Thanks for your question.
The doctor's report of hypoglycemia
) may explain blackouts, and may suggest that your lad may not be getting enough glucose from his food; or that his metabolism
of food needs further scrutiny. Low alkaline phosphatase
levels is uncommon, and most times benign. High CO2, may well suggest that samples were taken soon after a workout; and in combination with the low glucose, may indicate muscle fatigue
at the time of blood collection for the test.
Having said that, may I suggest that your boy stay off further exercise until all other test results are in, especially since he has recently had several blackouts.