6.5% is consistent with overall good diabetes control. However, the microalbumin ratio is high, suggesting that you are leaking protein through your kidneys. This can be an early sign of diabetes affecting your kidneys. You should do a 24 hr urine collection for protein excretion to better assess this. You likely should be on a ace inhibitor or arb to help protect your kidneys. ...Read more

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(GP says VitB12Normal)True? Serum result 155 ng/L Range 130.00-800.00ng/LSerumFolate 12.2Range 4.00-20.00ug/L MPV 9.9fL Range 6.50-20.00fL Ferritin OK

(GP says VitB12Normal)True? Serum result 155 ng/L Range 130.00-800.00ng/LSerumFolate 12.2Range 4.00-20.00ug/L MPV 9.9fL Range 6.50-20.00fL
Ferritin OK

Anemia evaluation: Your doctor appears to have taken the "shotgun" approach to evaluation of anemia and ordered the common and easily fixable substances. It is usually more cost effective to start with the basic CBC values-- rbc count, MCV, and RDW and work selectively from there. Your normal values mean that if you match the reference population chances are low that these are indicative of disease. ...Read more

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Can you have lupus with completely normal bloodwork? ANA, ENA neg, Complement levels normal, CBC normal. ESR of 2 and normal CRP

Can you have lupus with completely normal bloodwork? ANA, ENA neg, Complement levels normal, CBC normal. ESR of 2 and normal CRP

ANA negative lupus: There is an entity called ANA negative lupus. Please visit this site for diagnostic criteria for SLE. From what you have described, it is unlikely that you have lupus. http://www.lupusresearchinstitute.org/lupus-facts/lupus-diagnosis ...Read more

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Hyper, Hypo, normal? My level (Tsh 0.793) Standard range 0.400-4.20 Units McIU/ml

Hyper, Hypo, normal? 

My level
(Tsh 0.793)

Standard range
0.400-4.20

Units
McIU/ml

Normal: Your tsh falls within the normal range; actually on the better half of the normal range. If you're still worried, check the free hormones as well but so far so good. ...Read more

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My lab results were normal for bun and creatinine however bun/creatinine ratio was high?

Possibly Dehydration: Thank goodness, your kidney function is normal. But any increase bun/creatinine ratio, typically > 20 could mean that you are dehydrated. ...Read more

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Explanations for elevated bilirubin ? (indirect high, direct normal)...also normal hemoglobin, low platelets, other liver function tests normal

Explanations for elevated bilirubin ?  (indirect high, direct normal)...also normal hemoglobin, low platelets, other liver function tests normal

Need more info: About 2-3% of otherwise normal people have elevated bilirubin, usually less than 5.0 mg/dL. Gilbert's disease is a usual cause and it despite disease in the name, it does not adversely affect a person's health. If you have any symptoms, it would be prudent to see your doctor. Consult this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/gilberts-syndrome/basics/definition/CON-20024904 ...Read more

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Rdw 16.2,mch 24.4,mchc31.9,hb11.9,ferritin 24 ng/ml,Iron 63 ug/dl,Tibc 360ug/dl,B12 429pg/ml.y is rdw high.no thalesemia, previos values normal.

Iron deficiency: RDW likely high because some cells are normal size, and some are abnormal (probably small). The ferritin and TIBC suggests possible iron deficiency - a low MCV (not listed) with negative history of thalassemia would help clench it. Rarer causes could be copper deficiency, vitamin B6 deficiency, or heavy metal poisoning (lead). ...Read more

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Pt INR my results were 0.93 is that in the normal?

Pt INR my results were 0.93 is that in the normal?

Yes: But don't confuse "normal" with "therapeutic." if you are on blood thinners, then the goal would be for the inr to go up. ...Read more

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How often should someone who is on wafarin for the first time to disolve blood clots at home normally go to have their pt/inr level checked?

How often should someone who is on wafarin for the first time to disolve blood clots at home normally go to have their pt/inr level checked?

Warfarin: Protocols sometimes differ, but i ask my patients to check their inr 2x weekly until we get a good level 2 times, then once weekly a few more times, then once every 2 weeks a few more times, and then once monthly minimum. I increase the frequency again if I have to make any dose adjustments. The accp just recommended that stable patients can be checked every 3 months but i think that's too long. ...Read more

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Pt/inr normal, ptt, activated is 3 seconds prolonged, and in the lupus anticoagulant panel, only abnormality is aptt at 41.4 sec. What does this mean?

Any symptoms?: Why were these tests done? Do you have any symptoms? 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. A slightly prolonged PTT in isolation is not a cause for concern, but it would be important to know why your doctor ordered the tests. Lupus is one of the causes of prolonged ptt. ...Read more

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35 month old - ptt came back 42 normal range 26-39. Pt / INR normal. Cbc normal but notated platelet clumps +1, segs couple numbers high, lymph absol - little low. What could this mean.

