Hi, I need anyone to give me insght. My PCP couldn't/wouldn't discuss my blood work because she was not the one that ordered the tests. Here are my labs: Can someone describe what these findings may point to? Please?
Hemoglobin 15.4 H
Platelet Count 258
Fibrinogen 475 H
Protein S Activity 130 H
Protein C Activity 150 H
Anti-Thrombin lll 137 H
ACLA- IgM 57.6 H
ACh Receptor (muscle) Modulating Ab 16%
I am diagnosed with "sticky blood" and RA, OA. I've been experiencing hair loss, appetite decreased, weight loss, chronic nausea, extreme fatigue (sleeping more than 80% of the day), abdominal bloating, vision changes, sweating, dizziness, bone pain, flank pain, dehydration even with plenty of water intake, and my memory and concentration is leaving me.
Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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