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Cancer Blood Test Results Explained
Hi, i had my blood test results back and my B12 vitamins are slightly high, it was 947 ng/l. Does this mean i have a cancer risk. Should i be worrried?
You're OK: I like my patients to keep their B12 levels in your range. If that was the only "abnormality" on your test, you'll be fine. ...Read more
How long does it take for a blood test results (testing for tumour markers - testicular cancer) to come back?
My blood test results say my CRP is 5.8, I have had a brain tumor before so when I look up this up I have seen the word cancer and thats where my mind goes. What does a 5.8 CRP mean?
Recent blood test results show that I have blood in my urine. Result is 150 ( in a range 0-10 ) I am 50 years old and no longer have a period . ?
I just received my blood test results which showed a ca-125 reading of 35. The blood test results showed hyper chromic microcytic anaemia.
Benign: A Ca 125 of 35 was found to be a useful cutoff point, with 99% of healthy women having values less than 35. Levels above 35 units are certainly seen in healthy women, but beyond the cutoff point of 35, the higher the value, the more likely there is trouble. With ovarian cancer, the levels measure in hundreds. Depends on what you are looking for. Repeat the test. You probably need some iron tabs. ...Read more
Consult your doc: This site is not designed as a substitute for your regular doc. If you had tests done, consult with the doc that ordered them.If you are not comfortable with that doc find a new one. Any question to the site should contain all info needed for medical advice. If you choose you can arrange for private conversations through the messaging system if a doc agrees to consult with your case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well: Us medical folks go to school to learn how to interpret test results. Don't know how much of a crash course can be provided in 400 characters or less. Consider reviewing the results with your medical provider. Take care. ...Read more
Depends on the type: Of test. Most routine tests are done in less than four hours and reported soon after. Other tests may take 2-4 weeks. ...Read more
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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