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What Does Plt Cnt Res Result Mean On A Blood Test
What do these high blood test numbers mean? Liver damage: blood test: alp 126 u/l gamma GT 85 u/l plts 454 x10 3/ul
Does low lymph mean u have aids my blood test said mine was 8low. Wbc is 15.3h plts 142low. Bun 6 low cr 0.48low gluc116 ca7.9 everything else normal.
Maybe infection,,,: From your information, it looks like you've got infection. Your white count is high and that is a very telling sign of infection which could be a complication of your endometriosis. You'd need an aids test and would have other general signs like long standing fever and not necessarily abdominal pain and wouldn't have such a high white count for aids. Best of luck. ...Read more
Blood test results:RBC 6, 89, HGB 186, HCT 56, WBC 5, 4, PLT 194, MCV 81, 3, MCH 27, MCHC 332.Other results ok except ALT = 52. What do you think? Thank you
Blood tests: All perfectly normal. A single mildly elevated liver function test is of no consequence ...Read more
Hi I recently had a blood test and my PLT count was 51K and my MPV was 11.6fl. Everything else was pretty normal. Should I be concerned?
Hi I recently had a blood test and my PLT count was 51K (172 in feb) and my MPV was 11.6fl. Everything else was pretty normal. Should I be concerned?
Bleeding risk: Platelets are important to initiate blood clotting. With a count of 50, 000 your time to stop bleeding will be twice that of normal. By itself that's not very dangerous, but should be monitored. The cause of low platelets are infections, drugs, auto-immune reactions, and blood or bone marrow diseases. It needs further evaluation if follow up counts show it getting worse. ...Read more
Hi im pregnant 28 week my blood test respons (PLT=127)is low in the normal range dangerous for me or baby?
Comment 5mnths old blood test. Not in range PLT (180-320) 467 LYMPH% (66-70) 54, 3 MONO (0, 05-0, 9) 1, 09 MONO% (2-6)11, 1 EO (0, 05-0, 7)0, 93 EO% (1-3, 5)9, 5 Thnks?
Blood tests: There are a few diseases that leap out from blood tests. Most of the time, however, blood tests don't tell the doctor much on their own. These results fall into the second group, not very specific. Your doctor will need to relate them to the symptoms for which the tests were requested. ...Read more
I had blood test today: pdw - 16.0%, mvp - 7.6 fl, pct - 1.700 fl - this is high I think, MCV - 89.7 fl, PLT - 218, hb 166, WBC - 8 g/l RBC - 5.7?
Please clarify: There is no context here or the reason for these blood tests. Numbers thrown at us without a history or context or what else is tested does not lead to any real or valid help here. ...Read more
Can someone tell me do I have problems wtih my blood test. Hb - 166, RBC - 5.75, WBC - 8.0 hct - 0.516 PLT -218 I think this is low for plt? Age 20
Hello! We did blood test for our 5months son to check his hemoglobin. Hemoglobin came back normal but PLT and EOS is high. I want your opinion about his blood test, because I'm worried if everything is alright. He haven't been sick and don't have allergie
See doctor wi report: His blood tests showed hemoglobin to be normal which is good. Platelets being high is not uncommon but main question wld be how high &what are the ranges in the lab u had tests done. So we need the actual report to be able to comment. Eosinophils being high may SUGGEST allergy or a mild atopic dermatitis or a harbinger of impending allergy. See his doctor&discuss all with him- will guide u better. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on why the test was ordered in the first place. The test must be evaluated in the context of the clinical symptoms. ...Read more
Very vague: It is very vague question and is difficult to answer. What test did you have? It is very difficult to make affirmative or otherwise comment on an apparently positive statement like 'satisfactory '. We need more and clearer information. Thank you for the question. ...Read more
No syphilis.: Vdrl (veneral disease research laboratory) is a non-treponemal specific blood test that is widely used to screen populations for syphilis. A negative test if reassuring; a positive (reactive) test has to be followed by a treponemal-specific test such a fluorescent treponemal antibody absorption (fta-abs). ...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 more
My blood test results showed the mononcytes at 14.1% (973/cmm). Is that too high and what could it mean?
Not a problem: You should ignore monocytes. I always do. ...Read more
My niece has had a blood test and before the results are in she has been told that the symptoms are behcets. What does that mean?
Here is a great reference with information about this condition:
http://www. Niams. Nih. Gov/Health_Info/Behcets_Disease/behcets_disease_ff. Asp ...Read more
Have Badly handwritten blood test results. What does + or - ve mean at the end of each test, possibly a u with dash marks. One says O/-ve Thank u?
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What to do if I had a blood test, then, the result for hepatitisbs ag is reactive (low titre), what's mean by dat?
Hepatitis B: The presence of He B surface antigen may indicate acute or chronic Hep B infection. You need to have a more complete panel, with Hep B core antibody and Hep B surface antibody checked. In chronic infection you would have positive surface antigen and core antibody, but no surface antibody. You would then need further evaluation, with Hep B viral load, e antigen and antibody, and liver enzymes. ...Read more
I've had a blood test and results shown I have bio in my blood what does this mean and is it anything to worry about?
Be careful: The "body bio blood chemistry" test being promoted online by "natural healing / alternative medicine" types appears to be a set of standard labs reporting in nonstandard units to flag many values as "abnormal", claiming this reveals underlying latent illness. I believe this is either misguided or a conscious health fraud. Get a second opinion from an ethical holistic practitioner. ...Read more
Same as anywhere: The thing in question is not there. Not present. Ask the provider who ordered the tests for an explanation of the results. It's part of the services from providers to complete the stage of diagnostic evaluation. Ask - if you do't understand - say so and they might make it simpler. Best! ...Read more
RDW: RDW=red cell distribution width. This is a statistical measure or the degree of variation in sizes of the red cells. It is a useful parameter ini classifying anemias that may otherwise be similar, for example iron deficiency and some thalassemias. But other parameters are more generally useful. ...Read more
Antibodies: A positive herpes igg means you have antibodies to the herpes virus. If you test positive for igg and negative for igm, your herpes infection is probably not recent - i.e. From the past 2 months. The test is not always accurate; if you have never had a herpes infection it could be a false positive, and you should have it repeated. ...Read more
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