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Which Blood Tests Can Check For Gastroparesis
Mechanical problem: Gastroparesis is a mechanical or electrical problem with the motility of the gut. As such, there is not a change in blood chemistry or hormone levels to be tested for. It is diagnosed by the absence of gut movement, typically using various imaging studies such as a barium swallow or a gastric emptying study. You need to check for diabetes as the most common cause for gastroparesis --. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone chews tobacco, what blood tests can be advised to check the impact of this on immunity?
Just checked my blood tests from the emergency department and it says that the hemolise interfered with the results, what does that mean? Is it bad?
I have blood tests for my annual check up due. Due to the the holidays I ate a lot of bad stuff....will this affect my results? How long should I wait
Depends: What test are scheduled? Lipid studies may be affected. If you are back to you your usual routine about a week before the tests, it should be okay. If you are required to fast before the tests, make sure you fast at least 9 hours. You may drink water. If you take any medications, check with your doctor if s/he wishes you to skip medications that morning. ...Read more
What blood tests are extremely important to check health and disease markers? If your ill all the time what could one do to help themselves?
Depends: Doctors go through years of medical school and training to learn what tests to order in what situation, because there is no standard "these are extremely important to check always" sort of markers. If you are ill, you need to define the symptoms so that an appropriate diagnosis can be identified. ...Read more
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