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Lots of stuff: How many red and white blood cells and platelets are there in your blood. Are they the right sizes and shapes and appearances? Anything extra? Any cell type coming up short, or overabundant? There are a great many things that will alter a CBC, and often this is the totally-unexpected tipoff that enables a diagnosis. And many very sick folks have a normal CBC. It's a lifetime's study.
Share on twitter bookmark & share printer-friendly version a complete blood count (CBC) test measures the following: •the number of red blood cells (rbc count) •the number of white blood cells (wbc count) •the total amount of hemoglobin in the blood •the fraction of the blood composed of ...Read more
All labs are normal (CBC, complete metobolic panel, etc.). Still worried I have cirrhosis. Likely?
I have a CBC with automated complete diff and a comp. Metabolic panel 12 to be done. Will nicotine be detected in either of the tests?
No: None of the tests you mentioned is a test for nicotine.
Is nicotine tested in both CBC with automated complete diff and comprehensive metabolic panel 12 test?
I have to have some blood work done today. I had a cigarette this morning. Will nicotine show up in a CBC with automated complete diff or a cmp 12?
I had a complete CBC and everything was in range except my reticuloycyte count. It is .3. WBC 6.1, RBC 4.88, hemoglobin, 14.4, homatocrit, 43.1. iron is normal and so is b12. been having dizzy spells?
Unlikely related: with the lab values reviewed, your symptoms would be very unlikely related to anemia or an issue with red blood cell production. retic counts are best evaluated in the setting of anemia or suspected bone marrow problem. unfortunately your symptoms could have a wide range on causes. simplest is not drinking enough fluids, not taking in enough salt and have low blood sugars. should see your doctor iSee 1 more doctor answer
I just had a complete CBC blood test. If there was HIV infection would it show in my blood count/platelets?
Still feel slight burn at tip of penis , did complete cbc, urine culture , all std , all neg. what would be my next step if symptoms persist?
Urologist: It would be prudent to consult a urologist.
COMPLETE CBC which was all came back normal except : WBC - 2.9 and NEUTROPHIL (absolute ) - 0.8 . She was also diagnosed with B/V and genital warts?
CBC: In the absence of a clinical history and exam it is very difficult to interpret lab data, but this is grossly abnormal and may necessitate a bone marrow biopsy after an extensive evaluation. See a hematologist ASAP.