Our expert says:
Dr Anrich is only "on duty" from Friday to Sunday each week but I will try to answer your question.
When a patient have chronic kidney disease, this can influence your red blood cell count (there is less stimulation to make red blood cells) , your blood protein (including total protein, albumin can go down - yours looks OK) High or abnormal globulin (which are your antibodies) can also be an indication of a kind of blood cancer or auto immune disease. Yours is within normal limits.
Low platelets, RBC and WBC can show that there is a problem with the bone marrow, that it is not making enough blood. A UEA usually measures how well your kidneys are performing and whether your electrolytes ( blood salts) are normal. I am not sure what other blood test your doctor ordered - it could be for antibodies or for vitamin levels? Phone her again tomorrow, she may have had a few emergencies and forgot to call back?>
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