Serum albumin

What is Serum albumin?

Serum albumin is a protein found in blood plasma that helps maintain the osmotic pressure between the blood vessels and tissues. Serum albumin accounts for 55 percent of the total protein in blood plasma.

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What can I take in order to increase libido which is very low now. Can a sexologist please help

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Pl get the following tests done

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Most probable reason for low libido at this age is low...

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Can tramadol 50 MG tablet cause fluid retention? I'm dealing with drug induced rhabdomyolisis due to fenofibrate, and/or drug induced myalgia....

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Tramadol is unlikely to cause fluid retention.

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my name is XXXXXXX n my age is 33 yrs stays in XXXXXXX in my LFT TEST RESULT MY SGOT VALUE IS 41.1 AND SGPT value is 89.1 serum albumin is 2.08 and...

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You need few more investigations.

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Your findings suggests raised SGPT and GGT.
Increased SGPT indicates liver...

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