I am a 46-year-old man of 5.9 feet height and 194 lbs weight. My T4 is 11.39 ug/dL, TSH is 0.005 uIU/mL, and HDL is 34.30 mg/dL, creatine serum is 0.78 mg/dL, ALT serum is 60.90 u/L. I am attaching my reports.
I just read your query and the reports that you have attached (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). It appears that you have hyperthyroidism. It means that your thyroid gland is hyperfunctioning. Before we proceed with any treatment, you must do:
1) Thyroid uptake scan.
2) Ultrasound of thyroid.
3) Tell me about any other medical conditions that you have and the current medications, if any.
4) Tell me about any symptoms that you are experiencing.
5) Do you have any family history of thyroid or any other disease?
6) Count your pulse per minute and BP (blood pressure) reading and write it for me as well.
7) Any recent infections?
Please answer the questions so that I can guide you accordingly.
I need treatment for HDL that 34.30 mg/dL and ALT serum that is 60.90 u/L. Kindly give your opinion.
.. your concern. I have gone through the reports and some parameters are slightly high. But I do not find anything abnormally wrong in the reports. Your creatinine and urea are normal and it indicates that the kidney is in healthy condition. Read full
.. your query, my opinion is as follows:
Alcohol induced liver damage has caused increased enzyme levels. Possibly early stages, as no jaundice is seen. MCV high (mean corpuscular volume) is due to associated vitamin B12 and folic acid deficiency. Read full
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