Blood test results?!?

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The following bloods were from 28th October 2017

Osetradiol level serum 140 pmol (150-1000)

SHBG level serum 28nmol/l (35-100)

FSH LEVEL SERUM 8.9 iu/l (0.39.9.0)

LHL serum 6.0 iu/l ( 2.0-11.0)

Androstenedione level serum 5.5 nmol/l (0.8-4.7)

DHEAS level serum 7.4 umol/L (0.5-6.3)

TSH level serum 3.2mu/l (0.35-4.7)

Free T4 level serum 11 pmol (7.8-2.1)

Prolactin level serum 230 mu/l (70-550)

Free androgen index level 4.3 (0-4.0)

I also have two sets of results the first column is 3rd November (pre iron 

infusion) the second is post infusion from two weeks ago.

Haemoglobin concentration 108 g/L (120-160) now 12.7 g/dL

Total white count 6.3 10*9/L (4.0-11.0)now 6.7 10^9L

Platlet count 323 10^9/L (150-400) now 363

Red blood cell count 4.2 10^12/L (4 - 5.2) now 4.6

Haematocrit 0.351 (0.36 - 0.46) now0.402

Mean volume cell 83.6 fl (80-100) now 87.4

Mean cell haemoglobin level 25.7 pg (26 - 34) now 27.6 pg

Red blood cell distribution width 16.4 % (11.5 - 16.5) now 19.6%

Neutrophil 3.55 10*9/L(2.0-7.7) now 4.84 10^9/L

Lymphocyte 2.07 10*9/L (0.8 -3.4) now 1.36

Monocyte 0.5610^9/L (0.2-0.8) now 0.43

Eosinophil 0.12 10*9/L (0.04- 0.4) now 0.09

Basophil 0.02 10^9/L (0.01 -0.1) now 0

Plasma viscosity no listed in November, now 1.85 mPas (1.5 -1.72)

Serum TSH level 2.7 mu/L (0.35-4.7) now 4 miu/L

Serum ferritin level 8 ug/L (<20 suggest deficiency ) now 287ng/ml

Serum folate level 2.9 ug/L (<3ug suggests deficiency) now 3.1 ng/ml

Serum vitamin B12 156pmol/L (115 - 1000) now 254.82 ng/L (155.87-1.355.4)

Serum transferrin level 3.1 g/L (2 -3.2) not taken in December

Serum iron level 5 umol /L (5 .0 -31.0) not taken in December

Transferrin saturation index 6% (15 -50) not taken in December.

The following have only been tested in December:

Serum sodium level 138 mmol/L (135 -144)

Serum potassium level 4.5 mmol/L (3.5-5.3)

Serum chloride level 102mmol/L (96 - 109)

Serum bicarbonate level 29 mmol (24-32)

Serum urea level 3.2 mmol/L ( 3- 7.6)

Serum creatinine level 61 umol/L (55 -87)

GFR calculated abbreviated MDRD >90 mL/min/1.73m*2

Serum calcium level 2.49 mmol/L (2.2 -2.6)

Calcium adjusted level 2.45 mmol/ L (2.2 - 2.6)

Serum inorganic phosphate level 0.75 mmol (0.8 - 1.5)

Serum bilirubin level 5 umol/L (<21)

Serum alkaline phosphatase level 73 iu/L (30-125)

Serum alanine aminotransferase level 28 iu/L (5-45)

Serum total protein level 79g/L (65-82)

serum albumin level 43g/L (36-48)

Serum C reactive protein level 4.8 mg (0 -8)

Vitamin D 15 (<25 overt deficiency)

I copied these as they appear on the print out because the units of measure 

look different.

I should also add that the anemia is from ridiculously heavy periods - waiting 

for gynaecologist appointment to go on list for hysterectomy...

Other history: anaemia, headaches, fatigue, bloatedness, swollen glands 

periodically in armpits and neck, breathlessness worse when active, recurrent 

chest infections since July - now on 5th course of antibiotics, viral 

meningitis last August and brain fog.

Hope it makes sense x

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    Hi yes sorry the copy and paste thing didn't work properly. I just wondered if anyone could give me some pointers on what questions to ask my GP as I don't have a diagnosis or anything but I have never felt so ill in my life

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      1. Could your DHEA level causing symptoms? Will proposed treatment bring levels down?

      2. You are vitamin d deficient how would they like to treat? This can also cause tiredness.

      3. Your Iron Deficency Aanaemia looks treated are they going to monitor or go straight to proposed treatment. When should you start feeling better from infusion or will they give you another one? (mine was about 4-6 weeks). 

      4. What is the significance of the Low oestradiol. 

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