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Why Would I Have High B12 Levels In My Blood
High intake: Since vitamins, by definition, are substances that we cannot make ourselves, a high level can only come from high intake. Vitamin B12 is not very toxic, but in high amounts can cause diarrhea, edema and increase risk of clots. If you are taking a vitamin B12 supplement, or injections you may want to cut back (discuss with your doctor if you are taking under a doctor's supervision). ...Read more
I recently had a blood test and my oestriadiol levels were high and my testerone levels were low what does this mean?
Hormonal imbalance: Testosterone tests have a recommended time of day to have a blood sample taken between 7 A.M. And 10 A.M. It may need to be repeated a second time. The health care provider may advise you to stop taking drugs that may affect the test. This test may be done if you have symptoms of abnormal male hormone (androgen) production. In males, the testicles produce most of the testosterone in the body. ...Read more
Meat intake?: B12 comes mostly from meat and liver. You might have a high meat intake or maybe your body is efficient at absorbing it. Its good to have B12 since you need it to make red blood cells. There is no harm to what you described. ...Read more
?Polycystic Ovaries: One possibility is polycystic ovaries (pcos) hyperandrogenemia is present in 60% to 80% of women with pcos: 70% have elevated free testosterone, 40% have elevated total testosterone, 25% have elevated dheas. Check with gyn or endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it bad to have 1 cup of coffee everyday? I have high prolactin levels already, am waiting on my results as to why I have high prolactin levels.
How do you FEEL?: Many people run a high CRP for no reason. It may be genetic, and hopefully you know that the reference ranges are set so that several % of healthy folks fall outside. As a lab specialist, I don't even think folks should be screened -- but in today's medicine, physicians may need to "cover their butts" with this kind of unnecessary testing. ...Read more
I recently developed microalbuminaria with good kidney function and creatinine. I have low blood pressure and my weight is normal. I am not diabetic. Could low thyroid cause this?
Postural?: The first thing to rule out is orthostatic proteinuria. Void before going to bed; if the first-voided morning specimen is protein-free, perhaps you are just one of those folks who lose a little protein from standing up. In the absence of diabetes or renal dysfunction, microalbuminuria may not be a cause for concern. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Taking high blood pressure pills, why do I still have high blood pressure and also seeing dots in my eyes!
If i have a testosterone blood test, and have a lot of anxiety going in because i hate blood tests, would that lower my testosterone levels?
I have high lymphocytes and high eosinophils, should I worry? I have noticed that eosinophils in my blood test have been high for quite sometime
Accutane caused me to have low white blood cells and higher lipid levels in my blood and I was just wondering why and how this happens?
Effects bone marrow: Accutane has a long list of side effects, some potentially serious, involving many organ systems, which is why close monitoring by qualified physicians is mandatory for its use. Listed side effects are all within the spectrum of these adverse reactions, due to suppression of bone marrow. The good news is that most of these changes are temporary and return to normal after drug discontinuation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have low vitamin b12, is this linked to why I can't lose weight? Also have high blood pressure.
If my kidneys and liver are ok and my blood is 46.Why i would have a very high level of B12 in my blood.Is it because i took difen B12 from 8 months?
Hi, my creatinine is 1.7 protein in urine is 0.25mg. I have high blood pressure. I have been prescribed Exforge for high blood pressure. I also have h?
Nephrologist: Both of these findings are somewhat abnormal and warrant that you consult a nephrologist to safeguard your kidney health. Do take treatment for high blood pressure as prescribed. 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. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. 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, if you have sex. ...Read more
I had a blood test 2 times and they have told me that I have very high prolactin levels only is this the same as having high cortisol levels?
I have low Hemoglobin and high levels of calcium. Frequent tachycardia episodes made me do the blood test. What can this be? Thanks
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