Lab tests Q

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Offline Licu

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Lab tests Q
« on: May 19, 2022, 09:05:24 PM »
Hi,
I m  a thal minor 59.
I had my tests this month; the results are same as last ones, last years. BUT i was allocated to a New Very Young, Fam doctor. She told me to have weekly FullBlood Count for 6 weeks. :rolleyes
My tests results are:
Haemoglobin:126 g/L ( 115 - 155 )

RBC:6.05 x10e12/L ( 3.60 - 5.60 ) H

HCT:0.41 L/L ( 0.35 - 0.46 )

MCV:68 fL ( 80 - 99 ) L

MCH:20.8 pg ( 27.0 - 33.0 ) L

Platelets:267 x10e9/L ( 150 - 400 )

WBC:5.2 x10e9/L ( 4.0 - 11.0 )

Neutrophils:3.0 x10e9/L ( 1.9 - 7.5 )

Lymphocytes:1.5 x10e9/L ( 1.0 - 4.0 )

Monocytes:0.5 x10e9/L ( 0.2 - 1.0 )

Eosinophils:0.1 x10e9/L ( < 0.6 )

Basophils:0.0 x10e9/L ( 0.0-0.2 );                 
I dont think I need to have this. I believe she did not read my file from the beginning  ( I am with this Wealth Centre only since 2018).
It would be appreciated , some feedback, opinion on the frequency of my FBC test
Many thanks
Licu

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Offline Andy Battaglia

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Re: Lab tests Q
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2022, 07:55:07 PM »
If your numbers don't change much from test to test, there is no reason for frequent testing. Your numbers look like those of a healthy thal minor. Your RBC is high and MCV is low and both are normal for a thal minor. Your Hb is good. I don't think any special attention is required as far as testing.
Andy

All we are saying is give thals a chance.

 

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