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Hello I know this is rather long but I would be grateful if anyone could tell if there is anything wrong really appreciate it regards angela

NameResultNormal range

HbA1c levl - IFCC standardised41 mmol/mol20 - 41mmol/mol

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Serum lipids06 Jun 2017

NameResultNormal range

Serum triglycerides3.3 mmol/LN/A Graph

Serum cholesterol7.1 mmol/LN/A Graph

Serum HDL cholesterol level1.15 mmol/LN/A Graph

Se non HDL cholesterol level5.9 mmol/LN/A Graph

Serum LDL cholesterol levelN/A

Serum cholesterol/HDL ratio6.2N/A Graph

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Liver function test06 Jun 2017

NameResultNormal range

Serum total protein72 g/L60 - 80g/L

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Serum albumin33 g/L Abnormal result35 - 50g/L

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Serum globulin40 g/L23 - 40g/L

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Serum alkaline phosphatase56 iu/L30 - 130iu/L

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Serum ALT level16 u/L0 - 55u/L

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Serum total bilirubin level5 umol/L0 - 21umol/L

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Plasma glucose level06 Jun 2017

NameResultNormal range

Plasma glucose level5.3 mmol/L3.3 - 6mmol/L

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Urea and electrolytes06 Jun 2017

NameResultNormal range

Serum creatinine103 umol/L Abnormal result49 - 90umol/L

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Serum urea level4.6 mmol/L2.5 - 7.8mmol/L

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Serum sodium139 mmol/L133 - 146mmol/L

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Serum potassium4.2 mmol/L3.5 - 5.3mmol/L

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GFR calculated abbreviatd MDRD49 mL/minN/A Graph

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Differential white cell count06 Jun 2017

NameResultNormal range

Neutrophil count4.4 10*9/L2 - 7.510*9/L

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Lymphocyte count2.3 10*9/L1.5 - 410*9/L

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Monocyte count0.7 10*9/L0.2 - .9510*9/L

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Eosinophil count0.3 10*9/L0.01 - .710*9/L

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Basophil count0 10*9/L0 - .110*9/L

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Full blood count - FBC06 Jun 2017

NameResultNormal range

Haemoglobin estimation122 g/L115 - 160g/L

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Total white cell count7.8 10*9/L4 - 1210*9/L

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Red blood cell (RBC) count4.48 10*12/L4.2 - 5.410*12/L

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Haematocrit0.370.37 - .47

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Mean corpuscular volume (MCV)83.5 fL78 - 100fL

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Mean corpusc. haemoglobin(MCH)27.2 pg27 - 32pg

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Mean corpusc. Hb. conc. (MCHC)326 g/L310 - 350g/L

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Platelet count275 10*9/L140 - 45010*9/L

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Red blood cell distribut width14.3 %11 - 16%

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This appears to be results of a standard blood test but nothing that correlates to your thyroid function - you are on the thyroid U.K. Site.... is that where you intended to post?

Looking at your other previous posts it seems to be you are either searching for Diabetes or Heart related info, not Thyroid.

Here's a link to the Diabetes site:

healthunlocked.com/diabetes...

And the British Heart Foundation

healthunlocked.com/bhf

You can also browse through communities under "my communities" to find the right site.

Hope that helps

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If you want to do your own research the best site to use is Labtestsonline :

labtestsonline.org.uk/

So, for example, you could look up albumin - yours is below range :

Serum albumin33 g/L Abnormal result35 - 50g/L

labtestsonline.org.uk/under...

And your creatinine is above range :

Serum creatinine103 umol/L Abnormal result49 - 90umol/L

labtestsonline.org.uk/under...

Your GFR is quite low :

GFR calculated abbreviatd MDRD 49 mL/minN/A

labtestsonline.org.uk/under...

Based on the above results I think you should ask your doctor about your kidney function. Don't be surprised if you are given the brush off. (Please note I am NOT a doctor and I don't have any medical training.)

Based on your cholesterol results there is a possibility your doctor will want to put you on statins. Just remember that you have the right to refuse statins - or in fact, any treatment. Also remember that statins don't increase your life expectancy, and cause very unpleasant side effects in many people.

Take a look at the graphs on this link :

drmalcolmkendrick.org/2012/...

and notice that mortality decreases as cholesterol level increases. Low cholesterol is not healthy.

And for side effect information :

spacedoc.com/index.php

Look at the top of the page, click on "Statin drugs" and then click on "Statin side effects".

Another link you might find informative is this one :

spacedoc.com/articles/50-fa...

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