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Can I Drink Black Coffee Before a Fasting Blood Test

The Best Answer is No, You Can’t Drink Black Coffee or eat any food during this time Before a Fasting Blood Test, also you can’t drink hot or iced black coffee or a glass of tea, soda cans, a juice, however you can’t drink any liquid but plain water during fasting for a blood sample. Previous topic was about, how long should you fast before blood work, don’t miss. The reasons are concluded below… Cholesterol blood test will not be affected by fasting or non-fasting, this means you can drink coffee before a blood test for cholesterol. Triglycerides blood test: as the metabolism...

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10 Causes of Low Blood Platelets and What Does Low Plt Mean?

Low platelets in your blood is a common sign of prolonged bleeding and for other diseases, got to know what makes platelets count to be low and what does it mean for you to have low count of platelets in blood test. First to know, platelets means “tiny plates” which is running all the time through our blood stream, the main target of platelets is to seal the leaks after injuries. Each man and woman must have a number of platelets inside bloodstream ranging from 150,000 to 450,000 cells per cumm, to know the specific range for your age, please go...

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Approved Normal Platelet Count by Age

Normal platelet count chart set by scientists who have studied the normal range of blood platelets in different parts of the world. Blood samples of different ages have been used to determine the effect of age and sex on the normal level of platelets in our bloodstream. There’re abnormal blood platelet counts is caused by cancers of bone marrow while other causes could be a result of errors in coagulation process of blood. At the end you can ask as you like and we welcome to sincerely answering you. Platelets Count Normal Range Chart by Age Platelets count range chart...

My A1c 10 and Blood Glucose 150, what does this mean?

The A1c test measures the average glucose (blood sugar) in the blood by assessing the amount glycated hemoglobin. “Hemoglobin” is a protein fulfills red blood cells. When glucose enters the bloodstream, it binds to hemoglobin molecule, this process makes the hemoglobin to be “glycated”. An A1C level below 5.7 percent is considered normal. see: A1c chart. Consequently, A1c 10 is very high this means high average blood glucose over past 3 months not a measure of today’s hgb A1c. Therefore you may fix your sugar level today but you have been neglected in the treatment of diabetes treatment in recent...

What is C-Peptide Test? (C-Peptide Levels meaning, charts)

C-peptide test is a medical test which helps determines how much insulin the pancreas is producing. C-peptide test measures insulin-connecting-protein called C-peptide in the blood. ALL C-Peptide FAQs Questions and simple answers about c-peptide test requirements and needs as well as the general medical terms related to the C-peptide lab test. Medical Terms Insulin C-Peptide, Proinsulin C-Peptide; C-Terminal Insulin, Connecting peptide, and serum C-peptide. Is C peptide a hormone? No, C-peptide is a kind of connecting proteins, as c-peptide role is to connect insulin units at the beginning of manufacturing insulin inside pancreas  beta cells. But, Insulin is a hormone helps...