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Pregnant. Blood test and thyroid test done. Are the findings normal? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 19-Mar-2013
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User:Hello Doctor,I am XXXXXXX i would like to talk to a gynecologist for my wife...
Doctor:Please proceed with the query
User:thank you, my wife is in 29th week of pregnency, in the recent blood test
User:it was found that blood urea is 12 mg/dl
Doctor:what other blood tests did you do
User:i waiting for doctor consultation, in the mean time i would like to know if this level is normal
Doctor:yes it is 10 to 20mg/dl is normal
User:Hemogloblin - 12.2 gms/dl
Doctor:it is also ok
User:PCV- 37.4
Doctor:12 to 14 is normal
User:Indirect Coombs test = Negative
User:Blood Urea= 12 mg/dl
User:Uric Acid= 4.0 mg/dl
User:Urine Routine ANalysis -
User:Volume 35 ml
User:color = pale yellow
User:appearance= clear
User:sp gravity =1.020
User:ph = 6.0
User:chemical examination: Protiens= nill
Doctor:all her levels are ok
User:glucose ( F/R) =trace
Doctor:her blood sugar levels
Doctor:FBS or PPBS done?
User:microscopic exampination (per h.p.f) RBCs / HPS
User:sorry i am not sure of FBS
User:microscopic exampination (per h.p.f) RBCs / hps = nill
User:PUS cells / hps = 0-1
User:EPI cells /hps = 3-4
User:casts and crystals = no casts or crystals seen
Doctor:Thyroid test done?
User:Other tests = yeast cells - few
User:Thyroid test = yes done
Doctor:ok. any itching or discharge in vaginal area.
User:Thyroid stimulating hormone: method= C.L.I.A, Value = 1.65
User:not itching . discharge till now
User:only thing is - she is suffering from back pain
User:is this normal ? "Other tests = yeast cells - few XXXXXXX
Doctor:ok, there are few yeast cells, but no otherwise urine test is normal.If discharge is more she might need tablets or ointment for it.
Doctor:It depends on what colur is discharge and how much amount.
User:okay - actually the urine was pale yellow only during the tests -
User:otherwise its normal color every day
Doctor:No i meant vaginal discharge
Doctor:even thyroid is normal
Doctor:so you can be assured she is fine now
Doctor:HIV hbsag?
User:okay - any thing to take care regarding yeast cells ?
User:HIV test are done in the very begining - i was told everything is normal
Doctor:ok good, if there is any physical sypmtoms like vaginal discharge or itching then treatment is needed
Doctor:otherwise small number will not be considered, it should be corelated clinically
Doctor:she might need to be examined once by gynaec after seeing the reports
User:okay thanks doctor, i would like to make her travel over night during 9th month starting
User:is this okay ?
Doctor:how long travel.
User:12 hrs journey - overnight
Doctor:bus , train?
Doctor:it is ok, but see she has no problems before journey and get examined once by gynaec too
Doctor:also well before her date you should go
Doctor:not nearing date
User:yeah. i am planning it on april 5th ...and the EDD is May 11th
Doctor:ok fine
User:thanks doctor , before i wind up .. any other precautions / suggestions on her health
Doctor:you are welcome . kindly login for further queries
User:Sure, thanks doctor, Bye
Doctor:let her eat properly, take her medications and not take stress
Doctor:stress, not lift heavy things and no auto or bus travel
Doctor:Kindly login for further queries
User:sure, thanks doctor.
Doctor:ok bye
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