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Borderline gamma blood test, viral infection, enlarged RBC 104

i had a gamma blood test 2 weeks ago and the doctor said it was boarder line ? what does this mean ? i have just had another one this morning ? i dont usually go to the doctors if i can help it , but six weeks ago i was quite poorly with a virus infection , the doctor came out to visit me , and everything has snowballed from there , i hadnt seen a doctor for over two and a half years , 5 blood tests later i am still in limbo , first they thought i might have b 12 something or other , but no , not that ,! i did have enlarged red blood cells , 104 , then another blood test later they were 102, all this means nothing to me , sorry , kind rgards confused
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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hello, are you talking about gamma glutamyl transpeptidase estimation which is increased in biliary duct damage in liver involvement . I think your doctor might be thinking of viral hepatitis. as far as your MCV of re dblood cells are concerned they may increase id vit b 12 or b6 or folic acid deficiency or even in alcoholic liver disease where gama is also elevated , so quit alcohol only if you consumes it and be honest to your treating doctor and you should ask them clearly about your dought after an all doctors are there to help you.
an another gamma test is done for gamma globulin estimation to detect several infections.
I think you should follow and believe your treating physician and leave all worry and try to recover fast.
wish you all the best.
Answered: Sat, 29 Mar 2014
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