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CBC and urine test report abnormal. Can you interpret the results? Am I pregnant?

I have undergone a complete health check-up blood & urine test is showing some abnormalities for which I am a bit worried. Can you please help me interpret the result? By any chance, can these results be indicating pregnancy for me? How serious are these abnormalities? 1. HIGH SENSITIVITY CRP reading 2.36 2. RED BLOOD CELL COUNT 5.04 mil/μL 3. HEMOGLOBIN 10.9 g/dL 4. HEMATOCRIT 35.1% 5. MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOLUME 69.6fL 6. MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN 21.5pg 7. MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION 30.9g/dL 8. RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH 17.1% Urine Test 1. KETONES NOT DETECTED 2. BLOOD DETECTED (++) 3. BILIRUBIN NOT DETECTED 4. UROBILINOGEN NORMAL 5. NITRITE NOT DETECTED 6. WBC 8-10 /HPF 7. EPITHELIAL CELLS 5-7 /HPF 8. RED BLOOD CELLS 3-5 /HPF 9. CASTS * NOT DETECTED 10. CRYSTALS * NOT DETECTED 11. BACTERIA NOT DETECTED REMARKS * LEUCOCYTE ESTERASE : DETECTED 3 (+)
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi Deepi,

None of your blood/urine test are indicative of pregnancy.

You are having Microcytic hypochromic erythrocytes in the blood that indicates you are having Iron deficiency. It may be result of low iron intake in the diet or may be due to excessive loss- in menses or stool.

Your urine reports are suggestive of a Urinary tract infection which needs treatment with antibiotics for a week or so depending on back ground.

Take Care!
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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