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Our Patient Guides cover a variety of topics, like diabetes, thyroid, pregnancy and scores of others. We answer common questions related to lab tests through our patient guides.
Urinating more than 3 Litres in a day may be a sign of a disease called Diabetes Insipidius
Gigantism is a condition where a child is too tall for his age. The condition is due to an excess of the Growth Hormone.
A sudden spike in blood pressure may be dangerous, and one cause is a small growth above your kidney. It is called a pheochromocytoma and must be surgically removed for a complete cure.
Conn's disease causes hypertension, owing to a small tumor in your adrenal gland. It can cause your blood pressure to rise, even when you are resting. Read on to learn more about this disease.
Fall of blood pressure, below normal may be seen due to a disease of the adrenal glands called Addison's disease.
Diabetes and blood pressure are often seen in the same patient. A good medicine is one which helps to reduce the kidney damage caused by diabetes and also keeps the blood pressure in control.
Excessively high blood sugar (> 250), may lead to a situation called Diabetic Ketoacidosis, which is a life-threatening event. This needs urgent medical attention, and almost always insulin to be administered to the patient.
Insulin levels may be normal or even raised in patients of Type 2 Diabetes (the most common form, seen in adults). Insulin levels are low only in early onset diabetes (appears below 40 years of age).
Your kidneys can be irreversibly damaged due to high blood sugar. It is very important to carefully monitor kidney damage, and this can be done by a simple urine test.
Your next step should be to evaluate levels of hormones like testosterone, LH, and FSH and MRI of brain
Insulin resistance is a metabolic syndrome that can lead to DIabetes, and is often seen in women with PCOD.
Relatively simple diet changes can help reduce the symptoms of PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disorder). These include eating low glycemic index foods, reducing the quantity of simple sugars and carbs, and saturated fats.
Swelling of the feet, above 50 years of age is most commonly due to deep vein thrombosis, liver or kidney diseases. In pregnancy it may be a normal finding under some circumstances.
Free beta-Hcg(Human chorionic gonadotrophin) and PAPP-A(pregnancy associated plasma protein A), together with USG and testing for diabetes are the recommended tests in the first three months of pregnancy.
Yes, an ECG can show enough evidence of a heart attack
Ionized calcium gives you a true estimate of the actual USEFUL amount of calcium in your blood.
Ferritin is the most reliable marker for iron in the blood. This is because it reflects the iron stores in the body. If the ferritin is low, there is definitely a requirement for iron.