Explanation Of The Results Of Blood Tests?
asslmlkm .. I want to ask, how about the order of the day, how about the size of the ICM: 25.78 increase in led 34mm / hour haematuria (erythrocytes 15-18) pròteinuria + 1 smar blood + 5 .. please explain what is the cause of the led 34mm / hour hematuria (erythrocytes 15-18) pròteinuria + 1 smar blood + 5 .. please explain what the bru
Wa'alaikumsallam, thank you for asking.
I will try to explain the results of your MCU one by one. I am having a hard time understanding your sentence, due to the lack of punctuation between each examination result, but hopefully my perception is correct. Based on these results, it can be explained that:
You are currently obese, which is marked by an increase in your body mass index. This index is different for each country. Calculated by means of BB (kg) / TB (m) squared. In Indonesia, people are said to be obese, if this index is above 25. It means you are overweight, compared to your height. There is a possibility of infection. Characterized by an increase in the rate of sedimentation of the blood (LED). In urine analysis there are red blood cells above the normal limit. This can happen if you are currently experiencing urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, or kidney disorders. But if when you do the examination you are menstruating, this can occur due to menstrual blood mixed with urine. There is faint protein and blood in the urine, which, as above, indicates the possibility of infection, stones, or other disorders of the urinary tract. In normal urine, neither red blood cells nor protein are found. The thing to do is consult a doctor. The doctor will assess the compatibility between the results of the MCU with the results of physical examination. If the doctor does find any suspicion in the direction of urinary tract infections, then the doctor will provide appropriate therapy. Currently, you are trying to consume 2 L of water per day and can do your activities as usual. Begin to improve diet and lifestyle to lose weight. Consult with a nutritionist, which nutrition is most right for you. Regular exercise 3-5 times a week, at least 30 minutes, for example, brisk walking, swimming, jogging, or cycling. Do not consume diet drugs carelessly, because it can cause various side effects.
Hopefully this explanation can add to your information. Regards.