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FBD 361, Corresponding urine 1, PPBD 574, corresponding urine 1.5%. Frequent urination. Guide - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good Evening
Doctor:I am Dr. XXXXXXX
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Hello doc..good eve
User:last 2 days back i chated with you...
User:i was going for urination frequently and u suggested for fbd & ppbd test
Doctor:Ok. Yes, I remember now.
User:just now i got the report...i tensed now
Doctor:May I know the details of the report?
User:is it possible doctor?
Doctor:It is possible. And these values are high.
Doctor:I would suggest you to repeat these tests again in another lab.
User:now doctors are not avlb in night....antthing i need to do now?
Doctor:No. You need not do anything urgently.
Doctor:You do not have to worry.
Doctor:Though the values seems high, there is nothing you could do to bring them down rapidly.
Doctor:So, for a confirmation, you can repeat the same tests again tomorrow from another lab.
User:my relative told me that it's very high and serious situation
Doctor:Don't worry. High sugars does not cause anything to happen suddenly.
Doctor:They may cause damage on a long standing process.
Doctor:Please be calm. And take a leave from office for tomorrow.
Doctor:At the same time, make an appointment with a different lab and a diabetologist for tomorrow.
User:okay doctor....but there is no side effect except urination..i just worried to see such high values
Doctor:Trust me, you need not get tensed. But, surely you need to XXXXXXX a diabetologist tomorrow.
User:fine doctor
Doctor:Hope I was helpful in guiding you.
User:yah thnx a
Doctor:Is there anything else I can assist you on?
User:no thnaks doctor
Doctor:Have a Nice Evening!!and do not think too much..
Doctor:Bye for now.
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