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Tests show hemoglobin level, ESR level, monocytes, blood urea, serum creatinine abnormal levels. Control diet?

Hi Doctor, My mother is aged 60 and her tests done on 23-03-13 suggests the Hemoglobin level at 6.9, ESR (Wintrobe method) at 73, Monocytes at 1, Blood Urea is 229, Serum Creatinine is 12.7, Serum Uric Acid is 5.8 What these level suggests? and also suggest a proper veg diet for controlling these levels and the treatment for the same. Rgrds, Amit
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
your mum shall certainly need more exams to ascertain her symptoms, A family history of diabetes and hypertension could be necessary. Low hemoglobin levels associated with abnormal kidney function tests could be very suggestive of a kidney dysfunction. However, other blood tests like complete blood count with thin blood films would be necessary for a complete evaluation. Consulting an internist might necessary for a reevaluation and prescription of further tests to exclude any cancerous lesions. An abdominal ultrasound,kidney ultrasound and bone marrow aspirate might be necessary at some point in time during the evaluation.
Consulting the internist, and maybe later a hemotologist, depending on the case could be worth while.
thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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