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Advanced blood tests at 3 months after diagnosis.

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Since the rush at the hematologists at the clinic where I will possibly be treated is sometimes big and now is the vacation season, I could not make an appointment earlier than August 2nd to see my hematologist (then he returns from vacation possibly).

So I decided to get ahead of the events and show you my tests on the 3rd of this month after the official diagnosis before I had discussed them with a doctor.

The interesting thing is that in this laboratory I had lymphocytes 9.00 3 months ago. Then I also had 7.86 there. At the same time in other 2 places I had about 7. Anyway.

This lab is convenient for me because it works both on Saturday and Sunday.

The triglycerides are clear (I will fix them). I will follow up on the increased phosphorus, but I explain it to myself with the intake of 5000 units of vitamin D, which, as you can see, is still below the lower limit. So I raised it to 7500 units (with vitamin K2) .In addition, in front of the computer for about 10 days, maybe I got a little carried away with eating apricot kernels, which (like almonds) contain a lot of phosphorus.

For some time now, I have been getting slight itching, chaotically all over my body. They are tolerable, but I wonder about the reason. I have read that in some lymphomas and leukemias these itches occurred.

From another point of view, I suggest that I get them mostly on the days when I take green tea supplements (such as today). I alternate it every other day with curcumin. The dose is 3 in the morning and 2 in the evening 850 mg capsule (1: 20).

I buy all supplements from the UK from verified sources with the necessary certificates. So what don't I buy from the UK? Clothes, equipment, supplements. Only food I don't buy (there's a reason).

I will ask the doctor about them.

I think I'm fine with immunity so far. I'm not feeling any knots yet.

If someone is a rabbi and can interpret with understanding, please, I will be pleased and interesting.

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Yalokin

and this

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Yalokin in reply to Yalokin

I'll play around with the resolution a bit.

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AussieNeilAdministrator in reply to Yalokin

This site compresses images to improve loading time. That compression also obviously reduces the image quality. If you reduce the image size, I think about 800 pixels width should work, then you can avoid the compression and loss of image quality.

Neil

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Yalokin in reply to AussieNeil

On a black-and-white scan, it is visible below. I scanned now at 600 dpi with medium quality to enter the file size parameter to 10 Mb. At the next resolution, 1200 dpi, things go far.

I played for at least 1/2 hour.

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AussieNeilAdministrator in reply to Yalokin

I suggest you aim for a file size of 200 to 400kbytes. I think the image processing for replies may be different than for a post.

Neil

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