Need Help Figuring Out The Levels From My Blood Results

Hey, I've recieved this after having my blood checked at my doctor. I'll post both the original list in Danish, and a google translated English version:


 


Alanintransaminase [ALAT];P = 18 U/L (10 <> 70)

Basisk fosfatase;P = 58 U/L (35 <> 105)

Vitamin B12;P = 335 pmol/L (Min. 150)

Kolesterol;P = 4.0 mmol/L (3,4 <> 6,9)

gamma-Glutamyltransferase;P = 12 U/L (10 <> 80)

Glukose;P = 4.8 mmol/L (4,2 <> 7,7)

Hæmoglobin;B = 10.0 mmol/L (8 <> 11)

Kolesterol HDL;P = 1.52 mmol/L (0,83 <> 2,13)

Kalium;S = 4.2 mmol/L (3,6 <> 4,6)

Kolesterol LDL;P(fPt) = 2.0 mmol/L (1,5 <> 4,8)

Leukocytter;B = 10.2 10E9/L (3,0 <> 9,0)

Hæmoglobin [MCHC];Erc( B ) = 20.4 mmol/L (19,0 <> 22,0)

Erytrocytvol. middel [MCV];Erc( B )= 88 fL (80 <> 100)

Natrium;P = 142 mmol/L (137 <> 145)

Trombocytter;B = 298 10E9/L (150 <> 400)

Triglycerid;P(fPt) = 1.10 mmol/L (0,47 <> 2,60)

Thyrotropin [TSH];P = 4.2 10E-3 IU/L (0,20 <> 5,00)

25-OH-Vitamin D(D3+D2);P = 109 nmol/L (50 <> 200)

Kreatinin;P = 75 µmol/L (60 <> 105)

C-reaktivt protein [CRP];P = <4 mg/L (Max. 10)

Ery Vol Varia;B = 14.4 % (11 <> 15)

eGFR mL/min per 1,73m²;Nyre = 106 mL/min (68 <> 137)


 


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Alanine transaminase [ALT], P = 18 U / L (10 <> 70)
Alkaline phosphatase, P = 58 U / L (35 <> 105)
Vitamin B12, P = 335 pmol / L (Min. 150)
Cholesterol, P = 4.0 mmol / L (3.4 <> 6.9)
gamma-glutamyl transferase, P = 12 U / L (10 <> 80)
Glucose, P = 4.8 mmol / L (4.2 <> 7.7)
Haemoglobin, B = 10.0 mmol / L (8 <> 11)
Cholesterol HDL, P = 1.52 mmol / L (0.83 <> 2.13)
Potassium, S = 4.2 mmol / L (3.6 <> 4.6)
Cholesterol LDL, P (FPT) = 2.0 mmol / L (1.5 <> 4.8)
Leukocytes, B = 10.2 10e9 / L (3.0 <> 9.0)
Hemoglobin [MCHC]; Erc ( B ) = 20.4 mmol / L (19.0 <> 22.0)
Erytrocytvol. agent [MCV]; Erc ( B ) = 88 fL (80 <> 100)
Sodium, P = 142 mmol / L (137 <> 145)
Platelets, B = 298 10e9 / L (150 <> 400)
Triglyceride, P (FPT) = 1.10 mmol / L (0.47 <> 2.60)
Thyrotropin [TSH], P = 4.2 10E-3 IU / L (0.20 <> 5.00)
25-OH Vitamin D (D3 + D2), P = 109 nmol / L (50 <> 200)
Creatinine, P = 75 umol / L (60 <> 105)
C-reactive protein [CRP], P = <4 mg / L (Max. 10)
Ery Vol Varia, B = 14.4% (11 <​​> 15)
eGFR mL / min per 1.73 m²; Kidney = 106 mL / min (68 <> 137)

 

So, the thing is, I have no idea what these levels mean...Could you guys help me (or direct me to good places for that info) with how to "read" these results, which of these I should focus on "bettering" ? Obviously I wanna try to get as good and healthy results as possible, and I'm not at all bulletprooff - but working on it :) I guess there must be some ways to simplify these results, and put them in lament terms so to say..

