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Have tiredness always. Urine and blood test are yet to be done. What could be the cause for this?

Hi I went to my GP to tell him that I'm very tried throughout the day and that I find it very hard to concentrate and focus of college work, in college and at home during the evening. He has asked for a blood and urine sample this coming Thursday. I was just wondering, what abnormalities he will be looking for in the results?
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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As you are tired always Blood examination reveals the fact that you are Healthy individual or not.

Blood Examination include : Hemoglobin , Total Count , Differential Count

If Hemoglobin is in lower side it can produce tiredness and you wont be able to concentrate..
Likewise Counts are to suspect whether you are suffering from Infections or not.

Urine Test includes:Pus cells , Epithelial cells,Urea,Creatine, Cast

Its for detecting any abnormalities in urine or is there any microscopic blood from urine.

Do not Panic ..Continue on Examination ...

I Hope I Provided Useful Information. Do ask Furthur Questions to help You get well soon.
Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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