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Does low vitamin d, low white blood count, low neutrophils, high bilirubin deserve pass by the pcp? (like no remarks no further tests or questions ask

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Dr. Victor Bonuel
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: An ideal DR gives

His or her patients explanation of what's going on including diagnoses and course of treatment etc.
If u are not satisfied with your pcp, seek a 2nd opinion. http://www.vitaminddeficiencysymptomsguide.com/symptoms-of-low-vitamin-d-levels/ http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/low-white-blood-cell-count/my00162 http://www.Ehow.Com/about_5329410_high-bilirubin-levels-adults.Html#page=0.

In brief: An ideal DR gives

His or her patients explanation of what's going on including diagnoses and course of treatment etc.
If u are not satisfied with your pcp, seek a 2nd opinion. http://www.vitaminddeficiencysymptomsguide.com/symptoms-of-low-vitamin-d-levels/ http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/low-white-blood-cell-count/my00162 http://www.Ehow.Com/about_5329410_high-bilirubin-levels-adults.Html#page=0.
Dr. Victor Bonuel
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Dr. Randy Baker
Well said, though I would say not just "an ideal doctor" but a competent doctor. As many know, doctor comes from the Latin word for teacher; an essential aspect of the doctor-patient relationship is the doctor explaining things to the patient!
Dr. Randy Baker
Holistic Medicine
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In brief: Seek another doc

Low vit. D at least deserves treatment recommendations.
If you use sunscreen or don't get mid-day sun then take 5-8000 iu of d3/day. Low wbc/neut. May not be serious- depends on how low- could be a transient virus, but with high bili could be hepatitis- don't know how high and slightly high bili not always serious.But at the very least your doc should be explaining all this, not me! find a new doc!

In brief: Seek another doc

Low vit. D at least deserves treatment recommendations.
If you use sunscreen or don't get mid-day sun then take 5-8000 iu of d3/day. Low wbc/neut. May not be serious- depends on how low- could be a transient virus, but with high bili could be hepatitis- don't know how high and slightly high bili not always serious.But at the very least your doc should be explaining all this, not me! find a new doc!
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