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- Wed Aug 15, 2007 2:35 pm
Im 23 years old male , before one year i make test and some results were high like rbc , hgb , hct, after 6 months i make another test and same results, now i make after one year from fhirst test , today i make test and this are the results,Before my blood was ok
this is fhirst test
Wbc 7.3 (3.5-9)
Rbc 6.21 (4- 5.80 )
Hgb 165 (110 - 165)
Hct 559 (350 - 500)
mch 26.5 (26.5 - 33.5)
MchC 295 (315 - 350)
Rdw 13.2 (10-15)
Pdw 10.7 (10-18 )
mpv 10 ( 6.5 -11)
%Lym 39.8 (17-48 )
%mon 7.3 (4-10)
%Gra 52.9 (43-76)
this is after six months
Hemoglobin 167 (140 - 180)
Rbc 5,8 (4.2 - 5.5)
Hct 0.51 (0,37 - 0.54)
Leukociti 5.6 (4-9)
Glukoza 5.7 (3.5-6.5)
proteins 75 (65 - 80)
albumin 52 (35-50)
globulin 23 (27-35)
and the last one
Bilirubin 14.5 (4.3-20.5)
C- ALT(GPT) 11.2 (9-44)
C-AST (GOT) 66.3 (10-35)
Rbc 5.94 (4.20-6.10)
Hgb 18.2 (12-1
Hct 54.8 ( 37-52)
Mchc 33.2 (33- 37)
what is C-AST(got) why is that so high????
| Dr. Chan Lowe
- Thu Aug 16, 2007 12:34 am
The AST is an enzyme that is released when liver cells break down (as is ALT although ALT can come from other places as well). When there is liver damage the AST and ALT will become elevated. These tests are commonly called liver function tests although this name is a bit of a misnomer. The AST and ALT do not really test function of the liver, rather they test destruction of cells.
An AST of 66 is really only very minimally elevated. With a viral hepatitis, for example, the AST can climb into the thousands easily.
There are many possible causes of this elevation. It may be that you had a slight cold or were a bit dehydrated causing some slightly increased turn over of your liver cells.
I would suggest it be rechecked in a few months to be sure it has improved.
Regarding your RBC's, HgB, and HCT while technically outside the normal levels it is likely that these are still normal levels for you. They, too, are only minimally elevated. Normal levels are determined based on a bell curve so some people will "normally" be outside this range. I would not be concerned about your levels.
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