Hey there hunnybunny.. I looked some stuff up, and this is what I found..
A standard reference range is not available for this test. Because reference values are dependent on many factors, including patient age, gender, sample population, and test method, numeric test results have different meanings in different labs. Your lab report should include the specific reference range for your test. Lab Tests Online strongly recommends that you discuss your test results with your doctor.
Have either your Liver Specialist or Rhuemy said anything about Hemochromatosis?
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