Just bumping this up, since there doesn't seem to be anyone on here anymore replying to posts that are seeking some kind of /real/ medical advice. /sigh.
You know, for a website that's supposed to have real medical help ready to answer questions, I'm seeing a lot of questions unanswered, including my own. I call FRAUD.
Hi, Sorry you are frustrated. The lab you have reported is the CBC or complete blood count. For example, WBC is white blood cell count- yours is normal but if it was up it could indicate an infection. Basically your hemoglobin and hematocrit are normal so you are not anemic. The tests you should be asking your doctor about, for example, is what is your glucose (blood sugar). If the glucose is elevated you can be diabetic. Also, ask about your total lipid panel- this would include cholesterol, low density and high density lipids. If these are elevated you can be at risk for heart disease, etc.
I would suggest you might sit down with your doctor and just have him explain and answer all your questions.
Talk with him about your wanting to lose weight and ask for possible support people to help you achieve your goals- these can include dieticians, exercise physiologists, etc.
It is wonderful you are trying to understand and take steps for becoming healthier. I hope this helps. :)
Well, I had my test done before I was denied health insurance because I wasn't 18 anymore, and since I'm not 21 or pregnant, I couldn't get anymore coverage. The doctor wanted 60 dollars to tell me what the lab said. All of the factors that were on the lab are included in my original post. I thought there was a real "doctor Beckerman" on here or something that would help decipher this.