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Abnormal Blood Report

I got a blood check up done and it shows a few abnormalities. RDW-CV, PDW, MPV, PCLR are all higher than reference range. Alkaline phosphatase, serum globulin are also higher than critical range. TSH is quite high at 8.31 while T3 and T4 are normal. Iron is low at 31.7 and transferrin saturation is low at 9.74%. Is there any need to be concerned?
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Hello There. I can understand your concern. what are the symptoms you are having because we need to co-relate the reports with the clinical history and examination findings. anyways, as per your reports , hypothyroidism and iron deficiency is evident. you can take a tab. livogen-z once a day after food, cap. becosules-plus once a day after food. tab. thyronorm 25mcg in the morning on an empty stomach daily. get your thyroid profile repeated after 3 month. Best regards, Dr. Anil kumar jain.
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Hello. Your reports suggest you are suffering from hypothyroidism and mild iron deficiency. Start tab THYRONORM 25mg once daily before breakfast. And take food rich in iron source. Hope this helps.
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Dr. Deepthi Rao Gorukanti
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Do an anti tpo antibodies,if positive start thyronorm 25mcg daily one. If negative u can wait. You have iron defeciency..take iron tablets Diet: Dates,leafy vegetables,jaggery for iron Egg white for b12 Almonds for zinc Lime juice/tamarind/goose berry etc for vitamin c.. U need all above for formation of blood
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