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Lipid s.Chol.178 s.Triglycerides 105 hdl39. Ldl 110vldl 21. Medication. Listril plus 1 od . Amtas at 1 bd.Disprin1/2 bd.I play badminton.
Dx NALFD (biopsy) 2009:LFTs vv high(GGT 1000+!)On Ursodeoxycholic Acid since,last GGT c200, ALP 150. Docs now call this 'normal',disch '14. Is thIs OK?
Device closure: Pdas can almost always be closed in the catheterization laboratory using a small metal coil or device that can be placed with a catheter placed in the vein or artery in the groin rather than a surgery. In premature infants, it can often be closed with a medication. If this fails, surgery is most often done since they are too small for catheter-based methods. Soon there may be smaller systems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is question?: You are free to go ahead and ask any question you would like, and not be judged. If you are desperate would be happy to try and help. ...Read more
My lipid profile is: ldl=173.20, cholestrol=238.53, hdl=47.55, triglyceride=253.75. Hospital gave:atorvastatin 10mg daily. Is this life time medicine?
HIV through cunnilingus. The sexual health centres in Australia states its negligible risk and not to worry. Please help?
You tell us: Only you and your doctor know if you are pregnant. How can we possibly comment on this unimportant code? ...Read more
Hepc, cirohsis, portal hypertension, hepatic enceyclp. End stage liver disease, ascietes n edema...How much time left as doc says no treatment?
Cirrhosis ; survival: The most common model that is used to estimate survival and severity is called meld score. That depends on your renal function, bilirubin (a liver function test) and also inr ( how thin is your liver). You can ask your provider to do this calculation for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nebivolol: This drug can affect some people's sexual performance. ...Read more
Famale age 30,6 month pregnancy,nuchal thichness of 9.2mm,mild git ascities,stomach not visualizing,heart lung kidney brain normal.previous hydroph?
See a specialist: What you are describing sounds suspicious for anomalies. You should be referred to a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist for further evaluation. ...Read more
Careful: elderly are more prone to side effects. please stick to prescription ...Read more
Yes: With recommendations from the virginia genetics advisory committee, it has been mandated (virginia code 32.1-65) that every child born within the commonwealth must be tested for the following 28 disorders. http://dgs.virginia.gov/divisionofconsolidatedlaboratoryservices/services/analyticalservices/newbornscreeningservices/tabid/511/default.aspx. ...Read more
Male,28.Lipid-P 6 mons ago.Total 225, HDL 43 LDL 165&trig 85.BMI of 23.1.Doc did not put on meds.Change diet/re-test 1yr.Was he correct?Ate 1 hour b4.
LDL goal : Hi. No change in diet will get your LDL to goal. Your LDL is very influenced by your genetics, and minimally influenced by your diet. I would at least make sure you're not hypothyroid. Treatment with a statin is lifelong, and most people aren't that into preventive medicine. Lowering your LDL with a stain would lower your long term risk. Period. What is your family history of cardiac events? ...Read more
See below: This issue is not suitable for this forum. You should see an infectious disease specialist. You may consult the following two sites for information and discuss the matter with your doctor at your earliest. http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr5011a1.htm https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/drugs/509/dolutegravir/0/patient ...Read more
Male 18 years old. Mental depression.Prescribed haloperidol, clobazam, trihexyphenidil. Is it safe?
Depression: The medicines listed here aren't standard treatment for depression, but could be for psychosis. Depending on dose Clonazepam and haloperidol can be sedating. If you aren't being treated by a psychiatrist, please see one for a thorough review of your condition. This way a clearer diagnosis can be made, so that you receive effective treatment for the symptoms you're suffering. ...Read more