Would you like to ask if you can see the problem from the blood report? There is another item that can't be put in the picture. C-reactive protein 18.15
There should be no big problem in these reports. The first report sheet. Liver function is slightly abnormal, but there is no need for treatment, and the increase is not obvious. The second report shows that routine urine red blood cells are also mild. If there are no symptoms, there is no need for treatment. You can go to a color Doppler ultrasound. For the latter two tumor indicators, a slight increase is of no great significance. If the C-reactive protein is a little high, it may be a little inflammatory. I don't know how bad it is.
Hello, my friend, according to the question you asked and the auxiliary examination results you provided, there is a slight damage to the liver function at present. At the same time, there are some abnormalities in the urination routine, but the problem is not big. You can recheck the urination routine by drinking more water. For the indicators of tumor markers, it is of little significance to lose first. Recheck after three months.
The examination results you have examined can not completely determine the disease at present, and some may have no clinical significance. This situation needs to be reviewed after half a year. At ordinary times, pay attention to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, ensure good sleep, don't stay up late, keep a comfortable mood, don't get angry, light and digestible diet, balanced collocation of meat, eggs and milk, eat more green vegetables and fruits and supplement vitamins