What do you think about this blood results? - Thyroid UK

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What do you think about this blood results?

Serum TSH 4.46 mlU/L

Serum sodium 141 mmol/L

Serum potassium 3.5 mmol/L

Serum urea 4.9 mmol/L

Serum creatinine 65 umol/L

Serum total protein 80g/L

Serum calcium 2.34 mmol/L

Serum albumin 46 g/L

Corrected serum calcium level 2.22 mmol/L

Serum magnesium 0.86 mmol/L

Hemoglobin 133 g/L

Total white cells 4.2

Platelet 181

Neutrophil 1.4

Lymphocyte 2.4

Monocytes 0.3

Eosinophil 0.1

Basophil 0.0

RBC 4.92

Haematocrit 0.402

Mean corpuscular vol 81.7

MCH 27.1

MCHC 331

Nucleated red blood cells 0.0

Mild neutropaenia

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Thanks for your help!

The symptoms are Feeling very tired. Can't focus. Emotional change mood very quickly.


Welcome to the forum, SM16.

Lab ref ranges (the figures in brackets after your results) vary all over the country so we really need to see your lab ref ranges to comment/advise.

Your TSH is high enough to cause hypothyroid symptoms and you should make sure to have your next test as early as possible in the morning when TSH is highest.



Neutropenia can be caused by iron, B12 and folate deficiency so you should ask your GP to test ferritin, B12 and folate and vitamin D.



Thank you


Well my doctor says I will be testing TSH again in a year and white cells in winter.

She won't test me for ferritin, b12, folate and vitamin D.


GP shouldn't wait longer than 3 months to retest TSH and if she won't test B12 and folate see another GP at the surgery or change GP.

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Maybe your Doc should read this..... good B12 levels are SO important...


Lots to read.... could you have the tests done privately ?


I identify my self with almost all of those symptoms! I have an appointment on the 21, doctor will have to do it, if she don't I will complain, it is negligent! I had this last check up done another doctor, because mine just wants to save govs money


I agree.....


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