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What does my blood test report indicate?

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Posted on Fri, 6 May 2016
Question: Hi,

I have just uploaded recent blood tests results from my daughters blood test taken 2 days ago. Can someone please explain to me what they mean. Please feel free to review previous questions and answers on my account to review my daughters history.
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Answered by Dr. Diptanshu Das (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Reports checked but other tests needed.

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic.

I am eager to help you and have gone through the other threads very carefully and have also gone through the attachments provided in the other thread. I have checkeed the reports and they seem to be within normal limits. I could not however find the lipase, amylase and the blood counts. I would request you to get them tested if not already. You can upload them to this thread or can send the reports to attachments @healthcaremagic.com with the subject: ATTN, for Dr. Diptanshu Das and they will upload the reports for you.

Dr. T Chandrakant has guided you beautifully in the other thread and you can follow his guidance. But the role of a clinical examination remains and cannot be substituted for. With the type of problemthat she is presenting with, I would strongly advise getting her evaluated by a doctor directly.

I would eagerly await your response and would try to help you further.

Regards
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Brief Answer: Reports checked but other tests needed. Detailed Answer: Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic. I am eager to help you and have gone through the other threads very carefully and have also gone through the attachments provided in the other thread. I have checkeed the reports and they seem to be within normal limits. I could not however find the lipase, amylase and the blood counts. I would request you to get them tested if not already. You can upload them to this thread or can send the reports to attachments @healthcaremagic.com with the subject: ATTN, for Dr. Diptanshu Das and they will upload the reports for you. Dr. T Chandrakant has guided you beautifully in the other thread and you can follow his guidance. But the role of a clinical examination remains and cannot be substituted for. With the type of problemthat she is presenting with, I would strongly advise getting her evaluated by a doctor directly. I would eagerly await your response and would try to help you further. Regards