Its still paralysis by analysis because you have no signs of any problems - you just did bloodwork and you are looking for a problem.
YES - your stuff is under the low end, but just a BIT. It doesnt mean shit. Unless you had em super high all your life and now they are low for no reason, i dont see the point to make it a problem.
Often stuff is a bit different. Sometimes i have 5x over the normal range of E2, sometimes my liver enzymes are 3 times over the norm, etc. My hematocrit has been 5 points over the norm, and the best it has ever been was barelly in the norm.
Sure, you can look into it, but having some blood cell count 1 point under the minimum, is not really a reason to discuss it in detail - im sorry, it just looks like you WANT some problem to deal with.
Sadly, dick problems have 1000 possibilities. Too little water, too much stress, too little sleep, too much age, not enough blood, too much blood, caffeine, too heavy workouts, too much workouts, too little workouts…
Basically there are LESS things that dont affect our erections as there are things that in theory DO affect them.
Your WBC are 0,7 under and RBC are 0,36 under. Not even a whole point. I would worry when they are around 2,0…
Also, there is little use of just these parametters - whats your hematocrit?.
And if you really want to look into this - you have to check iron and ferritin.
Anyways, having 0,7 and 0,36 under the range is probably not anemia and its probably not a reason to actually feel it in your dick, cuz as i mentioned - we can kill our dicks with our toughts easy.
Do you have bloodwork from a month ago and a year ago? Its also important.
There are many people who have different shit as NORMAL.
Me, for example, even tho, as women say - i do exert heat, when i take my temperature its always under whats supposed to be a normal reading.
My gf has a normal BP of 100, for example.
I have a 47 year old client in kickboxing whos natural level of test at his age is 1300 and he barelly does any pushups.
Anyways, if you are afraid of anemia, you need to check iron AND ferritin… maybe you lack those and that would explain a minor decrease in blood cells.
But we dont know if they ever were higher - maybe it IS normal for you and always has been?