I was seen in ER the other day due to constant fever (low grade) every day for 3 weeks. My white blood count was 16.5, i have body aches, stiff joints, and my blood work is as follows; MCV 79.4 MCH 26.3 ABS PMNS 11.00 GLUCOSE 115 BUN/CREATININE RATIO 22.9 TOTAL PROTEIN 8.1 RBC 4-5 SQUAMOUS EPIS MANY HIGH Any idea what all these symptoms could be pointing to?
i RECENTLY HAD BLOOD TEST. THE NURSE HAD CALLED AND SAID THE RESULTS WERE ACCEPTABLE. I REQUESTED A COPY. THERE ARE TWO THINGS HIGHLIGHTED ON THE TEST. MY MCV IS 110.7 WHICH IS HIGH, ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD RANGE, AND MY MCHC IS 27.8, WHICH IS LOW, ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD RANGE. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
I just received a copy of my blood tests today. I already know I have been suffering from anemia and have been taking liquid iron, twice a day with orange juice for the last month (as pills did not seem to make a difference previously). My RBC is high 4.78, HGB 11.3, MCV 80, MCH 23.6, MCHC 29.7, RDW 20.1, MPV 10.7, ANISO is 1+, MICRO is 1+, RET-He is 27.8 and RETIC is 1.82. WHat does this all mean????
My 16 year old daughter fainted yesterday at school about 30 minutes after taking Bayer asprin. Today, before giving blood at her school blood drive, a nurse checked her blood pressure and it was 90/62 (they let her give blood anyway). After giving blood, she felt very weak and could hardly stand up. Could her fainting be from the asprin or could it be a side effect of her low blood pressure?
I have been having ringing in my ears for about a month now. I tried ear drops to remove possible wax build-up with no help. Today I tried to donate blood but I wasn't allowed due to a high pulse rate. My blood pressure was normal. I have never been told I had a high pulse rate. I am a 58 yr old male in pretty good health
Hi there, I had a CBC done at the emergency room about six months ago for stomach pain which they concluded was a possible ulcer or IBS . Since then the pain has went away for the most part. I had to request my medical records for insurance...
I gave blood on Tuesday and ended up in the ER Wednesday evening with kidney stones. I have been passing pepper sized stones since then. I have been very well hydrated since the ER visit. Could the blood donation have upset my hydration level that significantly?
My buddy is about to go to meps for the navy and I would like to know what kind of blood testing they do? I know he has used steroids before and he is worried that this will be an issue? will it and how long do steroids stay in an users system and do they raise blood pressure? also when giving blood tests do blood tests usually detect steroids? ive heard that steroid testing is an pretty expensive sports test