The first bpd test came back positive on Jan. 14, but there’s still no definitive answer about how it came back.
A bpd infection can also show up on a urine test, but the results are often inconclusive.
According to Dr. John G. Fishel, an infectious disease physician at the Cleveland Clinic, a bpd blood test is typically conducted within two to six days of the first test.
The lab also may test a sample from the body for antibodies that can indicate a bp positive.
While the first two tests are usually positive, Fishels lab said that if the test results are inconclusive, then the next test could be ordered and a follow-up test done.
Infectious disease specialists say it’s important for patients to get tested as soon as possible because the next step is usually the most expensive and potentially dangerous.
Bpd can cause complications that include low blood pressure, high cholesterol, joint pain and arthritis.
People who have it can have long-term side effects that can include headaches, migraines, loss of appetite and fatigue.
Fishel also recommends getting tested at least once every six months to be sure the infection hasn’t recurred.
“It’s an indicator that it’s going to take a while before we see any definitive result, but if it does then we want to do that as soon after the first one as possible,” Fishell said.
If the first bp test was positive, then you may need to have your body checked by a doctor and possibly have a repeat test.
Doctors can use the results to find out what the body looks like and how quickly it can recover from a bps infection.
An ultrasound test should only be done by a specialist who has a degree in a health care specialty.
It’s not usually done by family members or health care providers, and it’s not a treatment option for people with other health conditions, like diabetes.
You can also order a bpi blood test at a clinic like the Cleveland Health and Human Services Department or Cleveland Clinic.
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