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Is Sgpt 43 Normal
AST (SGOT) is 2494 U/L (normal range is <50); ALT(SGPT) is 2363 U/L (normal range is <50) and Bilirubin total is 4.51 mg/dl. How serious is he?
It depends: How does he FEEL? If this is simply acute hepatitis from a virus or a medication, he may end up fine. If it is from alcohol, then he is in serious danger -- if he recovers, there's still the behavior that caused this in the first place, itself deadly serious. If he is systemically sick and this is "shock liver", the treatment is that of the underlying illness. ...Read more
What does an elevated Gloublin of 4.2 mean?? (Normal range is 2.0-4.0)
Albumin normal at 3.9 (Normal range is 3.5-5.0).
Probably nothing: This is such a minor elevation, it probably just means you were fighting off a cold or minor infection and the antibodies in your immune system (which are made of globulins) were slightly elevated when you took this test. I would repeat it when you are feeling completely well, and if it is still elevated, discuss further testing with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My IONIZED CALCIUM is 1.01 mmol/L. Normal values is 1.1-1.4. INTACT PTH is 108 pg/ml. Normal values is 11-67. Normal 24-hour Urine Calcium?
Normal hb and normal wbc, normal platelet , slightly low RBC 4.4 ( range is 4.5-5.11) is this considered normal ?
Lab variation: This is usually not alarming. It is usually considered lab variation. Most of the time the ordering physician considers the reason they ordered the test, and decides if the variation has any significance in relation to that reason. If so, then they sometimes re-order at a future date to see if it indicates a certain directional trend. ...Read more
My billirubin Total is 17.8mg/dl SGPT ALT is 59 U/l Alkaline Phosphatase is 198 U/L and Anti HAV Igm is negative. Age is 63. Why is mybillirubin high?
Direct bilirubin is 0.3 (rangeis 0-0.2), globulin-3.6 (range is 2.3-3.5) a/g ratio is 1.19 (range-120-2). Cbc is normal. Plz advise
Get with your doctor: The only concern I have here is the slight elevation in direct bilirubin. I'm also going to assume it's new; some folks always run it at this level because of their biology. It won't hurt you but may be a warning, most likely that some medication giving you cholestasis. ...Read more
Yes,,: These are technically "normal" values with fT4 normal range being 9-18 pmol/L while TSH is about 0.3-3.0 uIU/mL, though this last range can vary. Best of luck. ...Read more
Renal Insufficiency: Nope. That represents significant and potential renal failure. ...Read more
Partially low iga- 40 mg/dl- normal is 68 and above. Igg is 1362, normal range is 580-1500, igm is 111 which is normal. Cvid? Or Normal?
Question vague: There are a subset of the population that doesn't make much IgA, and they often have recurrent nose/ear/diarrheal infections in their lifetime. It is more a nuscience than a treatable condition. The reading could also be a lab error. ...Read more
Tell us more: Why did you get the blood checked in the first place? Also tell us about your complete blood count (CBC) report. Normally lymphocytes constitute 20-30% of your total white cell(WBC) count. But there can be fluctuations in these numbers. So if there is concern, you can redo the CBC and send us the whole report. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: 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, your hemoglobin is lower than normal, even for a female. If you are in your reproductive years, it may be due to menstrual blood loss. You may take oral iron and multivitamins and see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
High bilirubin : It's hard to say exactly without more information. There are two kinds of bilirubin measured, conjugated and unconjugated. Bilirubin is made in the body and broken down (conjugated) in the liver. Knowing which type is elevated help figure out if you're making too much or not eliminating fast enough. There are diseases (Gilbert's disease) that cause mild elevations that are not a problem. ...Read more