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What do low BP, frequent blackouts and weight loss indicate?

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Dr. T Chandrakant

General Surgeon

Practicing since :1984

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Posted on Mon, 17 Sep 2018 in Lump
Question: Generic Reports from Thyrocare.Please review the reports
Answered by Dr. T Chandrakant 48 minutes later
Brief Answer:

Please give detailed history and in Chronology

Detailed Answer:


Noted the reports, medication history.

Please give some details for me to assist you better as your symptoms, signs, clinical evaluation is equally important for correlation with the blood reports to have proper treatment.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar
Follow up: Dr. T Chandrakant 3 minutes later
Hi, There is no medical history for me. Its just I am 34 yrs old. SO decided for taking up medical tests. I have low BP from more than 10 yrs and when i lose weight I get serious.... blackouts. So I keep my weight in higher side.
Answered by Dr. T Chandrakant 49 minutes later
Brief Answer:

As discussed in details below.

Detailed Answer:


Your medical tests show the positive findings as below:

- Vitamin D deficiency with low calcium: Needs prescription based treatment.

- You should go for FreeT3, FreeT4 estimation as you are already under treatment.

TSH alone is not to worry about as this is secreted by Pituitary and thus just a higher side does not mean to increase Thyronorm if FreeT3 and FreeT4 are within normal range.

- About CBC: The blood counts are near normal and mild variations need not be worried about unless correlated with the clinical picture.

About weight, blackouts and low blood pressure: Needs a proper clinical evaluation and correlation with reports, additional investigations like:

X-ray of the chest.

Ultrasonography of abdomen.

Cardiac evaluation by a Cardiologist, relevant investigations.
Further investigations as per the clinical findings for proper diagnosis and management.

Correction of the deficiencies as per the reports may help you.
I hope this answer helps you in discussion with your Doctor for proper diagnosis, further investigations and proper management.

Hope I have answered your query.

Take care

Dr T Chandrakant, General Surgeon
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