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Gall Stones Ultrasound

I have taken a blood test. My direct and indirect bilirubin levels are high. Bilirubin (direct)- 1.04, bilirubin (indirect)- 1.92. aspirate amino- 35.8, alanine transaminase - 55.1 could you please tell what is the problem?

Get another test, australia antigen to know the type of jaundice, hepatitis a or b. Both are transmitted differently. Get ultrasound abdomen done to rule out gall stones obstruction in bile duct causing obstructive jaundice.
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Mere right pasli aur peeth me dard rehta hai kya krna chahiye. Please suggest me.

Mere right pasli aur peeth me dard rehta hai kya krna chahiye. Please suggest me.
Get a ultrasound scanning abdomen and pelvis done, based on which we need to plan proper management.
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Hi I am 29 years old 5 years back I met with a bike accident, recently I am getting lower back pain. I have undergone mri spine I have diagnosed with disc desiccation, schmorl's node, posterocentral protrusion at l4-l5 level causing thecal sac indentation, narrowing bilateral foramina abutting the external roots. A mild posterior bulge at l3-l4 level causing thecal sac indentation. The doctor suggested that daily exercise is needed I have a doubt can I regain my original spine in future, and how many days I need to continue with these exercise and could you please explain the severity of my condition.

Hi I am 29 years old 5 years back I met with a bike accident, recently I am getting lower back pain. I have undergone...
A thorough physical examination reveals much about the patient's health and general fitness. The physical part of the exam includes a review of the patient's medical and family history. Often laboratory tests such as complete blood count and urinalysis are ordered. The physical exam may include: •palpation (exam by touch) determines spinal abnormalities, areas of tenderness, and muscle spasm. •range of motion measures the degree to which a patient can perform movement of flexion, extension, lateral bending, and spinal rotation. •a neurologic evaluation assesses the patient's symptoms including pain, numbness, paresthesias (e.g. Tingling), extremity sensation and motor function, muscle spasm, weakness, and bowel/bladder changes. Particular attention may be given to the extremities. Either a ct scan or mri study may be required if there is evidence of neurologic dysfunction. Physical therapy which teaches the patient to strengthen the paravertebral and abdominal muscles which lend support to the spine. General exercises which help build flexibility, increase range of motion and strength. A corset or a brace could be used to provide support; cervical collars may be used to alleviate pain by restricting movement. Hot or cold packs on the affected area, ultrasound and electric stimulation are some of the other treatments which are used. Management of acute symptoms rest and support- with acute joint symptoms, a lumbar corset may be helpful to provide rest to inflamed facet joints. When acute symptoms decrease, discontinue corset by gradually increasing the time without the corset. Often the most comfortable position is flexion, esp. If there are neurologic signs due to decrease in the foraminal space from joint swelling or osteophytes. Education of posture- head, neck and shoulders should be supported by the back rest of chair with a small pillow in the lumbar spine, the feet supported and the arm resting on arm rests or on a pillow in the lap. Modalities- hot or cold packs on the affected area, ultrasound and electric stimulation are some of the other treatments which are used to decrease pain and reduce muscle spasm. Relaxation- by soft tissue techniques. Teach self relaxation techniques, e.g like deep breathing exercises and physiological relaxation (laura mitchell method) and hydrotherapy. Traction- gentle intermittent joint distraction and gliding techniques may inhibit painful muscle responses and provide synovial fluid movement within the joint for healing. Gentle rom within the limits of pain. Management of subacute and chronic phase increase rom- free active exercises of lumbar spine. Pelvic tilting forward, backward in crook lying, quadriped, sitting and standing. Mobilization- restoration of intersegmental mobility by accessory pressure enables the patient to regain full functional painfree movement. Stretching exercises. Strengthening exercises. Posture correction. I am having a different body shape. My hips are wider than normal male structure which makes my body resemble with a woman's body structure. I want to decrease my hip width. Suggest me ways to deal with this problem. You can go for walking until 5-6 kms which will help you to get reduced with the hip width. It will remove the adipose tissues in the body. There is a bulged out skin from the hole of my hip which is very painful. Can you please help me? Are there any chance to fix facet joint pain from ayurveda. My right hand thumb bone has been dislocated. What should be done? You have to keep ice immediately to reduce the inflammation and you have to immobilize the joint by keeping a plaster. Consult near by orthopaedician to correct the dislocated bone. I have pain in back side of stomach. I have done ultrasound. It was diagnosed stone in gall bladder. What are treatments for removing stone from gall bladder. You can drink hot water and also general lukewarm water to flush out the stone. Apart from that you can take good fibre foods which will definitely help you to get removed from the current symptoms.
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This is for my mother she is around 48 years. She facing this problem from a long time. She stays fit in day and eat whatever she like but after dinner she starts feeling suffocation, gas, indigestion, vomiting and loose motion this start happening each week we went to a doctor he does some testing including ultrasound, some blood test and one kidney test, in ultrasound there is a cyst in stomach of 43 *46 inch. He said you should went to a gynecologist and immediately treat this one, we went to a gynecologist she said everything is okay we will have some test as I don't believe on these reports it's was not from a stable hospital. So first we wait for your monthly periods meanwhile you have to take medicines then we test and hopefully, it got dissolved meanwhile. Now yesterday we again went for ultrasound now there are 5 kidney stones in gall bladder and no cyst she is saying it got dissolved by the medicines. I am not understanding the main problem of my mom is related to indigestion at night but neither csyt or kidney stones seems route cause of this. The symptoms she is having might not lead to a big disease which cause a problem. Second is cyst got dissolve of that much of size in a week? Is there any way to treat stones without surgery?

