I had my complete blood test. kindly comment if anything seem to be abnormal.

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Following are the total list of tests i've conducted.

BIOCHEMISTRY REPORT

SERUM TSH =4.080 uIU

FT4 = 1.07 ng/dl

B12 (VITAMIN) = 274 pg/ml

HAEMATOLOGY REPORT

Haemoglobin = 11.1g/dl

RBC (red cells count) = 4.9 10E12/L

HAEMATOCRIT (PCV) = 38%

MCV = 78 fl

MCH = 23 pg

MCHC = 29%

RDW = 16.7

TOTAL LEUCOCYTE XOUNT = 9.8 *10E9/L

DIFFERENTIAL LEUCOCYTE COUNT

NEUTROPHILS = 58%

LYMPHOCYTES = 32%

MONOCYTES = 07%

EOSINOPHILS = 02%

BASOPHILSS = 01%

ABSOLUTE DIFFERENTIAL COUNT

NEUTROPHILS = 5.69 *10E9/L

LYMPHOCYTES = 3.13 *10E9/L

MONOL

EOSINOPHILS = .242 *10E9/L

BASOPHILSS = .057 *10E9/L

PLATELETS = 471 *10E9/L

MPV = 8.58

PCT = 0.404

PDW = 16.3

MORPHOLOGY = Anisocytosis. Hypochromia

BIOCHEMISTRY REPORT

Creatinine = 0.71 mg/dl

Sodium = 139 mEq/l

Potassium = 4.6 mEq/l

SGPT (ALT) = 15 U/L

Calcium 10.28

Comment if anything is abnormal as per ur knowledge.

Thanks

Reema

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  • Posted

    I could be wrong without seeing the reference ranges but looks like B12 deficiency anemia to me.
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      Hi, can u help me if u have come acrs any similar case

      Actually iam worrying about spots. I am taking multivitamin injections. Have taken 2 times so far and from yesterday noticing tiny shiny red spot. id noticed 4-5 such spots on my arms and two at my back. Is this a side effect of injection or what. Have u seen anyone getting such spot after taking multi vitamin injections.

      Thanks reema

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    Anisocytosis is a medical term meaning that a patient's red blood cells are of unequal size. This may be serious - unequal sizes suggests to me that they are not being made normally by the bone marrow (which can be affected by cancers, etc). Why did you have these tests done? What were your symptoms? Some background would be helpful. Your potassium is quite high too, although I don't know what normal range you're using.
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