I've been signed off as unfit for work for 2 weeks with Nerve Pain as I was told the Dr had to "put something" on the medical certificate and she thinks it's nerve related. Told to double and even triple up on my amitriptyline and she's booked me an appointment to see my registered Dr next week to review.
I remembered to ask for a printout of my blood tests - there's pages of it!!!
So, here goes: (copied as per printout)
Haemoglobin A1c level - IFCC standardised (XaPbt) = 43 mmol/mol. For monitoring QOF control targets are 59, 64, 75 mmol/mol
Full Blood Count:-
Total White Blood Count 8.6 10*9/l (4.0-11.0)
Red Blood Cell Count 4.86 10*12/l (3.5-5.5)
Haemoglobin concentration (Xa96v) 146 g/l (115-165.0)
Haematocrit (X76tb) 0.431 l/l (0.37-0.47)
Mean Cell Volume (42A) 88.7fl (78.0-100.0)
Mean Cell Haemoglobin level (XE2pb) 30.0pg (27.0-32.0)
Mean Cell haemoglobin concentration 339g/l (320-360)
Red Blood Cell distribution width (XE2mO) 12.4% (11.5-15.5)
Platelet count - observation 302 10*9/l (150.0-400.0)
Mean Platelet volume 10.6 fl (8.0-12.0)
Neutrophil count 4.3 10*9/L (2.0-7.5)
Lymphocyte count 3.4 10*9/L (1.5-4.5)
Monocyte count - observation 0.60 10*9/L (0.2-1.0)
Eosinophil count - observation 0.29 10*9/L (0.04-0.4)
Basophil count 0.1 10*9/L (<0.3)
Serum TSH level (XaELV) 4.38 mIU/L (0.3-5.0) TSH within limits excludes primary but not secondary hypothyroidism.
Plasma Viscosity (XE2pd) Above Range 1.76 mPa.s (1.5-1.72). Above high reference limit.
Plasma fasting glucose level. 5.0 mmol/L (3.3-6.0)
Serum ferritin level (XE24r) 50 ng/ml (15.0-350.0)
If it's relevant I also have a whole load of figures for Liver function and serum and a calcium profile. Although it may as well be written in a foreign language!
But to my untrained eye, no full thyroid tests from what I can tell.