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TSH, fecal occult blood, amylase found in blood test, urine tests done. Should i be worried?

I ve had blood and urine work done and the doctor is requestion additional blood and urine tests - the tests done were comp metabolic panel, lipid panel, CBC w Diff w Plt, Amylase , TSH , 3rd generation, Occult Blood, fecal, IA, and two others with codes and writing I cannot read. After looking up some of the tests on the next and what they are for I m petrified.....having given the test info already done what should I be concerned about. Thank you
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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You have not written about your symptoms
For what all these test are done?
What is result of blood and urine checked?
Having given blood and other samples you don't have to be concerned about it. Wait for the results and see the doctor who advised these things. He will explain you about the results and further management of your problem.
Take care.
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