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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics

Question: MY HEALTH WORRIES


 MANAZER - Mon Dec 29, 2003 1:27 am

I am 35 YEAR OLD married MALE and seeking an advise whether I should consult a doctor for the following symptoms which I am facing currently. Please advise

WEIGHT 81 KGS
HEIGHT 172 CM

PRESENT SYMPTOMS
After eating a state of stomach upset
Started with Constipation – Change in bowel habits
Even after eating lots of fruits, vegetables and fluid diet not much change
Itching in the anal area (mainly during night)
A thickness in the anal area (like a minute ball) noticed
Mucus in stool (with hard stool)
A state of sleepy and tiredness in the evening
Tension followed by headaches when there is pressure.

HABITS
DAILY ROUTINE : BETWEEN 6AM TO 6.30

DUTY TIME : 08:00 AM TO 5 PM

BREAKFAST : 6.30 AM TEA WITH BANANA OR BREAD WITH HONEY

LUNCH : 1.30 VEGETABLE SANDWITCHES (During working days) with rice and other non-veg items on holidays

DINNER : 10-11 pm with non-veg or veg items with veg salads and fruits

BED : Usually 11-12 pm

EXERCISE : DAILY 45 MINUTES TABLE TENNIS

OTHER DETAILS
Blood Group AB+

OTHER CHECK UPS
I had been treated for low testosterone level in the blood and was treated with andriol tablet for 3 months (Improvement was there during in take of andriol but disappeared after stopping the tablet.
 Dr. Russell M - Mon Dec 29, 2003 1:53 am

User avatar Hi!

I would think in terms of helminthic infestation (intestinal worms), hemorrhoids (piles), or amebic enteritis.

Laxatives or fiber-rich food like cucumber, orange, grapes, oats, etc., will be encouraged. Natural fibers are now available in the form of powders. It would be important to keep the stool soft. Your doctor might discuss with you regarding the use of antihelminthic medications or amebicidal medicines, as well as examine your rectum to assess the disease there.

I strongly urge you to consult your doctor and discuss regarding your difficulties. There is no substitute for direct clinical examination.

Warm regards,

-Bill
 MANAZER - Sat Jan 01, 2005 9:47 am

DEAR DOCTOR, PREVIOUSLY I HAD ONE MORE QUESTION REGARDING THE TOPIC MY SEXUAL PROBLEM. I AM NOT ABLE TO FIND IT NOW. PLEASE ADVISE ME HOW TO SEE ALL MY PREVIOUS POSTS IN THIS VALUABLE SITE. IN MY QUESTION LAST TIME REGARDING "MY SEXUAL PROBLEMS", THE DOCTOR HAD ADVISED ME TO SEE AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST AND HE ADVISED ME TO DO A COMPLETE TEST.


DEAR DOCTOR,

ACCORDING TO YOUR ADVISE LAST TIME, I HAD RECENTLY UNDERGONE A COMPLETE TEST OF BLOOD, URINE AND STOOL AND THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RESULTS. KINDLY ADVISE IF I NEED TO BE AWARE OF ANY PARTICULAR THING FROM THE FOLLOWING RESULTS.

REGARDS

ABDUL NAZER


CA : 9.6 MG/DL
CREATININE : 1.0 MG/DL
FERRITIN : 150.4 NG/ML
GGT : 22 U/L
ASAT(SGOT) : 19 U/L
MAGNESIUM : 1.6 MG/DL
IRON : 131 UG/DL
TRANSFERRIN : 3.40 G/L
TIBC : 431.80 UG/DL
FE SATURATION : 30.3 %
HBSAG : NEGATIVE
OCCULT : NEGATIVE
ESR : 05 MM/1HR
WBC COUNT : 8.1 10^3/UL
RBC COUNT : 6.09 10^6/UL H
HGB : 16.9 G/DL
HCT : 50.0 %
MCV : 82.0 FL
MCH : 27.8 PG
MCHC : 33.9 G/DL
RDW : 12.1 %
PLATELET COUNT : 204 10^3/UL
MPV : 8.9 FL
DIFF TYPE : AUTO DIFF
ABS NEUTRO : 4.8 10^3/UL
ABS LYMPH : 2.5 10^3/UL
ABS`MONO : 0.4 10^3/UL
ABS EOS : 0.4 10^3/UL
ABS BASO : 0.0 10^3/UL
NEUTRO : 60.4 %
LYMPHO : 30.3 %
MONO : 4.6 %
EOS : 4.7 %
BASO : 0.0 % L
RBC`MORPHO : ERYTHROCYTOSIS
SPEC.DESCR. : URINE
SPCL REQ : IBS
CULTURE : NO GROWTH
REPORT : FINAL 08122004
COLOR : YELLOW
CLARITY : CLEAR
PH : 5.0
PROTEIN : NIL
GLUCOSE : NIL
WBC : 0-5
RBC : 0-5
EPITH CELLS : FEW
MUCUS THREDS : 1+
HIV AG/AB : NEGATIVE
ALBUMIN : 4.9 G/DL
ALKALINE PHOS : 75 U/L
ALAT(SGPT) : 22 U/L
BILIRUBIN, T : 0.5 MG/DL
TP : 8.0 G/DL
GLOBULIN : 3.1 G/DL
CHOL : 238 MG/DL
TRIG : 138 MG/DL
HDL : 58 MG/DL
LDL : 152 MG/DL
CL : 106 MMOL/L
CO2 : 28.6 MMOL/L
K : 4.2 MMOL/L
SODIUM : 141 MMOL/L
UREA : 25 MG/DL
ANION GAP : 6
FT4 : 16.4 PMOL/L
FT3 : 4.8 PMOL/L
TSH : 1.610 ULU/ML
PT : 12.7 SECS
RATIO : 0.97
INR : 0.96
PT CONTROL : 13.1
APTT : 29.2 SECS
APTT CONTROL : 34.0
TESTOSTERONE : 4.47
PROLACTIN: 13.01
_________________
ABDUL NAZER
 Dr. Russell M - Mon Jan 03, 2005 12:34 pm

User avatar Hi!

Could you consult your doctor? What is your doctor's opinion regarding your problems? Your test results are not particularly alarming. I think you should be able to access all your previous posts by clicking on your profile.

bill

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