So, from the way I read this (and really, your doctor should go over these results with you), you are fighting an infection or virus. Which also makes sense with your symptoms. High Eosinophils (Absolute) indicates that. I'm not sure id your RDW is really low. If 12.3 is the standard they are using and you are at 12, that's really borderline but lots of doctors use 10.2 as the cut off and you are low if you are below that. When that is low, the most common reason is anemia. Your chloride level is also really borderline, just outside of normal. That gets high when there is an electrolyte imbalance. If you have issues with your kidney, diabetes, etc. that is when you see really higher and higher levels. I'd not think this is flagged as too concerning for you right now at just 1 above what is normal. A lot of times simply hydrating properly will rectify this problem. If it continues to rise, they will look further into your kidneys. But then, you are ALSO low on carbon dioxide. Not by much, but lower. This again can be kidney related. Diabetes and congestive heart failure are also associated with this. There are other reasons too. Crystals in your urine, again point to kidney issues. So, when do you go back to your doctor? I think I'd ask what their interpretation is and if you warrant further follow up. You had no bacteria in the urine? No signs of a UTI?
p.s. what is the normal range for the glucose at your lab? The results sounds low. But it also sounds like there was a problem with collection of the blood since they mentioned the serum part of the blood was on the cells? So the doctor might retest. They have a better test for glucose now called Hemoglobin A1C. it is more accurate and indicative of results over a range of time.
Hello~You have been given excellent comments. I agree, it is best that your GP give you the interpretation of the results, some labs have different "normal" values, some higher, some lower, so, possibly if you had been tested by another lab, some of the results would have been "normal"