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Bloodwork Results After Distal Biceps Tear, T Not Included

Creatinine

Status:Final

Creatinine

81 umol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):50-120 (umol/L)

Abnormality:-

Glomerular Filtration Rate, Estimated

Status:Final

Glomerular Filtration Rate, Estimated

113 mL/min/1.73m2

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):>=60 (mL/min/1.73m2)

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PT & APTT Panel

Status:Final

INR

1.0

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.9-1.1

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APTT

36.0 second(s)

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):28.0-38.0 (second(s))

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CBC & Differential

Status:Final

Hemoglobin

176 g/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):137 - 180 (g/L)

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Hematocrit

0.52 L/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.40 - 0.54 (L/L)

Abnormality:-

Erythrocytes

5.8 10E12/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):4.5 - 6.0 (10E12/L)

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MCV

90 fL

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):82 - 100 (fL)

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MCHC

335 g/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):320 - 360 (g/L)

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Erythrocyte Distribution Width (RDW)

11.8 %

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):11.0 - 16.0 (%)

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Platelets

263 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):150 - 400 (10E9/L)

Abnormality:-

Leukocytes

11.5 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):4.0 - 11.0 (10E9/L)

Abnormality:Above normal range

Neutrophils

8.5 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):2.0 - 8.0 (10E9/L)

Abnormality:Above normal range

Granulocytes Immature

0.1 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.0 - 0.0 (10E9/L)

Abnormality:Above normal range

Lymphocytes

Info

1.8 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.7 - 3.5 (10E9/L)

Abnormality:-

Monocytes

0.9 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.0 - 1.0 (10E9/L)

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Eosinophils

0.2 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.0 - 0.7 (10E9/L)

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Basophils

0.1 10E9/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):0.0 - 0.2 (10E9/L)

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Urea

Status:Final

Urea

4.3 mmol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):3.0-8.0 (mmol/L)

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Blood Type & Ab Screen

Status:Final

Order Comment

Confirmatory ABO Rh Type is required to be drawn.

ABO & Rh Group

O Positive

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):-

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Antibody Screen

Negative

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):-

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Transfusion Band number

AAL6307

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):-

Abnormality:-

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):-

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Electrolytes

Status:Final

Sodium

139 mmol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):135-145 (mmol/L)

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Potassium

4.1 mmol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):3.5-5.0 (mmol/L)

Abnormality:-

Chloride

108 mmol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):98-112 (mmol/L)

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Carbon Dioxide\

22 mmol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):20-32 (mmol/L)

Abnormality:-

Anion Gap 3

9 mmol/L

Status:Final

Reference Range (Units):4-16 (mmol/L)

Abnormality:-

Nothing seems abnormal been on T for over 2 years, will be doing hormone panel in 3 weeks to check.

Question, everything seems normal but 2 doctors asked me if i was using is that just common with bicep tears or what is abnormal pointing in that direction.

Using what? Test?

yes using steroids in general. i train at a powerlifting gym with multiple guys same injury and they all said first question was if they use anabolics.

is this injury associated with steroid use? or just possibly more common with the weight we lift.

i just didnt see anything abnormal on the sheets other than maybe white blood cells.

I think this has more to do with it. I’m guessing you’re not a small guy?

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@swoops39

6’2 between 240-250

all relative my gym owner is 6’6 350+ lol big compared to normal but smallest in my gym lol.

I’m very small compared to you… 5’7" and 200lbs. I’ve been asked by multiple docs if I used. Sometimes I was, sometimes I wasn’t. Thats in my past now but don’t feel bad. If you look the part and have lifting related injuries they are going to ask. As far as a bicep tear goes, I don’t see anything moderate test is going to contribute to make that worse than a natty. Other than Test is going to assist in making you stronger possibly faster than you can handle.

Its all relative, you are very jacked and i would kill for short muscle bellys i got weird long arms which make my bench suck ass and very hard to grow them. But my deadlift is awesome with shorter range of travel.

i mean i guess its a compliment they asked since i only take test right now but it happened September i just recently started using the arm with 100 low weight arm curls a day trying for pump and very recently i stopped getting pain which is a nice change.

i feel like i actually hurt myself because i experimenting with tren and didnt like the sides so i went from 400t a week 150 tren to 250t and within 2 weeks my arm gave out. i dont think i had the muscle maturity to keep going the way i was but i didnt blow it lifting weight but helping a friend lift something oddly enough.

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