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Can Too Much Synthroid Effect Your Rbc And Wbc
Low wbc, rbc, ly#, iron, free t3, and high tsh? On levoxyl (thyroxine) 137mcg, tt in dec due to pap. Carc. What could blood work indicate? No rai uptake scan.
Hi doctors..my aunt had her blood test done..her thyroxine is 14.92,hymoglobin is little high and RBC is 4.92.she used to have headaches.
Let her ask the Ques: It looks like she already has a doctor who can address your/her concerns. her Thyroxine level is a bit high, so her dose of medication(Thyroxine/Synthroid) may need to be reduced. But that is the job of her treating doctor. Her RBC number is fine.. For Headaches, if these are frequent, she may need to see a headache specialist(Neurologist). ...Read more
Evaluate? Free T3 2.7 Free T4 1.36 TSH 1.6 MCV 106.9 MCH 34.6 Cl 110 RDW 11.2 B12 245 UA RBC 10-20 Occult Blood 2+ On Synthroid (thyroxine) No alcohol B12 per Dr
Too much and yet....: Not enough info. Labs must be interpreted in light of your clinical situation. Your thyroid appears normal. Your red blood cells are uniformly and mildly enlarged. This may be that you had B12 deficiency and recently started B12. There are some red cells in your urine and some in your stool? These need explanation. See the doc who ordered these. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
OK, but...: Rbc( red blood cell) and wbc( white blood cell) can be seen in the urine. The significance of their presence, in part, depends on the number. "rare " rbc and "rare wbc"in the urine are most likely not significant, unless you are having symptoms. Alternatively, mhas than 3 to 5 rbc in a urine specimen is significant, and needs explanation. Ibuprofen, when taken in excess, can harm the kidneys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: 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, the results you provided are within normal limits. See this site for more information, but do not get up on minor differences from the given ranges. http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/complete-blood-count/basics/results/PRC-20014088 ...Read more
Lab Results: Taken alone they don't really mean much. How elevated are they? What are other lab values? What signs and symptoms do you have? You need to ask this of the person that ordered their test. It might just indicate that more lab work needs to be done to determine IF there is anything wrong. Talk to your medical provider! ...Read more