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Done blood test. Have low energy, pain in face, snot in nose. What is my problem?

i m femail. 32 years old. 159 hight. 54 weigh. s.g.o.t_ ast =20 and s.g.p.t_ alt = 21 alk.phosphatase=266 sodium=141 potassium=4.3 hdl- cholestrol=43 and ldl-cholestrol= 102 fbs=86 bun=11.2 iron=78 and tibc=225 clcium=9.3 cholestrol total=168 what is my problem? I have low energy and i can t bear windy wheather. because of my head and nose . i have pain in my face when the wheather is cold and windy. i always caught cold. and see snot in my nose. sorry i don t know english better than this. thank you
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

The blood test results look at the liver, kidney,cholesterol, some electrolytes (sodium, potassium, calcium) and iron levels.

Fatigue or low energy can be related to different causes such as: (1) anemia- your results do not show your haemoglobin level. Anemia can also be caused by conditions other than low iron.

(2)thyroid disease- you may want to have your thyroid levels checked

(3)chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease



(6)sleep problems

Pain can occur in the face when there is cold windy weather. The weather can potential irritate the nerves that are in the face causing this pain. If it is severe, your doctor can give you medication that may help.

I hope this helps
Answered: Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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