my FBC results and FSH and prolactin from 2 years ago, help pls with results

pls can someone interpret these results and tell me if ok? they are from 2 years ago before diagnosed hypo when i was complaining of thyroid symptoms and zero libido.

TSH *2.93 (0.3-5.5)

full blood count results below:

HB 14.2* g/dl (11.5-16.0)

MCV 86.5* fl (80-100)

MCH 29.4* pg (27-32)

MCHC 34.0* g/dl (30-36)

RDW 12.6* % (11.5-16.0)

HCT 0.418* (0.35-0.45)

RBC 4.83* 10*12/L (3.8-5.8)

WBC 7.98* 10*9/L (4-11)

NFUT 5.61* 10*9/L (1.8-7.5)

LYMP 1.95 * 10*9/L 1.0-3.5)

MONO 0.35* 10*9/L (0-1.0)

EOS 0.04* 10*9/L (0.04-0.4)

BASO 0.03* 10*9/L (0.0.2)

PLT 251* 10*9/L (150-400)

Follicle stimulating hormone and LH

F.S.H *3.4 iu/L

L.H *2.3 iu/L

prolactin test

prolactin *281 miu/L (ref range non pregnant- 102-496 miu/L)

Any help interpreting these results gratefully received.

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  • I think a lot of answers can be found through functional medicine. In this 5 min video he explains prolactin and low thyroid. He has many more pertaining to other reasons for low thyroid.

  • Can anyone tell me or inbox message me about my full blood count results and whether they think they are low or ok?

  • Minus, Google FBC, Labtestsonline, Patient.co.uk or NHS Choices and you should be able to get some info. I don't know enough to interpret the results other than TSH was within range but high enough to cause you hypo symptoms.

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