You may want to suggest that your doctor checks your methylmalonic acid and B12, B6 and folic acid counts. Sometime there are nutrients going in to the body, but the body doesn't process things correctly. Low and/or high lymphs seem quite common for CT diseases, I wouldn't worry unles the counts are very high or very low. I get this type of reading a lot and may signal a change in or flare of the disease. Low Urea I believe can be from a few things malnutirition is one of them. I would talk to the doctor about its significance. If your bun, creatine and other blood counts are okay it may just mean something is off balance in your system and you may need to recheck it later. I wish you the best - Kristin
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