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Are my blood tests ok?

Good morning all,

Are my blood tests ok please?

I have large thyroids which people keep commenting on, GP says my bloods are ok.

Thank you.

Serum alkaline phosp 74 (30-100)

“ albumin 44 (35-48)

“ calcium 2.26 (2.2-2.6)

“ adjusted calcium 2.27 (2.2-2.6)

“ alanine aminotransferase 34 (0-35)

“ total bilirubin < 15 (0-17)

“ sodium 140 (132-146)

“ potassium 4.5 (3.5-5)

“ urea level 2.4 below range (2.5-6.7) below low ref limit

“ creatinine 61 (45-84)

GFR MDRD >90 ml/min/1.73m*2

Acute kidney 0 (stage) (<1)

Plasma glucose level 4.9 (4-7.7)

Thyroid

Serum free t4 14 (10-22)

TSH level 0.48 (0.3-5.5)

Haemoglobin A1c 35mm (25-44)

Serum ferritin 26 (15-400)

Erythrocytes Sed rate 4 (1-12)

Total white blood count 4.1 (4-10)

Red blood cell count 4.21 (3.8-4.8)

Haemoglobin concentration 12.6 (12-15)

Haematocrit 0.4 (0.36-0.46)

Mean cell volume 94 (83-101)

“ “ Haemoglobin level 29.9 (27-32)

“ “ “ concentration 31.7 (31.5-34.5)

Platelet count 217 (150-410)

Neutrophil count 1.9 10^9/L below range (2-7) below low reference limit

Lymnphocyte count 1.7 10^9/L (1-3)

Monocytes count 0.3 10^9/L (0.2-1)

Eosinophil count 0.1 10^9/L (0-0.5)

Basophils count 0 10^9/l (0-0.1)

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TSH is low at .48

FT4 14 looks fine

Request a scan of thyroid - you can have a goitre

For full Thyroid evaluation you ideally need TSH, FT4, FT3, TT4, TPO and TG antibodies, plus vitamin D, folate, ferritin and B12 tested

Essential to test antibodies and vitamins

See if you can get full thyroid and vitamin testing from GP. Unlikely to get FT3

Private tests are available

thyroiduk.org.uk/tuk/testin...

Medichecks Thyroid plus ultra vitamin or Blue Horizon Thyroid plus eleven are the most popular choice. DIY finger prick test or option to pay extra for private blood draw. Both companies often have money off offers.

All thyroid tests should ideally be done as early as possible in morning and fasting. This gives highest TSH and most consistent results. (Patient to patient tip, GP will be unaware)

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