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Zydus Hospital

Zydus Hospital

Thaltej, Ahmedabad

20Doctors
550Beds
3Ambulances
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Sterling Hospital

Sterling Hospital

Memnagar, Ahmedabad

13Doctors
310Beds
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Ved Speciality Hospital

Ved Speciality Hospital

Thaltej, Ahmedabad

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Hcg Cancer Center

Hcg Cancer Center

Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad

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Questions & Answers on "Hematology" (53)

I have been diagnosed with swollen lymph nodes size 14×10 mm in abdomen / presence of Necrosis

Female | 50

Growths of lymph nodes in the abdomen can be your body reacting to an infection. The lymph nodes sometimes blow up half their size, 14 x 10 millimeters, and have dead parts called necrosis. You may experience a feeling of pain or pressure in your abdomen. The doctor can treat you with antibiotics or other remedies according to the cause found as treatment.

Answered on 21st June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

I have undertaken routine blood test today, and while all other aspects are fine, my lymphocytes percentage is 46.5. Is it ok

Male | 49

In case a lymphocyte percentage of 46.5 is a bit more than the normal one, which can occur, for example, in the case of taking drugs or infections and stress. To maintain fewer cells, take care of your health, lessen your stress, and allow enough time to sleep and exercise well. You can also have a detailed conversation with your health professional.

Answered on 21st June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

I went to general check and blood test. I got CEA test level 8.16 I don't smoke or drink. Reason for it. Is it normal

Male | 55

CEA stands for Carcinoembryonic Antigen, a protein produced in the body, and the levels of it in the body may be high because of different causes such as inflammation or infection. Usual symptoms are unusual with a slight increase in CEA levels, but further tests and monitoring are also often necessary. It’s important to visit your healthcare provider to find out the exact reasons for your condition and the best ways to fight it.

Answered on 19th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

My RbcCount-5. 8 10^12/l hai hgb cocentration-11. 6g/dl hai hct count-33. 5℅ hai mcv count-57. 9fl hai mch count-20. 0 pg rdw-sd count-34. 0 fl hai eosinophils count-6. 9℅ hai please tell me disease name

Male | 24

It is most probable that you have Iron Deficiency Anemia. This is where your blood could be short of healthy red blood cells. Being a little anemic, tiredness, paleness, and shortness of breath may appear. Ingesting foods that are packed with iron such as spinach, meat, and beans can be of great help to this client. Another piece of advice may deal with more iron supplements, they will. Follow the suggestions given by the medical doctor to recover completely.

Answered on 18th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

Fews days Back I got viral fever I was cure later according to blood test reports i find blood infection then I got joint pains on legs when stoped antibiotics gain join pains was getting

Female | 20

You might have been affected by an infection with a virus that has in turn caused a blood infection which in turn may cause joint pains in your legs. Antibiotics can disrupt the equilibrium of our body's good bacteria, causing joint pain. For relief of the joint pains, you can try gently exercising, using heat or ice treatment, and taking a break. Stay well-hydrated and eat fresh and good foods to provide adequate support to your body during the healing process.

Answered on 21st June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

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