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Blood Test

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yes, you need to fast at least 10 hr to see what is in your blood stream on average to prevent skewed result. for example: if you eat fish like...
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Hi here's a couple of WebMD links all about HIV, perhaps these will help you calm down and take life easier.http://www.webmd.com/hiv-aids/top-10...
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Hi The best thing you can do is go get a test done at your doctors, see how it goes from there.Depending on how long you have been on depo shot...
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Hi An RSI( repetitive strain injury ) comes to mind, have a look at this link from the Uk’s NHS, could give you some good advice. The Link...
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High blood serum protein is just one study with your son's  result being higher than the normal range. Other diagnostic testing...
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A protein deficiency S or C, your body wont fight off Vitamin K, so blood turns to syrup causes stroke, like it did me, I'm on blood thinners for...
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No problem. Many times, a diagnosis of "measles" at age three may have been incorrect. Measles is relatively rare in the U.S., so unless...
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No...you do not have to fast for a CBC.
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Hi Just see your doctor ask to have a blood test done to check your hormone levels ., work it out from there.Good Luck
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Absolute Neutrophil Count is a measurement of the percentage of the total White Blood Cells that are devoted to fighting infection. Normal values may...
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Serum blood testing ranges are not set in stone. The in-range value for any given blood study can vary from lab to lab. Was the test performed...
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I just had these run last week.  You do not need to fast.
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Yes, a "TIA", Transient Ischemic Attack, also known as a mini-stroke may cause some permanent damage. According to some recent studies...
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This should help you...http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/complete-blood-count-cbc
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