Hi, Welcome to HCM. I am Dr. Das
From the report you can easily see that your hemoglobin
level is mildly decreased alongwith RBC count increased, But hematocrit
is normal and MCV is very low according to your age and sex, MCH is also decreased, RDW is increased mildly,Platelet is normal and WBC count
According to this CBC report, It is said that you have Microcytic Hypochromic red blood cell and mildly decreased hemoglobin level. Now, Microcytic hypochochromia occurs in many condition like 1. Iron deficiency
anaemia, 2. Anaemia of chronic disease. 3 Hemoglobinopathies. Now, in case of Iron deficency the hemoglobin level would be more lower. If you dont have any chronic disease you may have any congenital hemoglobin variants like HBE trait/disease.
So, I suggest you to go for HPLC test for detection of abnormal hemoglobin variants.
Regarding TSH value it is very decreased. If you are on Eltroxin
you need mild dose adjustment.