Is my fasting blood sugar level ok?
had fasting bloodwork done at my pcps office - glucose in the 80s total chol under 200 ldl was 102 then our work required bloodwork for a wellness program fasted and results show 104 glucose and total chol of 235 ldl 154 is this possible? have not changed my diet and fasted 14 hrs I am...
Is my Stent Still Working OK ?
I have question regarding a stent which was put in 10 years ago. What is the best way to detect if the stent is still working properly. My doctor has ordered a Stress Test, but said the large medical centers might have a better way of detecting this.
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Can i have painkiller before fasting blood test?
I am suppose to go for my full body checkup--(health checkup), where one of the requirement is 12 hours fasting. My tooth has started paining and i took one painkiller- diclogesic about 4.5 hours back. the test is in about 8 hours. can i take another
Im getting surgery monday 4-8-2013 and i took my last phenermine friday and ive been takeing hydrocodone pills will it be ok on my surgery ? Please let me know
Yes, there would no problem if you stop the above medications before hand.
I have gained 15 kgs after getting married although i still take the same amounts of food i used to take before.. Checked my thyroid but it was ok.. Any clue%3F
There are several causes of weight gain such as endocrine problems, drugs, increased consumption of high calorie food, decreased exercise, excess alcohol etc. Even a small amount of excess food intake can build into many kilos over a period of time. You should work on your diet and exercise and if your weight does not reduce after that then you should see a dcotor.
What is the max sugar level that would be consider an ER for a 76 yrs old female. Currently it is 283. Before food and medication it was 97. Thanks
Under 140mg/dl is preferable sugar limit after food. Before food value under 100 is ok.
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