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okie
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   Posted 9/30/2008 6:04 PM (GMT -7)   
If anything jumps out at you I'd appreciate some input. First off this is a new lab so I'm a little confused at how it reads.
My globulin is low and my albumin/globulin ration is high
I don't even know what this next thing is absolute eosinophils is supposed to be between 15-500cells ul mine is 8
 
The last one is my MCH which is too high. Which has to do with my b12 level being to low. I am already taking the b12 you put under your tongue. I've noticed a lot of people on here have to take b 12 what's up with that anyway? and is you're under control?
I havn't gone over this with my dr. yet since it came in the mail today.
 
if you got any ideas what these are about I would appreciate the input.
confused  hugs
carol


 
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oldhippyrebel
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   Posted 9/30/2008 6:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Carol
Have they tested your urine, There is a chemical that must be in your stomach in order for your body to absorb the B12. Years ago my Rhemy figured that out on me about 6 or 7 years ago. I have to get B12 shots every 3 weeks.

Lynn
Fibro since 97, Lupus since 99, neuropathy and other nerve damage.
On to many Meds to list, Finally got a date for SSA of July 1 after to many years of fighting for a hearing.


okie
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   Posted 9/30/2008 6:24 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Lynn, no they didn't take a urine sample. The only thing they did with the kidneys was whatever was done through a blood test. which wasn't much and came out normal. All it had was nitrogen and creatine. I don't think that is what you are talking about. Is the chemical you are missing due to your autoimmune problems?
thank hun
carol
 
Possible scleroderma.  stage 4 COPD, sleep apnea, Osteoporosis,osteoarthritis
Prednisone,plaquanil400mg,azythromyacin,vicodin 4x5mg,Evista60mg, Effexor 150mg,Xanax 1.0 x3,Singular,nitro spray, spirivia,aciphex,lasix,inderal,pot.chlor.,B12 
 Did you ever know that your my hero?
 
 


oldhippyrebel
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   Posted 9/30/2008 6:32 PM (GMT -7)   
I don’t know for sure if it is an autoimmune thing or not. The research I’ve done indicated it can happen with age. I never asked if it was autoimmune thing or not. By the time they figured it out I as to tired and weak to care as long as they got it figured out. I had been going over and over to my PC Dr. and couldn’t get anywhere. I went to my Rhemy and she ran some test and got it. I had to take B12 shots every other day at the start, then a couple times a week and so on until now I do it every 3 weeks.
Fibro since 97, Lupus since 99, neuropathy and other nerve damage.
On to many Meds to list, Finally got a date for SSA of July 1 after to many years of fighting for a hearing.

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