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230569 tn?1189755826

Finally saw the liver people!!

I haven't talked to them about my results...anybody know what my genotype or anything is from looking at this?

WBC - 14.4 (high)
RBC - 3.76 (low)
HGB - 12.2
HCT - 34.6 (low)
MCV - 91.9
MCH - 32.4
MCHC - 35.2
RDW - 12.5
platelet  count - 286
MPV - 8.1
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96938 tn?1189799858
What you posted is the results of a CBC (complete blood count).  The missing pieces are separate test results which would give you the geno type, viral load and liver function test results.  Make sure you walk away with copies of all tests.  Good luck
276730 tn?1327962946
Keep us posted on how your doing.
Lets us know how your liver panel turns out.
230569 tn?1189755826
...well that's disapointing.  I'm going to the hospital for pain therapy today and I'm going to ask someone about this while I'm there.
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