 

Thanks so much in advance,

 

Bulletproof greetings from Copenhagen :)


 


Comments

  • John BrissonJohn Brisson The Legend Formerly Known as Ron Swanson ✭✭


     


    Hey, I've recieved this after having my blood checked at my doctor. I'll post both the original list in Danish, and a google translated English version:


     


    Alanintransaminase [ALAT];P = 18 U/L (10 <> 70)

    Basisk fosfatase;P = 58 U/L (35 <> 105)

    Vitamin B12;P = 335 pmol/L (Min. 150)

    Kolesterol;P = 4.0 mmol/L (3,4 <> 6,9)

    gamma-Glutamyltransferase;P = 12 U/L (10 <> 80)

    Glukose;P = 4.8 mmol/L (4,2 <> 7,7)

    Hæmoglobin;B = 10.0 mmol/L (8 <> 11)

    Kolesterol HDL;P = 1.52 mmol/L (0,83 <> 2,13)

    Kalium;S = 4.2 mmol/L (3,6 <> 4,6)

    Kolesterol LDL;P(fPt) = 2.0 mmol/L (1,5 <> 4,8)

    Leukocytter;B = 10.2 10E9/L (3,0 <> 9,0)

    Hæmoglobin [MCHC];Erc( B ) = 20.4 mmol/L (19,0 <> 22,0)

    Erytrocytvol. middel [MCV];Erc( B )= 88 fL (80 <> 100)

    Natrium;P = 142 mmol/L (137 <> 145)

    Trombocytter;B = 298 10E9/L (150 <> 400)

    Triglycerid;P(fPt) = 1.10 mmol/L (0,47 <> 2,60)

    Thyrotropin [TSH];P = 4.2 10E-3 IU/L (0,20 <> 5,00)

    25-OH-Vitamin D(D3+D2);P = 109 nmol/L (50 <> 200)

    Kreatinin;P = 75 µmol/L (60 <> 105)

    C-reaktivt protein [CRP];P = <4 mg/L (Max. 10)

    Ery Vol Varia;B = 14.4 % (11 <> 15)

    eGFR mL/min per 1,73m²;Nyre = 106 mL/min (68 <> 137)


     


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    Alanine transaminase [ALT], P = 18 U / L (10 <> 70)
    Alkaline phosphatase, P = 58 U / L (35 <> 105)
    Vitamin B12, P = 335 pmol / L (Min. 150)
    Cholesterol, P = 4.0 mmol / L (3.4 <> 6.9)
    gamma-glutamyl transferase, P = 12 U / L (10 <> 80)
    Glucose, P = 4.8 mmol / L (4.2 <> 7.7)
    Haemoglobin, B = 10.0 mmol / L (8 <> 11)
    Cholesterol HDL, P = 1.52 mmol / L (0.83 <> 2.13)
    Potassium, S = 4.2 mmol / L (3.6 <> 4.6)
    Cholesterol LDL, P (FPT) = 2.0 mmol / L (1.5 <> 4.8)
    Leukocytes, B = 10.2 10e9 / L (3.0 <> 9.0)
    Hemoglobin [MCHC]; Erc ( B ) = 20.4 mmol / L (19.0 <> 22.0)
    Erytrocytvol. agent [MCV]; Erc ( B ) = 88 fL (80 <> 100)
    Sodium, P = 142 mmol / L (137 <> 145)
    Platelets, B = 298 10e9 / L (150 <> 400)
    Triglyceride, P (FPT) = 1.10 mmol / L (0.47 <> 2.60)
    Thyrotropin [TSH], P = 4.2 10E-3 IU / L (0.20 <> 5.00)
    25-OH Vitamin D (D3 + D2), P = 109 nmol / L (50 <> 200)
    Creatinine, P = 75 umol / L (60 <> 105)
    C-reactive protein [CRP], P = <4 mg / L (Max. 10)
    Ery Vol Varia, B = 14.4% (11 <​​> 15)
    eGFR mL / min per 1.73 m²; Kidney = 106 mL / min (68 <> 137)

     

    So, the thing is, I have no idea what these levels mean...Could you guys help me (or direct me to good places for that info) with how to "read" these results, which of these I should focus on "bettering" ? Obviously I wanna try to get as good and healthy results as possible, and I'm not at all bulletprooff - but working on it :) I guess there must be some ways to simplify these results, and put them in lament terms so to say..

     

    Thanks so much in advance,

     

    Bulletproof greetings from Copenhagen :)


     




     


    Your kidneys are great! Your eGFR which is the most important test for total kidney function is very good. Your Vitamin D could be just a tad bit higher. You want 150 nmol for perfection. Overall, pretty healthy.

  • edited October 2013


    Your kidneys are great! Your eGFR which is the most important test for total kidney function is very good. Your Vitamin D could be just a tad bit higher. You want 150 nmol for perfection. Overall, pretty healthy.




     


    Thanks man ! Coincidentally I just bought a big can of D vitamins (now that the summer is over here), just before reading this reply, so good to know! Ya the only message I got from the doctor was that "everything looks good"....


  • TSH looks a little high. Optimal is sub 1.5


  • John BrissonJohn Brisson The Legend Formerly Known as Ron Swanson ✭✭


    TSH looks a little high. Optimal is sub 1.5




     


    Yeah, somehow I missed that hackergirl is correct. You might want to supplement with some Iodine and selenium.

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