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I had a full blood test and now asking for LFT. Why might be the case ?

I have just had a full blood test and now have been asked to wait a week to have it repeated for LFT. Why might this be the case? Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 1 Mar 2011
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if after your blood test(common), you are asked to go for your LFTs, probably they suspecting an infection and want to know the source of it.It could be a viral hepatitis.Now dont worry,coz it could even be the food/water bourne type too.And also if the bilirubin levels and enzymes are raised or not.A typhoid fever needs to be ruled out for that matter.
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My lfts were tested in the intial test, so I am presuming that there is something wrong with the results. Letter doesn't say anything more than lft needs to be retested in a weeks time. Do you know why I would have to wait a week?
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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