Hello all, My recent few visits to my GP have thrown up some random abnormalities in regular NHS blood tests that have my GP scratching his head. I don't have the levels yet - waiting for the surgery to send them to me, i'll add the values and ranges when they come. I am also still waiting to see the gastro (suspected gastritis on omeprazole for 9 months now!!!) and now waiting to see rheumy as well. In terms of actual physically present history, i also have fibrosis on my lung. So far this is what is showing up: Ferritin low - 10 (this is with two years at least of iron supplementation. Iron - up from 10 - 11.5 after supplementation for months. Folic acid low calcium low Slightly raised ESR - firstly at 15, now at 17. Red Blood cells abnormally small, but at the same time i have too many RBC (my gp laughed and said perhaps they were balancing each other out) B12 high - 2,000 after couple years of daily injections (no longer doing them) From tests outside the NHS i also know i have deficiencies in: COQ10, Carnitine. I have from stool tests: Very Low Chymotrypsin High Betaglucoronidase Low cholesterol. My TSH has gone up to 2.39 - dont know T4 yet. I suppose the low calcium could be from the PPI i am taking - but i looked up the research on that and only one small study has ever shown it interfering with calcium absorption and only slightly and then only in elderly patients. Now my NHS GP feels that there must be something going on , apart from or instead of M.E as i'm not supposed to fail regular blood tests. He has reffered me to Rheumy - but says he may dismiss the ESR as its not that high - my RF and ANF were all normal. I thought it would be useful to see if anyone had any thoughts on these tests as a whole - looked at together. I cant make any sense of it. Thanks, Justy.