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What Is Microalbumin Blood Test
My father is 55 year old . His blood test result of hba1c is 7.6%. And urine microalbumin level 85 mg/l . Is it normal? ? If not so how to control it.
High HbA1c : Your father has two problems. One is poorly controlled diabetes and the other is proteinuria. (p). P has ominous implications. Patients with significant p have an increased incidence of renal failure, stroke and cardiac disease. Have a nephrologist collect his urine to see how much protein is in it/day. He will need to be on ace-i or arb's to lower it. Have his glucose controlled so his hb1ac. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'll take a guess...: I think you may be referring to microalbumin - which is usually measured in the urine. It is an early indicator of kidney disease. Minimizing the risks for kidney disease by managing high blood pressure and controlling diabetes are two good ways to start. (that is, of course, if i'm answering the question you are asking.) but since i don't know for certain, please do talk with your doctor! lgromko. ...Read more
Malaise syndrome: There is no blood test for malaise syndrome. Malaise is a general term to mean "feeling unwell." although somewhat controversial, chronic fatigue syndrome is said to be associated with post-exertional malaise such as fatigue, light-headedness, muscle or joint pain, cognitive dysfunction, headache, nausea, weakness, trembling or insomnia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Blood tests & eating: Only a few blood tests require that you be fasting--most particularly tests for sugar (glucose) and a lipid panel (because the triglycerides go very high after eating. Most other tests do not require a fasting state--including electrolytes, thyroid tests, liver tests, total cholesterol & HDL cholesterol, kidney function, and blood counts. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 11 days late 3 neg tests... Waiting on a blood test.. Could I just randomly be having an off cycle?
That's possible: Reasons for missed / late period include: an anovulatory cycle in which no egg is released, marked v or ^ in weight; eating disorder; Over-exercising (endurance athletics), stress, travel, significant illnesses, oral contraceptives & other meds, Illegal drug use, breast feeding, hormone imbalances and medical problems (i.e., PCOS). Pregnancy is #1 reason. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check with ODH: Free blood tests are not usually available. The ohio dept. Of health (odh) distributes funds to the ohio federally qualified health centers (fqhcs) to pay for the uninsured care program. You can find an fqhc or fqhc look-alike by calling the ohio association of community health centers (oachc) at (888) 884-3101. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sure. What test?: Nobody likes a needle stick. During the procedure, think about the health benefits -- many lives are saved this way. Routine bloodwork is very helpful in detecting early disease, and should be performed at least every few years. ...Read more
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