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1916673 tn?1420236870 Many other conditions can also lead to low levels, including some cancers, chronic inflammatory diseases and various infections. Liver, blood circulation and intestinal problems can also lead to the poor absorption of iron, which in turn will cause lower than normal haemoglobin levels. MONOCYTES X1000/UL (0.15-1.35) These are a type of white blood cell and react as part of the autoimmune system defence mechanism against chronic infection, bacteria, inflammation and foreign particles.
Avatar n tn When it is at it's worse my blood pressure also increases significantly, 150/99. I have not lost any weight, actually gained a few pounds. I am not overweight at 5'8" and 148 lbs. Prior to the onset of this pain I had excellent BP. It is not caused by anxiety because I have a cuff monitor that measures BP while asleep. My doctor suspects SOD, however, it seems the pain should not be as constant as it is and is not really affected by food.
Avatar n tn teatosterone,fsh,th harmones are normal in blood .blood sodium,chloride,potassium,co2 test ,master health check report at apollo hospital incluing whole abdomen scan is normal,i feel tiredness,inability to do hard work.,stopped maturbation 3 years back.only night erection.medicine taken:nano .leo for the laST 1 MONTH BY APOLLO HOSPITALS,IF I NEED TO GET HARD ERECRTION,INCREASE ENERGY WHAT IS RECOMMENDED.,STOP NIGHT ERECTIONS TO ZERO.
Avatar m tn The irritating effects of alcohol may cause gastritis (inflammation of the lining of the stomach), pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas), or a peptic ulcer (a raw area in the lining of the stomach or intestines). Alcohol can also damage your small intestine and keep it from absorbing nutrients. Alcohol can keep you from getting deep sleep, which may mean a less restful night's sleep. Also, drinking alcohol can make insomnia worse.
Avatar m tn i walk quite a bit, and that usually does not bring the pains on, but running definitely does, even if only for less than thirty minutes, id say get chest pains every few days, sometimes a lot of days in a row, and some times i wont get any for a few weeks, but they are pretty regular. i also have recently noticed symptoms of what i think is poor circulation, like my fingernails are purpleish and my fingers and feet get cold.
Avatar f tn sp: arent recieving enough blood flow..i have the same problem, my feet are freezing always and clammy, no matter how many pairs of socks i put on!
Avatar f tn The white spots on your hands may be due to a condition called livedo reticularis. Livedo reticularis is thought to be due to some abnormality of local blood circulation. This discolouration is described as lacy or net-like in appearance and commonly found on arms, legs, hands, and feet. Livedo reticularis may be aggravated by cold exposure and is persistent; does not disappear after warming.
Avatar n tn The vomiting action looks more like a cough as if she feels there is some pressure in her chest and this is always followed by half a cup of clear liquid. She had some red blood at one point but no coffee grounds. Her bowels are opening okay although her stools are bigger than usual. Her urinalysis is normal. Her nail beds are very very blue - although she's never had very good peripheral circulation. She can't express herself. The doctor has sent blood for thyroid, anaemia and helicobacter.
Avatar f tn I teach and live by a healthy lifestyle - eat only whole clean foods, plenty of omega's and antioxidants, don't drink, smoke, etc. and I exercise and strength train regularly. I just had my routine blood work done and the results returned an elevated AST of 81. Don't know if it is related but I am also experiencing some pain in the lower left side of my back (assumed it was just a muscle strain from working out).
Avatar n tn A deficit of blood flow to that area could cause right-side heart failure causing less than normal blood flow to the lungs for oxygenation and thereby reducing blood/oxygen to the circulation system. If the cardiac output is low, that could cause your symptoms. Worst case scenario if it is heart related. An EF60-65% is the amount of blood in the left ventricle chamber that is pumped into circulation with each heartbeat....normal is 50 to 70%. You have strong heart contractions!
1469903 tn?1286650297 Seemingly minor skin injuries should be attended to promptly to avoid serious infections. Because of poor blood circulation, diabetic foot injuries may not heal. Sometimes, minor foot injuries can lead to serious infection, ulcers, and even gangrene, necessitating surgical amputation of toes, feet, and other infected parts. • Diabetic nerve damage can affect the nerves that are important for penile erection, causing erectile dysfunction (ED, impotence).
407651 tn?1224193495 Hi, "DDAVP Tablets are contraindicated in individuals with known hypersensitivity to desmopressin acetate or to any of the components of DDAVP Tablets. DDAVP is contraindicated in patients with moderate to severe renal impairment (defined as a creatinine clearance below 50ml/min). DDAVP is contraindicated in patients with hyponatremia or a history of hyponatremia." www.rxlist.com/cgi/generic/desmoprt.
Avatar n tn Alanine aminotranferease (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) are enzymes located in liver cells that leak out into the general circulation when liver cells are injured. These two enzymes were previously known as the SGPT (serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase) and the SGOT (serum glutaic-oxaloacetic transaminase). These two transaminase enzymes may be reported on lab slips with both their new names and previous names or by their newer names only.
Avatar n tn Bilberry strengthens the capillary walls, thus preventing the buildup of fluid in the blood vessels and surrounding tissues. In addition, it promotes circulation through the blood vessels. These actions make bilberry effective for the prevention and treatment of hemorrhoids. Hope this helps - from "The Natural Physician's Healing Therapies".
Avatar n tn Since triglyceride levels increase during the normal pregnancy, I am worried about complications such as pancreatitis. There do not appear to be many studies relating to hyperlipidemia medications and their affect on the fetus. What are the risks? treatments? success rates?
