Shortness Of Breath And Blood Tests, What Is The Effect?
During the blood test there was a summary of n (EOSINOFIL 5.0 = Hight) n (BASOFIL 1.2 = Hight) n (MONOSIT 8.8 = hight) n (RDW-SD 36.2 = LOW) ng I complained about neck aches / neck tendons- back feels like it is pulled / stiff. And makes the breath feel uncomfortable when you inhale or exhale (shortness of breath). NThe head is dizzy … and the eyes are a little faint when dizziness appears. N Did the blood test mean? Because the doctor only answered “Oh gpp ” (unsatisfactory answer !!) please explain .. I’m afraid of the danger to myself .. so I can overcome it … thank you
Laboratory results are supporting examinations where complete information is needed to make a diagnosis, starting from medical interviews, physical examinations and supporting examinations in accordance with the conditions experienced. The laboratory result that you give yourself is a complete blood count which shows that there are components of white blood cells that have increased which can be caused by several conditions but it is meaningless if it is not accompanied by other clear results, for that if you have previously tested it you can ask for a second opinion from another doctor regarding the condition and the results of the examination that has been done in person.
Shortness of breath, headache, discomfort in the eyes can arise due to several possible causes such as cephalgia or headaches, respiratory infections, ulcer disease and others. There are several types of cephalgia or headaches where the most common is tension type headaches which can be triggered by many factors such as:
Physical or mental stress Lack of fluids or dehydration Skipping meals or poor eating patterns Exposure to sunlight Noisy noise Certain aromas Heavy physical activity Consumption of caffeine, smoking or alcoholic habits Poor posture and others For that, some efforts need to be made such as including eating regularly, not skipping meals, avoiding smoking, drinking caffeinated drinks, being more active, such as exercising, getting enough fluids, getting enough rest, relaxing, managing stress well and getting checked again if complaints don't get better so that you re-evaluate the condition you are experiencing so that the cause is known and given appropriate treatment.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.