Blood test results

Hi, I've been feeling pretty unwell for some time now with some worrying symptoms (fatigue, pins and needles, chest twinges, sudden spider veins over legs, achiness, bad mood etc.) but my blood test has come back as 'normal'. I personally think the results are quite low across different areas - could somebody please provide recommendations of what may be wrong and what i should be doing to help myself? Thank you

VITAMIN D

25-Hydroxyvitamin D2 level - Result: 2.7 nmol/L - Normal range: N/A

25-Hydroxyvitamin D3 level - Result: 51.6 nmol/L - Normal range: N/A

TOTAL 25-HYDROXY VITAMIN D - Result: 54.3 nmol/L - Normal range: N/A

HbA1c levl - IFCC standardised - Result: 30 mmol/mol - Normal range: N/A

Serum folate - Result: 3.5 ug/L - Normal range: 3 - 16ug/L

Serum vitamin B12 - Result: 218 ng/L - Normal range: 150 - 900ng/L

Serum ferritin - Result: 23.5 ug/L - Normal range: 7 - 90ug/L

UREA AND ELECTROLYTES

Serum sodium - Result: 141 mmol/L - Normal range: 133 - 146mmol/L

Serum potassium - Result: 4.1 mmol/L - Normal range: 3.5 - 5.5mmol/L

Serum urea level - Result: 3.8 mmol/L - Normal range: 3.5 - 7.4mmol/L

Serum creatinine - Result: 63 umol/L - Normal range: 45 - 84umol/L

GFR calculated abbreviatd MDRD - Result: 90 mL/min/1.73m^2 > - Normal range: N/A

ACUTE KIDNEY INJURYN/A

Not available, Insufficient data to determine AKI Stage

THYROID FUNCTION TEST

Serum free T4 level - Result: 16.9 pmol/L - Normal range: 9 - 24pmol/L

Serum TSH level - Result: 2 mu/L - Normal range: 0.2 - 5mu/L

LIVER FUNCTION TEST

Serum bilirubin level - Result: 10 umol/L - Normal range: < 22umol/L

AST serum level - Result: 18 u/L - Normal range: 5 - 45u/L

Plasma ALT level - Result: 12 iu/L - Normal range: 5 - 40iu/L

Serum alkaline phosphatase - Result: 51 u/L - Normal range: 30 - 130u/L

Serum total protein - Result: 68 g/L - Normal range: 60 - 80g/L

Serum albumin - Result: 42 g/L - Normal range: 34 - 48g/L

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate - Result: 2 mm/1stHr - Normal range: < 7mm/1stHr

FULL BLOOD COUNT - FBC

Total white cell count - Result: 6.8 10*9/L - Normal range: 4 - 1110*9/L

Haemoglobin estimation - Result: 133 g/L - Normal range: 115 - 165g/L

Red blood cell (RBC) count - Result: 4.48 10*12/L - Normal range: 3.8 - 5.510*12/L

Haematocrit - Result: 0.37 Ratio - Normal range: 0.37 - .47Ratio

Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) - Result: 84 fL - Normal range: 80 - 98fL

Mean corpusc. haemoglobin(MCH) - Result: 29.7 pg - Normal range: 27 - 33pg

Mean corpusc. Hb. conc. (MCHC) - Result: 356 g/L - Normal range: 320 - 365g/L

NB: From 23/10/2014 minor reference range changes.

Platelet count - Result: 188 10*9/L - Normal range: 150 - 40010*9/L

Neutrophil count - Result: 3.94 10*9/L - Normal range: 1.8 - 7.510*9/L

Lymphocyte count - Result: 2.33 10*9/L - Normal range: 1 - 410*9/L

Monocyte count - Result: 0.51 10*9/L - Normal range: 0.2 - 110*9/L

Eosinophil count - Result: 0.05 10*9/L - Normal range: 0 - .410*9/L

Basophil count - Result: 0.01 10*9/L - Normal range: 0 - .110*9/L

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  • Waiting for answers for comparison read part 'Treatment options':

    thyroiduk.org.uk/tuk/about_...

    The often-deficient four (ferritin, B12, D and folate) look not so good. I've read here that B12 should be around 1000 an others at least mid-range

  • Ferritin should be 70-90. B12 800+. Folate and Vit D look low too. What are you taking? Are you diagnosed?

  • Thanks for both of your replies. I'm currently taking vitamin b12 tablets and iron rich water supplements, but I've not been diagnosed by my doctor. They won't treat me as I'm just within normal ranges, so apparently I'm well. But I'm really concerned about my results as although 'normal' on nhs standards, they're not optimum at all. I can't afford private so I'll need to self medicate, but I don't want to accidentally overload on vitamins or take the wrong supplements , so I need some direction. Thanks for reading

  • Put your b12 results on the pa site......mine were 250 but due to having the similar symptoms you have I was given treatment on NHS ......you are not in there treatment range but as you have neurological symptoms, you can be treated, the pa page will advise you how to get the treatment........it will be a life changer, it was for me....good luck

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