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What would make your blood feel "poisoned" if your complete blood count was normal? Could you still have a liver or kidney problem?

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Dr. Joseph Woods
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In brief: You might.

You still can have a problem or a problem developing even if you have a normal cbc.
That's why there are liver function tests and renal function tests and a chemistry panel. For example, you can have a high serum creatinine level with a normal CBC that would point to a renal problem, and/or a high bilirubin pointing to a gallbladder issue. Eventually the CBC can be affected but after long dz.

In brief: You might.

You still can have a problem or a problem developing even if you have a normal cbc.
That's why there are liver function tests and renal function tests and a chemistry panel. For example, you can have a high serum creatinine level with a normal CBC that would point to a renal problem, and/or a high bilirubin pointing to a gallbladder issue. Eventually the CBC can be affected but after long dz.
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