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Gran Blood Test
Nope: The total WBC is important to know for sure, but this percentage is unlikey to be of any consequence. ...Read more
Wha???: Numbers, numbers,numbers. You need you know the reference ranges of the lab that did the tests. You need to know why the tests were done and how they relate to prior tests, if any. Those numbers on their face don't bother me too much, but that's not really saying too much either. What bothers me is that you didn't ask the doctor who ordered them. So, your mission is clear..... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trouble urinating got blood test. WBC 14.5, LYMPH 4.9,MONO 0.9, GRAN 8.6,SGPT 96, CO2, 32.. All Abnormal flags.. Prostate looks normal . HELP ME plse.
Time for a visit: The site is not designed to diagnose and treat patients.Although we often address broad questions and comment on a variety of health issues.That fact is at the bottom of every site page. Your lab is odd, but without having a proper history, physical exam and the other parts of an evaluation, I can only suggest you discuss it all with your doc at a scheduled office visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing: Labs mean nothing whatever in the absence of a clinical history and physical exam. Especially, relative percentages of lymphocytes and granulocytes is junk data that, frankly, i wish the labs wouldn't even report. The absolute counts of both lymps and monocytes fluctuate wildly hour by hour, and i'd draw no conclusion. I hope some other finding will reveal the true cause of your chronic fatigue. ...Read more
Blood test result shows a low 38 % in the granulocyte and a high 20 in the mono category. Is there a reason for concern? Should i retake bloods?
Malaise syndrome: There is no blood test for malaise syndrome. Malaise is a general term to mean "feeling unwell." although somewhat controversial, chronic fatigue syndrome is said to be associated with post-exertional malaise such as fatigue, light-headedness, muscle or joint pain, cognitive dysfunction, headache, nausea, weakness, trembling or insomnia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Blood tests & eating: Only a few blood tests require that you be fasting--most particularly tests for sugar (glucose) and a lipid panel (because the triglycerides go very high after eating. Most other tests do not require a fasting state--including electrolytes, thyroid tests, liver tests, total cholesterol & HDL cholesterol, kidney function, and blood counts. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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