MCU Examination Results High Leukocytes And Liver Disorders?
. I admire it. R nIt wasn’t long before I started the MCU for PT A. The results are r nLeukocytes and liver disorders. How do I treat it. And how many days can it be cured ?? r nThe problem is I have to repeat the MCU. If you are healthy, but thank you
One of the ways to do MCU / medical check-up is to complete the registration of prospective employees or as routine employee MCU. At the MCU anamnesis will be carried out about medical history, a thorough physical examination, and supporting examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, and urine tests.
It should be noted first that the results of blood tests alone cannot confirm a person's medical condition because they still have to be seen from the physical examination and medical history / interview. For high leukocytes, it can be caused by infection (often bacterial infection), bone marrow disease, the effect of certain drugs, decreased immunity, smoking, leukemia, polycythemia vera, stress, allergic reactions, inflammation, and injury to body parts.
As for liver disorders, liver disorders can be caused due to hepatitis virus infection, genetic disorders, cancer, immune system disorders, fatty liver, and hepatic cirrhosis. One sign of liver problems is an increase in AST and ALT from blood tests. However, an increase in AST and ALT can also be caused by heart attacks, alcohol consumption, muscle injuries, chronic fatigue, and prolonged exposure to chemicals. To ascertain the exact cause of liver disorders, further tests should be done if necessary with ultrasound, other blood tests, and CT scans.
In your case, considering that you need to re-perform the MCU, I suggest that you bring the MCU results to an internal medicine doctor directly so that you can re-evaluate and also further check to determine the cause of the increase in leukocytes and the liver disorders you are experiencing. The doctor will also be able to provide more appropriate treatment according to your condition.
Meanwhile, it's good to start getting used to a healthy lifestyle as follows:
Regular exercise Is enough rest Avoid staying up late Avoid alcohol consumption Manage stress well Drink lots of water Avoid smoking Maintain ideal body weight Hope it can help you,