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Recovering alcoholic. Done CBC. Interpretation?

I am a recovering alcoholic with scary CBC numbers re: liver...can I hope for good news from latest CBC? First was done days after stopping drinking. It has been 115 days. Just took another and awaiting results. I am a 48-yr.-old mother of two with non-smoking/non-drinking/non-drugging lifestyle. Here are a few numbers: WBC was 3.5; RBC was 3.17; MCV was 114.0; MCH was 38.5; Platelet count was 80. My neutrophils# was 1.5; total protein was 5.9; serum albumin was 3.1; SGOT (AST) was 64; bilirubin total was 3.4 CH. I look forward to your reply.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Your reports are not as yet within limits of normalcy. You will require supportive nutritional and liver care to improve your hematological parameters. You need to consult a gastroenterologist for further advice.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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