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Attached Latest Medical Reports. Kindly Check Them

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Posted on Thu, 23 Jun 2022
Question: Attached latest medical reports. Kindly check them
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Answered by Dr. Vaishalee Punj (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Both reports mostly normal

Detailed Answer:
Hello and welcome to Ask A Doctor service.

Regarding Arpitas report, following are found and I have advised accordingly:
- high triglyceride: Its slightly elevated, no medicine needed, take less of fatty foods like cheese, butter, cream, cakes, pastries, etc. Take more of fruits and veggies.
- high HBA1C: Its just over the normal range. Nothing to be worried but keep a regular note (once a week or two weeks) of fasting blood sugar levels with glucometer at home or with laboratory. Avoid sugary foods.
- high Globulin: it could be due to some recent infection or some inflammation.
- low potassium: Have more of high potassium foods like banana, oranges, apricots, raisins, dates, spinach, cucumber.
- low vitamin D: have some daily exposure to sunlight. Take vitamin D supplement (without calcium) like uprise D3 capsule once a week for 8 weeks.

Regarding Shashikant's reports, following are found and I have advised accordingly:
- low albumin: since liver is normal, this can be ignored
- high RBC count and hematocrit: drink lots of clean water and avoid alcohol

Regards
Dr Vaishalee Punj
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Attached Latest Medical Reports. Kindly Check Them

Brief Answer: Both reports mostly normal Detailed Answer: Hello and welcome to Ask A Doctor service. Regarding Arpitas report, following are found and I have advised accordingly: - high triglyceride: Its slightly elevated, no medicine needed, take less of fatty foods like cheese, butter, cream, cakes, pastries, etc. Take more of fruits and veggies. - high HBA1C: Its just over the normal range. Nothing to be worried but keep a regular note (once a week or two weeks) of fasting blood sugar levels with glucometer at home or with laboratory. Avoid sugary foods. - high Globulin: it could be due to some recent infection or some inflammation. - low potassium: Have more of high potassium foods like banana, oranges, apricots, raisins, dates, spinach, cucumber. - low vitamin D: have some daily exposure to sunlight. Take vitamin D supplement (without calcium) like uprise D3 capsule once a week for 8 weeks. Regarding Shashikant's reports, following are found and I have advised accordingly: - low albumin: since liver is normal, this can be ignored - high RBC count and hematocrit: drink lots of clean water and avoid alcohol Regards Dr Vaishalee Punj