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35 month old - ptt came back 42 normal range 26-39. Pt / INR normal. Cbc normal but notated platelet clumps +1, segs couple numbers high, lymph absol - little low. What could this mean.

Needs follow-up: Prolonged PTT can be a transient phenomenon after "viral" infection. Expected normalized within 6 weeks. If prolongation persists beyond that period, further work-up would be prudent. ...Read more

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My prothrombin time is INR 1.3 with normal aptt and platelet counts. Do I have liver failure? Normal ast, alt, alp and bilirubin. Burns right stomach

My prothrombin time is INR 1.3 with normal aptt and platelet counts. Do I have liver failure? Normal ast, alt, alp and bilirubin. Burns right stomach

Probably not: The slight elevation in the inr with normal labs for the rest of your liver functions suggests you don't have liver disease. The burning could be coming from an ulcer, or gastritis, or esophagitis. The body doesn't do a good job of localizing pain coming from the internal organs, so where you feel the pain may not be where it is.. Follow up with your doctor to check out different causes. ...Read more

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Can you please tell me how pt, inr, and ptt differ?

Can you please tell me how pt, inr, and ptt differ?

Blood coagulation: The pt and PTT labs measure components of the blood clotting cascade. Abnormalities of one or the other or both lead towards the type of clotting abnormality (extrinsic or intrinsic pathway abnormality). Inr is the international normalized ratio, a derived number based on pt to normalize a variation done in different labs or with different testing systems. It is used in patients on coumadin (warfarin). ...Read more

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Dx with Vascular insufficiency 1 yr ago - wear compression socks. On Warfarin for10 yrs. Could low PT/ INR cause lower leg pain to worsen?

Dx with Vascular insufficiency 1 yr ago - wear compression socks. On Warfarin for10 yrs.  Could low PT/ INR cause lower leg pain to worsen?

Typically not: The INR should not play a role in how your leg pain feels. Fluctuations in the INR can affect the efficacy of the medication though (low INR could increase risk of clotting and high INR can increase risk of bleeding). If you are on warfarin to prevent blood clots, having the INR too low could increase your risk of recurrent clots. But IRN not likely to directly correlate to leg symptoms. ...Read more

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My mother's blood pressure has been remaining borderline high even with 3 blood pressure medicines and simultaneously her pt/inr are also out of wack. She is also having periodic issues of iron deficiency to the point of being hospitalized for blood and

Talk to doc.: Sounds like her BP and the blood (anemia and inr issues) concerns are unrelated. If she has been hospitalized and is on 3 meds for htn, she already has a doc and likely several involved in her care. Concerns and explanations should be addressed by them directly. ...Read more

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How often should i have to do a pt/inr blood test while taking Coumadin (warfarin) long term after massive pulmonary embolism ?

How often should i have to do a pt/inr blood test while taking Coumadin (warfarin) long term after massive pulmonary embolism ?

Warfarin monitoring: How often your INR needs to be checked depends on the stability achieved on your dosing regimen. On the average, if stable INRs are established, checks every two weeks or sometimes less frequently are done. If the INR isn't stable, more frequent checks are often necessary. ...Read more

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My prothrombin time is 14.3 & inr is 1.32 . I am on acitrom 3 & acitrom 4 on alternate days... is it ok?

Anticoagulation: Your INR appears subtherapeutic and you will need an adjustment in your anti vitamin K meds. Please call your prescriber and ask about recommendations regarding your doses. ...Read more

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My prothrombin time INR is 1.5 is it dangerous?

Why is it 1.5?: You probably mean inr of 1.5 (normal prothrombin time is about 12 seconds). It is not dangerous by itself but why is your inr prolonged? The disease process causing this prolongation may be dangerous, e.G, liver disease, malabsorption causing vitamin deficiency etc. Please consult your doctor to determine the cause and treat the underlying process. ...Read more

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Prothrombin time - 15.8 sec and INR - 1.2 what could be the reason for increase? and i am on B12 inj now for a week, does it affect them.hvy periods

Prothrombin time - 15.8 sec and INR - 1.2 what could be the reason for increase? and i am on B12 inj now for a week, does it affect them.hvy periods

See below: 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. Having said that, your prolonged PT is not likely to be the cause of heavy periods.There is no relation between B12 and prolonged PT either. Given the health issues you have, it is something best discussed with your doctor who has more information. ...Read more

Dr. Shimae Fitzgibbons
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Prothrombin Time (Definition)

Prothrombin time provides information regarding the extrinsic pathway involved in clot formation. It's commonly used ...Read more