Glucose, Hemoglobin, Hematocrit, Hep B, and more
After you eat your glucose level is elevated. Glucose levels are controlled by insulin and glucagon. Before you eat, the level is low. Once you have eaten, and the glucose level rises, your insulin is secreted. This makes the glucose go into the cells to be metabolized to glycogen, amino acids, and fatty acids. By testing this, it will give
your care giver a guide to your body’s handling your glucose level. If it is elevated or abnormal , your care giver might talk with you about doing a 3 hour glucose tolerance test. It will give him/her more information about how your body is handling and processing glucose.
Hemoglobin and Hematocrit
These two are included in the CBC. They are all about the iron levels
This is a disease of the liver caused by a virus. There is no cure for this. You can get this by sexual contact, sharing needles or personal care items. (razors, toothbrushes, and nail clippers)
To check if you have the virus, that can lead to AIDS.
Genital Herpes (STD)
First appears as sores and blisters. These sores appear around the genitals or lips. The place where the sores appear is the original site where the virus entered your body. In most cases. genital herpes is spread through direct contact with these sores. There are no symptoms at first. When they do occur, they very. There is no cure for genital herpes.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) (STD)
Human papillomavirus is a virus that causes warts. These growths may appear on the outside or inside of the vagina or penis and spread to nearby skin. They can be pink, red, flesh-colored, or brown. Sometimes they grow in groups and look like cauliflower. Some times this virus is associated with cancer of the cervix. A pap test can detect changes in the cervix that may be an early sign of cancer.
Other STD’s include Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Hepatitis, Aids, Trichomoniasis, Syphilis.
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