This is for my mother she is around 48 years. She facing this problem from a long time. She stays fit in day and eat ...
Its not clear stones are in gall bladder or kidney. Also, cyst is where in the kidney or stomach as you have mentioned or in uterus or ovary. Also, the size you mentioned is wrong. It can not be that big (in inches). Treatment can be suggested after the correct information. For indigestion do this 1. Don't take tea empty stomach. Eat something like a banana (if you are not diabetic) or any seasonal fruit or soaked almonds and a glass of water first thing in the morning (within 10 mins of waking up). No only biscuits or rusk will not do. 2. Don't overeat 3. Take your breakfast every day. Don't skip it. 4. Have light meals every 2 hours (in addition to your breakfast, lunch n dinner) e.g. Nariyal paani, chaach, a handful of dry fruits, a handful of peanuts, any fresh n seasonal fruit, a cup of curd/milk etc 5. Finish your dinner at least 2 hours before going to sleep. 6. Maintain active life style7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods, carbonated beverages 8. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 9. Drink lot of water. 10. Everyday preferably sleep on same time exercise in the form of yoga, cycling, swimming, gym, walking etc. For more details, you can consult me.
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Unwanted 72 lene k baad vomiting ki shikaayat ho sakti meri friend ko unwanted 72 liye hue aaj 28 ho gaye hai or uske period ko bhi 40 days ho gaye hai use roj early morning vomiting ki shikaayat rehti hai kya karna thik hoga please clearly bataye wo pregnancy conceive nahi karna chahti hai wo only 23 years ki hi hai use kya karna chahiye vomiting ko rokne k liye kuch tablets leni chahiye ya nahii.

Unwanted 72 lene k baad vomiting ki shikaayat ho sakti meri friend ko unwanted 72 liye hue aaj 28 ho gaye hai or uske...
Unwanted tablet is loaded with progesterone hormone and it's given as emergency medicine to stop unwanted pregnancy and it's not a routine contraception. Side effects of hormones like progesterone can be vomiting. Get ultrasound abdomen done to rule out other causes of vomiting. Causes can be gastric also eg gall stones. Get back here with reports for more guidance. No medicine for stopping vomiting as side effects of these antivomiting medicine can be worse for the body.
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I am 19 years old with weight of 52 kgs. I have PCOS. I recently went to a gyno. I told her to prescribe me birth control pills for the treatment since I am sexually active but she insisted that since I don't have any symptoms of pcos other than irregular periods, like obesity or acne. She insisted that I should wait for 3 months to see if pcos goes away on trying non-hormonal medicines and if it doesn't go away then I should switch to hormonal tablets. So, she gave me m2tone syrup along with exermet 500 tablets. But this tablet did not suit me so I went to her again today and she told me to try an ovabless tablet. What should I do? Should I wait or should I switch to contraceptives?

I am 19 years old with weight of 52 kgs. I have PCOS. I recently went to a gyno. I told her to prescribe me birth con...
Hello. Your previous conditions mentions migraine headaches which may worsen on oral contraceptive pills. Previous condition also mentions gall stones. Ocp are also associated with slight increased risk of gall stones. So I suggest that you should go with lifestyle modification alone if your periods are regular and no acne, hirsutism. Infact only ultrasound diagnosis of polycystic ovaries is not enough to label you as pcos.
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