In two blood tests I had, 1.5 years apart, the only abnormality I can find is a high albumin/globulin ratio (a few points out-of-range, to the high end.) This is apparently not a concern, though, as my doctor has not mentioned anything. In my own research, the typical reason for high albumin is dehydration. It's conceivable this test might be meaningless, too.
However I have some other oddities which could align themselves with dehydration.. one of them is foamy urine (I have it most days), the other is sometimes a dry mouth and unquenchable thirst. So this makes me wonder if I could have some kind of nutrient defiency, apparently zinc and vitamin A deficiency can cause high albumin and/or dehydration.
let me know what they find on your blood test, if anything