Avatar n tn Toxins released by bacteria can cause tissue damage and interfere with normal blood circulation. The risk factors include underlying illnesses such as diabetes; hematologic cancers; and diseases of the genitourinary system, liver or biliary system, and intestinal system. Other risk factors are recent infection, prolonged antibiotic therapy, and a recent surgical or medical procedure. The incidence is approximately 3 out of 1,000,000 people annually.
Avatar n tn My casr was refered to a proffessor in Sydny who specialises in SOD and one of the questions he asked was do I have bad circulation, we i have very bad circulation, what I'd like to know do the rest of you suffer from bad circulation?
Avatar f tn I estimate that I have passed out over 200 times in my life. When I was a child I had low blood sugar so it was attributed to that. As an adult I passed out in public and was hospitalized. I passed out while on the monitors and learned that my heart stops when I pass out. They saw up to an 8-second pause. It starts back up on its own.
889293 tn?1241088724 On attending the appointment my GP explained that my iron level is low (last blood test in Dec also showed low iron and I was given a prescription of Ferrous Fumarate 210mg x2 daily) I would assume that this isn't working? My GP then gave me a prescription for Pregaday 100mg x1 daily and told me to stop the Ferrous Fumarate and start on the Pregaday instead. This concerns me as I don't understand how taking a supplement with less iron will work?
Avatar m tn I have lots of gas,flatulence, my stomach keeps growling all night and during the day after I eat My doctor did a full blood test for anemia, FLT's, total protein,bilirubin,..and a stool test,all of them came back normal. I notice my eyes are yellowish , but he says the bilirubin is fine, so I'm not jaundiced.
Avatar n tn Yep, had it done. Result was an ejection fraction of 19%. (Below 35% is considered abnormal.) The test SHOULD reproduce some of the symptoms you've had, so part of it may involve you feeling very nauseous and having pain (cramping) in your upper/right quadrant. Now, that's not to say that if you feel that there's an issue, but be warned: there will be some discomfort during the test, probably for about 5 minutes. It's one of the side effects. Test takes about 2 hrs.
Avatar n tn I've had numerous MRI's, blood tests, etc. and everything has come back negative. (other than a test that says my B12 level is kind of low) Here's my story: Over a month ago, on my birthday, I went out to eat, drank in my dorm and later went to a fraternity party, where I drank jungle juice (for those of you who don't know it's a punch-like alcoholic drink). That night, I left the party because I had such bad stomach pains.
Avatar n tn By the way, I work with a fitotherapist who swears by biflavanoids to strengthen blood vessels, prime rose oil to keep them veins flexible and circulation herbs every morning... so far, so good. I will get back with what she might have to add- Stay cool!
556014 tn?1230604478 I'd bet money you're dealing with a section of dead bowel. Since the x-ray confirmed a "twist", that means blood circulation was cut off for God-only-knows how long. I'm sorry, but at that point your dog should have had surgery, and it sounds like he certainly needs that section of bowel resected sooner rather than later. Your vet is taking a conservative approach that gives me a major bad vibe.
Avatar n tn I was laying down and could hear a weird draining sound in my ears and then thought to myself could this be caused from poor blood circulation to the brain and chest? Then I thought maybe it could be block arteries because I have had a high fat diet for many years and when on a protein diet for about 6 months that consisted of cheese and meat. I don't know what it could be but I continue to be in constant pain and fear that I'm going to keel over one day and that the doctors will then say. OH!
Avatar f tn Unfortunately, they misdiagnosed which type of DI she had, and she ended up in the ER in critical condition. She had multiple organ failure and from the vasopressors to raise her blood pressure, she lost half of each foot. She ended up recovering (which in itself was a miracle, when they transferred her the doctor gave her a 50/50 chance of making it to the other hospital alive).
Avatar f tn 72 mmol sodium at 154 mmol potassium 4 mmol chloride 111mmol on No sign of blood/hemoglobin in her urine so far. Her blood pressure was at 144. Specific gravity1.102, ph 6 urine protein, glucose and keytones negative. blood/hemoglobin negative, bilirubin negative, urobilinogen normal She's been eating Hills K/D foods (canned plus dry foods, should we stop giving her dry foods??) since she was diagnosed with omega 3 as well.
Avatar n tn but that's usually indicated by blood tests of the liver. If they're normal, it's not likely. Having had aneurysm surgery, several things could be going on, including circulatory problems to his intestines, pancreatitis, even (not likely) infection of the graft. It's certainly not normal to have lost so much weight, even after two operations. I'd be insisting that the surgeon see him again, soon, and re-evaluate things. I'd even consider hospitalization to get things done efficiently.
Avatar f tn An EKG doesn't calculate dimensions or the ejection fraction (EF). EF is the percentage of blood pumped into circulation with each heartbeat. Trace of tricuspid regurgitation is not medically significant. The report you post indicates an echocardiogram procedure? If not treated, the LV hypertrophy can/will eventually cause the EF to drop to a level that does not adequately meet the blood/oxygen demand and then there is heart failure. The 66.4 EF indicates no impairment at the present time.
Avatar f tn If you have congestive heart failure, one or both of your heart's lower chambers lose their ability to pump blood effectively. As a result, blood can back up in your legs, ankles and feet, causing edema. Congestive heart failure can also cause swelling in your abdomen. Sometimes, this condition can cause fluid to accumulate in your lungs (pulmonary edema), which can lead to shortness of breath. Cirrhosis.