Explanation Of The Results Of A Complete Blood Examination?
Hello Doctor I want to consult the results of my lab examination, where I do a complete blood test with the status of fasting and the results are based on the conclusion of a normal doctor, but from the examination items there are some items that are categorized under the recommended standard and some that exceed the recommended standards. The results that get star notes are: Erythrocytes = 6.17 u0026lt; MCV = 78.3 u0026gt; To calculate the type of leukocyte eosinophils = 1.9 u0026gt; Monocyte = 11.5 u0026lt; For the CHEMICAL examination of Cholesterol LDL Direk = 107 u0026gt; HDL cholesterol = 29 u0026gt; Triglycerides = 165 u0026gt; Albumin Ratio – Creatinine Urine When = 53.48 u0026gt; From the description of the results above, please explain the doctor, thank you
Hello Bayu, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
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I'm actually not very clear about the Lab results that you attached. Each Lab has a different standardization that will cause confusion. There are indeed some increases in lab results for you. To interpret the increase in MCV, for example, the need for other lab results, so it can be concluded for example examination of Hb, but usually the increase in MCV can be caused by anemia. Your erythrocytes increase, this can occur in polysitamia vera, diarrhea / dehydration, burns, etc. In cholesterol tests you do also have abnormalities, but the increase is not so significant, but still requires treatment can begin with a healthy diet, and exercise. Checking the creatinine albumin ratio aims to determine the description of kidney function, where the normal value is below 30 ug / mg , while your results, which is 53.48 ug / mg, illustrate a disturbance in kidney function so that albumin is found in urine called albuminuria.
For more details, you can consult a doctor of internal medicine, and get treatment about conditions that may occur to you. Other tests are needed to determine the cause of abnormalities in your lab results.
Right now what you can do is:
Live a healthy lifestyle such as exercising regularly, eating healthy food, drinking 2 L of water per day. Get enough rest. Consult a doctor. That's all the answers I can give, thank you :)