Hi, what can be the cause of high RBC count and low MCV, MCH counts? Also have slightl high RDW count.?
In addition I also have protein in my urine which the blood test report says 1+, 30 mg/dl*. Not sure what that means.Doctor gave me another urine test today to confirm.I am 30 years old, 162 lbs 5'11. I'm not overweight or anything.My BP and cholesterol is normal.Thank you.
Posted 3 years ago in Other by SirGremlin


Another urine test to confirm what? Why didn't you simply ask these very important questions regarding your test results with your doctor? I'm sure you have the perfect opportunity to do so....These questions are the questions you should have asked your doctor right when you had the chance.No one here can explain exactly what may be going on with your health...nor diagnose you from your test results.Just call your doctor and ask this same question/s...Good luck. I read/see so many question where people want us to offer our uneducated ideas/guesses as to what their test results mean.I don't understand why you people simply didn't ask your doctor when you had the chance to do so.You got your results from your doctor(had to),so why not just ask what those results mean while your right there with your doctor? I just can't comprehend that.Sorry...I'm not trying to come off as rude.Not at all.I just can not understand why anyone would walk out of their doctors office without asking what their test results mean.
I agree with Jennifer. This is too complicated for YA. You need to talk to a doctor.

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