Posted 8/13/2022 9:25 AM (GMT -8)
I keep mine in an excel spreadsheet. I don’t update it as much as I used to but it was helpful when my blood markers were all over the place. My hemoglobin tends on the low side so it was nice to track that.
If you always go to the same lab, the reports usually come in the same order so it really didn’t take that long to enter the results.
Basically I entered each marker (hemoglobin, creatin, BUN, etc) down the left side (rows) of the sheet. and then across the sheet, each column entry would be the date of the test and the lab used (measurements can sometimes be a little different from lab to lab so helpful to know).
Then you can add all sorts of goodies such as different colored highlights or text in each cell for high or low results if you like that sort of thing.
The first setup takes a little time but once that’s done each entry is fairly easy. If you don’t have Microsoft Excel I think there are free spreadsheet programs or you could use google docs.