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Help with Blood Results. High Prolactin? TSH?


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Hi guys

Please could someone look at the below results

01-Sep-2017 Serum TSH level - (AT) - Normal - No action
Serum TSH level 2.23 mIU/L 0.35 - 4.50mIU/L
Normal TSH, Free T3 analysis not indicated
01-Sep-2017 Gonadotrophin levels - (AT) - Normal - No action
Serum FSH level 5.2 IU/L 1.50 - 12.40IU/L
Serum LH level 5 IU/L 1.70 - 8.60IU/L
01-Sep-2017 ! OESTRADIOL - (AT) - 67
! Serum oestradiol level 67 pmol/L 99.00 - 192.00pmol/L
01-Sep-2017 ! Serum urate level - (AT) - 449
Serum creatinine 98 umol/L 59.00 - 104.00umol/L
! Serum urate level 449 umol/L 200.00 - 430.00umol/L
GFR calculated abbreviatd MDRD 77 mL/min 60.00 - 150.00mL/min
Estimated GFR (eGFR) value should be multiplied by
1.212 for African-Caribbean patients.
01-Sep-2017 Serum sex hormne binding glob - (AT) - Not done as testosterone normal
Serum sex hormne binding glob
Not done as testosterone normal
Serum testosterone 20.4 nmol/L 9.90 - 27.80nmol/L
01-Sep-2017 ! Serum prolactin level - (AT) - borderline 471
! Serum prolactin level 471 mu/L 86.00 - 324.00mu/L
01-Sep-2017 Serum testosterone - (AT) - Normal - No action
Serum testosterone 20.4 nmol/L 9.90 - 27.80nmol/L
01-Sep-2017 TSH - (AT) - Normal - No action
Previous TSH
Previous TSH: . mU/L on 29/08/2017.
This result is a previous TSH result
TSH has been analysed in the last 4 weeks. Repeat
is not normally indicated within a six weeks
unless there are exceptional circumstances. If
this is the case please contact the laboratory
01-Sep-2017 Serum lipids - (AT) - Normal - No action
Serum cholesterol 4.1 mmol/L <5.00mmol/L
Serum HDL cholesterol level 1.16 mmol/L 1.00 - 3.00mmol/L
Serum cholesterol/HDL ratio 3.5 <4.00
Serum triglycerides 1.55 mmol/L <2.30mmol/L
Non-fasting, triglyceride may be falsely high.
Unsuitable for LDL cholesterol
Se non HDL cholesterol level 2.9 mmol/L
01-Sep-2017 HbA1c levl - IFCC standardised - (AT) - Normal - No action
HbA1c levl - IFCC standardised 31 mmol/mol 20.00 - 44.00mmol/mol
Reference range quoted for non-diabetic
individuals. Please see local guidelines for
further interpretation in diabetes.
When used for diagnosis:
HbA1c >= 48 - repeat in 2 weeks if no symptoms
HbA1c 42-47 - increased risk, repeat within a year
but not within 3 months
HbA1c < 42 - not diabetic, repeat not indicated