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Blood test from October, need help analysing

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This was a blood test I had performed in October with my GP. I haven't really had anyone interpret it properly so I am posting it on here.

The NHS "normal" range will be in brackets.



Erythrolyte sedimentation rate 2mm/hr (range 1.00 to 10.00mm/hr)

Haemoglobin estimation 142 g/L (range 130.00 to 181.00g/L)

Total white cell count 6.4 10*9/L (range 3.70 to 11.0010*9/L)

Platelet count 248 10*9/L (range 150.00 to 450.0010*9/L

Neutrophil count 2.4 10*9/L (range 1.70 to 7.5010*9/L)

Lymphocyte count 2.7 10*9/L (1.00 to 4.0010*9/L

Monocyte count 0.8 10*9/L (range 0.20 to 0.8010*9.L)

Eosinophil count 0.4 10*9/L (range 0.04 to 0.5010*9/L

Basophil count 0.1 10*9/L (range 0.00 to 0.2010*9/L)

Red blood cell (RBC) count 4.57 10*12/L (range 4.30 to 6.0010*12/L)

Haematocrit 0.427 L/L (range 0.39 to 0.50L/L)

Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) 93.4 fl (range 80.00 to 100.00fl)

Mean corpusc. haemoglobin (MCH) 31.1 pg (range 26.90 to 32.00pg)

Mean corpusc. Hb. conc. (MCHC) 333 g/L (range 320.00 to 359.00g/L

Nucleated red blood cell count 0.0 10*9/L

I have just recently started Mercury chelation (Cutler Protocol).
 

msf

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Everything´s normal, you´re fine (GP´s interpretation).

You had the wrong tests done (competent doctor´s interpretation).