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Thick Blood Pieces In Urine
Is reasn?D day i did Brazilian wax huge,thick blood pas in urine.only thick blood was there as no urine.kub ctscan,ultasound norml.kleibsela frm 6mon.
Please rephrase: Sounds like you're trying to convey a lot of complex info in a tiny online question. Please ask a simple, clear question, or have a conversation with your doctor. ...Read more
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Huge,thick blood pass through urine.only thick blood was there as no urine.Dr.did kub CT scan,ultasound norml.kleibsella frm 6 mon.anal sex is cause?
Yes.: "thick blood" might mean blood with too many red cells (called polycythemia). This can be detected by a complete blood count (CBC) test. Some people say "thick blood" when they mean someone who's blood clots excessively (thrombophilia). That is defined by a history of abnormal blood clotting, and may or may not be explained by blood tests. ...Read more
Hyperviscosity?: Blood may be extra-viscous (i.e., resist flowing through narrow tubes, like molasses) because of a high hematocrit (way too many red cells) or an excess of large protein molecules (usually excess igm) in the plasma. Your physician can work this up if need be. A phlebotomist after a difficult blood draw may remark that the blood "seems thick" but this means nothing. ...Read more
Thrombosis panel: There are blood tests to determine if someone has a likelihood of developing blood clots (thick blood). Your doctor can order these tests or refer you to a hematologist. ...Read more
What to do if a nurse checked my sugar level and said I have thick blood, that it's not good. What does this mean?
Not a proper: Diagnosis. Thick blood is not a proper diagnosis. You should ask your doctor who may have more information about your blood tests. ...Read more
Cells & protein: Blood may become too thick if there too many cells or too much protein. Increased red cell count, polycythemia, can make the blood viscous. High levels of immunogolobulins, usually due to cancer, also increse viscosity. Rarely leukemia with a very high white cell count may make the blood thick. ...Read more
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