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Sir, my liver function test report as follows; pl guide me can I take Rosuvas tablet for cholesterol control. ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE PHOTOMETRY 76.5 U/l BILIRUBIN -DIRECT 0.14 mg/dl BILIRUBIN - TOTAL 0.46 mg/dl BILIRUBIN (INDIRECT) CALCULATED 0.32 mg/dl GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT) 21.95 U/l ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (SGOT) 30.72 U/l ALANINE TRANSAMINASE (SGPT) 25.3 U/l M PROTEIN - TOTAL 7.33 gm/dl ALBUMIN – SERUM 4.07 gm/dl SERUM GLOBULIN 3.26 gm/dL SERUM ALBUMIN/GLOBULIN RATIO CALCULATED 1.25 Ratio 0.9 - 2.0.
I used to have chest-pain occasionally. They arise for small interval of time but they are pretty much painful. Once a week I experience it.
What is the main cause of slow heart rate of below 45bpm. I am a patient of bradycardia since 20 years .doctors are advising me for e p study. Sir please Guide me as my age is 54.
I am 68 years old taking treatment for type 2 diabetes and bp. I had undergone prostate enlargement operation, bye pass surgery and operation for stones in kidney in the year 2009. Now my sugar level is less than 200 and bp is130/80. The problem is I go for twice in a week for bowls and it is hard please advice.
, I am a 53 yr old male, I don't smoke nor drink nor do any drugs. I have an appointment to see a family doctor later this month (they have a long wait list). But in the meantime I'm trying to research what this" could be" & if its arrhythmias, what type of doctor should I go to. A regular physician, a heart specialist, a blood specialist? Or, how urgent is this, should I go to the ER? I can not breathe deeply. I sometimes wake up at night because my body" forgets" to breathe. I am tired even after 6 to 8 hours of sleep (I don't fall asleep during the day, nor at random times). I've always gotten cold easily, even in 50 degree weather, I'm cold. I found my rt nostril always blocked. My left leg & left arm" fall asleep" after a few minutes of pressure, while my right leg & right arm do not and heavier than. I have heart/chest pain sometimes, just sitting there relaxing. These symptoms have come & gone the last few months. But they have been more consistent the past 2 days.
(1)what is the safe difference between systolic and dystolic pressure (2) systolic pressure increase or dystolic pressure increase which is more important and dangerous (3) can there be difference in the bp measured in right hand and left hand. (4) are the readings of electronic bp measuring instruments such as omron with hand cuff are reliable.(5) what is the optimum time to measure bp at home regularly with omron and in which position. (6) is it true that once tablets are being taken for bp control it cannot be stopped for life time.
I am 20 years old. I feel shortness of breath from last 10-12 days, I feel like I am not talking deep satisfying breath also yawning 1-2 times in a minute. I showed to a physician 10 days ago and he gave me montair lc and ab phylline sr 200 mg for 15 days, also he does complete body checkup. The report came normal also my chest is clear, no cough or cold nor I am smoking. But after 10 days also when I concentrate on my breath I feel uneasy and my focus is always on my breath and that feel me anxious. Please suggest what I do.
Maintaining a healthy blood pressure level is important for everyone. However, in the case of a pregnant woman, high blood pressure can be an added risk to the health of the fetus. High blood pressure or hypertension is defined by a blood pressure reading that is higher than 140/90mmHg. This indicates how much pressure the blood exerts on the walls of the arteries every time the heart beats. There are three different types of hypertension a pregnant woman can suffer from. These include:
- Chronic hypertension: This refers to high blood pressure conditions that were existing prior to or in the early days of pregnancy.
- Gestational hypertension: Women who develop hypertension after the 20th week of pregnancy suffer from gestational hypertension.
- Pre-eclampsia: This is the most severe form of hypertension for a pregnant woman. It may be caused by either of the above types of hypertension and is characterized by the presence of proteins in the urine. It usually occurs after the 20th week of pregnancy.
Some women have a higher risk of developing hypertension when pregnant as compared to others. Some of the factors that could influence this are obesity, a family history of hypertension and being younger than 20 years old or older than 40. Women have a higher risk of suffering from hypertension during their first pregnancy or if they are pregnant with multiple fetuses.
If you suffer from hypertension when pregnant, your baby will not get enough oxygen and nutrients. This can slow the growth of the fetus or cause low birth weight. It can also cause placental abruption and premature delivery. In severe cases, preeclampsia can be fatal for the mother and the baby.
Reducing your risk of hypertension when you’re pregnant is easy. Here are a few tips.
- Eat Right: It is natural to crave certain foods when pregnant but you should make an effort to eat healthy. Get plenty of fruits and vegetables and ensure that you have a balanced diet. Avoid processed foods, fried foods, colas and food with a high salt content. It is also advisable to reduce your caffeine intake.
- Exercise Regularly: Exercise not only helps you manage your weight but also reduces the risk of hypertension. However, be careful about your exercise regimen. If you have lived a fairly sedentary lifestyle uptil your pregnancy, do not suddenly start anything strenuous. Low-intensity workouts like walking and cycling are ideal for pregnant women.
- Reduce Stress: It is natural to be worried about being pregnant but this does not help you in any way. The more stress you take on, the higher your risk of hypertension. Hence, avoid stressful situations and try deep breathing exercises and yoga to keep you calm.
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