I am a 59 year old female. I underwent radical mastectomy before one and a half years and undergoing regular checkups for every six months. Recently I had pain in the right leg, from the knee to ankle region. I got an entire medical checkup done. They showed high TSH levels and also high urea level. Please review the attached reports and provide your advice. Till now never had diabetes, but little higher side sugar levels seen. My current medication includes Tamoxifen 20 mg for the last nine months, Losamax-H and Absolut 3G. Thank you.
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I had gone through all the reports posted (attachments removed to protect patient identity). Many of the reports posted were normal, so to make it easy for you I will comment on each of abnormal ones and what to be done for them.
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Thank you doctor,
Many thanks for your detailed response. I have a few clarifications as below. Firstly the reason we went for this entire checkup was severe pain in right leg from knee till down in lower half. No pain in upper half of knee. Regarding medication, we had consulted surgical oncologist who had done radical mastectomy and we have been going to him for regular checkups. His advice is as attached.
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I have seen the advice that was given (attachment removed to protect patient identity) by the oncologist.
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