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Alcoholic. Blood tests done. Suggestions?

i am an alcholic with lymphocytes count of 42.60 ,is it serious,lymphocyte count is 2.29,rbc count is 4.43,mch is 32.30,eosinophils is 12.80,eosinophilcount is 0.69,sgot is 64,total b ilirubin is 1.58,direct bilirubin is 0.11 and indirect bilirubin is 1.47,hdl is 60and ldl is 104,how serous is my condition ,rest of the results are ok
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM,

The hemogram parameters that you have posted- lymphocyte counts, RBC count, MCH and eosiniphil counts indicate an increase in eosinophil count.
Eosinophils are increased most commonly in parasitic infections and in allergic conditions.

The liver function tests reveal a slight increase in total bilirubin and indirect bilirubin levels.
The indirect bilirubin is increased in conditions of increased RBC destruction.
In cases of alcoholic liver diseases there is increase SGOT and SGPT. The SGOT levels are within normal limits.

The lipid profile is also within normal limits.

A marginal increase in total bilirubin is not of much significance.
If you feel lethargic, develop fever or pain in upper right abdomen, you must consult your physician at the earliest.

If you are a chronic alcoholic, reduction in alcohol will be of benefit.

Thanks and take care.
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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