Just another worried gal about some blood work ?
I went to the doctor for some tiredness but joint pain sometimes ! They flare up during rain and cold weather
The first monocytes came back normal and absolute came back high
Slight below normal MCH MCHC
Mean plat volume right at the cut off mark
Sed rate high 72
CRP high sensitivy at a 7.9
Thyroid peroxide high
Ana- ra factor negative
And everything else normal
I’m just worried overall
If this is anything to worry about ?
I have very bad anxiety so this causing me to think cancer or worse !
I know I’m dumb for it but I just need some reassurance
I know no one is doctors but just some peace of mind would help I guess
- PippinLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Nothing about this suggests cancer. It suggests inflammation, possibly from an autoimmune disorder like arthritis.
Can't think why you would leap to the conclusion that it's cancer.
- 3 weeks ago
Don’t worry abut it. Nothing in ur results shout cancer. So why are you stressing over it? It will only make things worse.
- EdnaLv 73 weeks ago
Nothing you said indicates that you might have cancer. The results of the blood work you've already had done and your description of the pain indicate that you might have arthritis.
- LANLv 74 weeks ago
Oh goodie. Yet another moron that thinks that anyone here can give her more than the basic information she could find for herself by looking it up online.
No one here is a doctor. You are just another drama seeker that can't seem to wait to talk to your doctor that ordered your tests. You, know, the person that is actually familiar with your medical history and knows what he was looking for when he ordered the test. God I wish you idiots had at least enough active brain cells to see just how stupid this kind of question is.
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- AmarettaLv 74 weeks ago
Call your doctor's office tomorrow, ask to speak to his/her nurse and ask for an explanation of your blood results. You could have an autoimmune disorder (which can cause fatigue), but there's no reason to automatically think of cancer.
- JinglesLv 74 weeks ago
If you got lab values you got a report with it. What were you told?