There is nothing more worrying than finding abnormalities during the examination.
An abnormal indicator or symptom is enough to make old friends tense up.
In fact, after some [abnormalities] are found out, there is no need to be too nervous. Just relax and have regular reviews.
Shall we take a look?
White coat hypertension
Some people will find that the blood pressure measured by doctors in hospitals will be higher than the blood pressure measured at home.
Why is blood pressure high after entering the hospital? Is the sphygmomanometer at home inaccurate?
In fact, this phenomenon is called [white coat hypertension].
The incidence rate of hypertension in white coat is 10% ~ 20%, which is more common in children and the elderly.
Some researchers believe that white coat hypertension may be related to the patient’s nervousness after seeing a doctor.
However, there are also some studies that believe that white coat hypertension is a prelude to hypertension:
70% ~ 80% of the friends of patients with white coat hypertension will develop real hypertension within 5 ~ 6 years.
For patients suspected of white coat hypertension, don’t rush to give yourself the conclusion of [hypertension] diagnosis.
At this time, doctors often recommend 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, which can show the blood pressure level more objectively and accurately.
Many thyroid nodules are asymptomatic and are mostly found after neck B-ultrasound. If the nodule is large, it can also be felt by touch.
Many patients have a heavy psychological burden after learning that they have thyroid nodules.
After thyroid nodules are found, doctors need to judge their benign and malignant.
In general, 95% of thyroid nodules are benign lesions.
Some patients’ nodules can fade on their own, while others are inflammatory nodules, which can also shrink as long as they improve their living habits according to the doctor’s advice and take drugs at the same time.
If the tendency is benign, regular observation is sufficient for annual physical examination.
[Hyperosteogeny] is also called long [spur].
Osteogeny is more of a sign of aging, and in many cases, it is not even a disease. It is due to the adjustment changes made by bones in order to repair and adapt as they grow older.
Many [hyperosteogeny] will not cause diseases or discomfort. Only osteophytes that compress nerves and blood vessels and cause pathological symptoms, or osteophytes that grow so large that joints [jam] need surgery.
General [bone spur] does not need to be treated by traumatic means such as surgery.
In urine examination, the more common occurrence of bacteria is: urine specimen contamination.
Bacteria should not exist in urine itself, but bacteria can exist in and around the urethra, as well as in the urine cup and catheter for urine examination.
Therefore, if only bacteria are detected in routine urine examination, don’t panic first. Doctors need to combine other clues to further judge.
If urinary tract infection really occurs, there will usually be frequent urination, urgent urination, pain, even fever, lumbago and other symptoms.
Generally speaking, when there are these symptoms of urinary tract infection, combined with positive urine leukocytes, etc., the significance of bacteria in urine routine is relatively large.
Under normal circumstances, the heart beats at a certain frequency, and the general rhythm is neat. After a normal beat, suddenly a beat faster than the normal frequency disrupts the original rhythm, which is premature beat.
There are many reasons for premature beats. In daily life, drinking coffee, drinking strong tea, staying up late, catching a cold, drinking alcohol and so on can cause premature beats. Generally, such premature beats are transient. After removing the above factors, a good rest can disappear without worry. For these people, contact with these factors should be avoided as much as possible.
If it is this isolated premature beat, that is, the heart itself has no definite lesion, the prognosis is generally good and safe.
It is worth noting that many friends with organic heart diseases will also suffer from premature beats and feel uncomfortable, such as myocarditis, coronary heart disease, hypertension, valvular heart disease, etc., which may lead to premature beats.
These people should go to the hospital in time and follow the advice and guidance of professional doctors.
If premature beats continue to occur and cannot be relieved, they should seek medical treatment in time and be properly treated.
The purpose of this article is to remind everyone not to be too anxious because of some abnormalities. However, the specific diagnosis should still be judged by a professional doctor, not by oneself.
If you find yourself in the above situation, although you may not need treatment, you also need to pay attention to developing a healthy lifestyle and regularly review it. In case of discomfort, you should let a professional doctor judge and deal with it as soon as possible.