Blood Test Results?
My doctor test results: 1). microscopic faeces: – leukocytes 0-1 negative reference value – erythrocytes 0-1 negative reference value 2). hematology test results count types: – eosinophils 18.8 reference values 0-4-neutrophils 33.3 reference values 55-803). blood chemistry: – ureum 29 reference value 10-50 mg / dl – Creatinine 1.30 * reference value 0.6-1.1 mg / dl4). complete urine microscopic urine-erythrocytes 0-1 negative referral value-leukocytes 1-2 negative referral value-epithelial cells 2-3 negative referral valuesPlease read the results of my tests and I am indicative of what illness and Is there any action that I must take immediately? with symptoms easy stomach stinging, penis pain every day, body gets tired easily, blurred vision, head easily dizzy, tongue easily white, pissing red like cocakola or dark brown, urine and chapters are substandard and less regular, easy lumbago skin like dry scaly dry
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you are experiencing, is likely to be a number of diseases that occur together rather than one that occurs continuously. Among the possibilities are:
Urinary tract infection
Sexually transmitted disease
Actually there could also be some other possibilities such as anemia or lack of red blood cells to get tired easily, and not to mention symptoms like blurred vision that are quite different than a group of other symptoms. So even with the lab results that you show, the conditions you experience are still not completely clear because the symptoms are so broad and varied.
Our advice, you should check with your internal medicine doctor to be sure of further trends, and also attach the results of the lab. If your internal medicine doctor states that there are no abnormalities, ask where the tendencies are and where you should go for your next check-up, whether to a dermatologist and a gender specialist, or other specialists. This is important because these results must still be supported by a history and in-depth physical examination.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse, increase your consumption of water, get enough rest, do not resist urination, avoid taking medication unless recommended by a doctor, avoid driving the vehicle if you experience vision problems and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.