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Albumin Blood Test Results Explained
Hi, blood test results back and my globulin levels are 37g/l and believe this is above range- what can it mean? My albumin levels are 38g/l
Insufficient info: There are many components in the fraction called globulin and you need serum protein electrophoresis and may be immunofixation to resolve the identity of the protein that is increased. ...Read more
Albumins are proteins which dissolve in water and are not covered with chains of sugars. The most common is serum albumin. These molecules transport other molecules which don't dissolve in water very well. But its main function is to regulate the amount of water in the blood. Another type of Albumin is the ...Read more
My husband just got blood test results back and he is a tiny bit low in protein something to do with albumin what can he do to increase it to what it?
FU with doctor: A low Albumin is not specific. It could be related to a wide range of illnesses or it could be transient and meaningless. Albumin is produced in the liver and can be low in cases of malnutrition, liver disease, kidney disease and other. Your best option to follow up with his physician. He has the whole picture. All the best! ...Read more
Do the below blood test results indicate I have livers disease? Thanks. -ALT: 57 - AST: 67 -Albumin : 4.5 -Total Bilirubin: 1.7
Without knowing the: Normal ranges for your laboratory one cannot say with certainty, however it does appear that your liver enzymes are elevated consistent with liver disease. Discuss your concerns with your health care provider. ...Read more
My last blood test results included these: albumin 3.9, total protein 7.0, alkaline phosphatase 165, ast/sgot 31, alt/sgpt 86, bilirubin, total 0.5, bilirubin, direct 0.2; any hint of a liver problem?
Liver: Everything looks good.Get a more detailed answer ›
What could cause a neg anion gap on blood test w low albumin and low tot protein? Seen it on blood work over the past year. Have ruq pain no diagnosis
On blood test result, my total protein serum is 77G/L, is this too high? Albumin serum is 47g/L and estimated GFRis 86mL/min, is this All normal?, if not what are the possible diagnosis please? Thanks
A cmp blood test says albumin/globulin ratio is 2.6 (says normal range is 1-2.1). What is this ratio, and what do results mean? Should I be concerned?
I wouldn't worry: High albumin doesn't occur except in dehydration which also raises globulin, so your total globulin is a bit low overall. Chances are you're one of the folks who makes less in the way of antibodies than other folks, at least right now. This level's no danger to you. These investigations are seldom productive and if you feel well, I'd simply be thankful for good health and keep an eye on it. ...Read more
My globulin is high its 3.7 while 3.5 is maximum but my protein and albumin are normal is blood test? Please tell is this something to worry about?
Any symptoms?: The difference between 3.7 and 3.5 is not clinically meaningful and if this is the only "abnormality" then you need not worry. ...Read more
My albumin, globulin values came slightly off in blood test. Albumin: 5.1 gm/dl (normal 3.5-4.8) globulin: 2.1 gm/dl (normal 2.5-3.2) shd I worry?
Albumin 3.9 globulin 4.2 could this means multiple myeloma! Other blood test were within normal range?
Stop worrying: If you're otherwise feeling well, the chances of this being myeloma are remote. Reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthies fall outside on either end. ...Read more
Liver enzymes were elevated and got retested the resutls were albumin blood test is 4.9. Is this good? I'm a 26 y/o female.
Incomplete info: The albunin level is good, but you did not provide information on the liver enzyme levels. Please note that all lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. ...Read more
My cmp blood test says my albumin level is 5.8 g/dl (says normal range is 3.6-5.1) what does this mean? Should I be concerned and get second opinion?
You can calc Bioavailable Testosterone using Total Test, SHBG & Albumin. Is there a serum blood test for Bioavailable that is not calculated?
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Extremely fatigue ran blood test all in normal range except total protein 8.7, globulin slightly high, albumin boarder lined, is that why I'm tired?
Blood test RBC 4.07, Hemoglobin 129 Hematocrit 0.385 Monocytes 1.1 GFR 57 Alkaline Phosphatase 39 Also Urine Albumin/Creatinine 6.7?
Need more info: Trying to give you a "heads up" on the implications of these values is like knowing the full story of a book by just reading the table of contents. The best person to give you insight about what these lab values mean is the physician who ordered them and knows a lot about your general health and background. ...Read more
Can u help me on this blood test? Lab data: random glucose 5.3, bun 7.5, creatinine 65, egfr superior to 60, sodium 139, potassium 3.3, chloride 100, c02 33, anion gap 6, ldh 151, ast 46, alp 45, gamma GT 16, ALT 31, total albumin 12, total protein 52, c
May be: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, if you provide the results, it may be feasible to render an opinion. ...Read more
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My blood test results showed the mononcytes at 14.1% (973/cmm). Is that too high and what could it mean?
Not a problem: You should ignore monocytes. I always do. ...Read more
Same as anywhere: The thing in question is not there. Not present. Ask the provider who ordered the tests for an explanation of the results. It's part of the services from providers to complete the stage of diagnostic evaluation. Ask - if you do't understand - say so and they might make it simpler. Best! ...Read more
RDW: RDW=red cell distribution width. This is a statistical measure or the degree of variation in sizes of the red cells. It is a useful parameter ini classifying anemias that may otherwise be similar, for example iron deficiency and some thalassemias. But other parameters are more generally useful. ...Read more
Need to know test: It depends on the test. Some high need fixed, others low. Please re-ask with more information. ...Read more
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