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Excerpt: Well folks, I just got my bloodwork done and a battery of other tests (damn that Carlon Colker is thorough), and since I now have my results, I thought I'd post the reference ranges for all those people wonder what "normal" is. I won't bore you with my test results, lets just say that according to Dr. Colker, I'm "stoked for growth" and "totally dormant" with regard to my natural test production (yup, I'm shut down and loving it). Otherwise, I'm doing great. Now on with the Referance

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    Cool Here are Reference Ranges for Blood Work

    Well folks, I just got my bloodwork done and a battery of other tests (damn that Carlon Colker is thorough), and since I now have my results, I thought I'd post the reference ranges for all those people wonder what "normal" is. I won't bore you with my test results, lets just say that according to Dr. Colker, I'm "stoked for growth" and "totally dormant" with regard to my natural test production (yup, I'm shut down and loving it). Otherwise, I'm doing great.

    Now on with the Referance ranges - BTW, these are from Quest Diagnostics (biggest lab network in the US):

    CBC with Differential and Platelet
    White Blood Cell count: 3.8 - 10.8 Thous/mcL
    Red Blood Cell count: 4.2 - 5.8 Mill/mcl
    Hemoglobin: 13.2 - 17.1 g/dL
    Hematocrit: 38.5 - 50.0%
    MCV: 80 - 100 fL
    MCH: 27 - 33 pg
    MCHC: 32 - 36 g/dL
    RDW: 11 - 15%
    Platelet Count: 140 - 400 Thous/mcL
    MPV: 7.5 - 11.5 fL
    Neutrophils, Absolute: 1500 - 7800 Cells/mcL
    Lymphocytes, Absolute: 850 - 3900 Cells/mcL
    Monocytes, Absolute: 200 - 950 Cells/mcL
    Eosinophils, Absolute: 15 - 500 Cells/mcL
    Basophils, Absolute: 0 - 200 Cells/mcL

    Glucose, non-fasting: 65 - 125 mg/dL
    Glucose, fasting: 65 - 109 mg/dL

    Automated Chemistries
    Urea Nitrogen: 7 -25 mg/dL
    Creatinine: 0.5 - 1.4 mg/dL
    BUN/Creatinine: 6 - 25
    Sodium: 135 - 146 mmol/L
    Potassium: 3.5 - 5.3 mmol/L
    Chloride: 98 - 110 mmol/L
    Carbon Dioxide: 21 - 33 mmol/L
    Calcium: 8.5 - 10.4 mg/dL
    Phosphorus: 2.5 - 4.5 mg/dL
    Alkaline Phosphatase: 20 -125 U/L
    Liver enzyme, AST: 2 - 50 U/L
    Liver enzyme, ALT: 2 - 60 U/L
    Bilirubin, Total: 0.2 - 1.5 mg/dL
    Bilirubin, Direct: 0.0 - 0.3 mg/dL
    Protein, Total: 6.9 - 8.3 g/dL
    Albumin: 3.7 - 5.1 g/dL
    Globulin, Calculated: 2.2 - 4.2 g/dL
    A/G ratio: 0.8 - 2.0
    LD: 100 - 250 U/L
    Uric Acid: 2.7 - 8.2 mg/dL
    GGT: 2 - 80 U/L
    Cholesterol, Total: < 200 mg/dL
    Triglycerides: < 150 mg/dL
    Iron: 40 - 190 ug/dL

    Thyroid Panel
    T3, Total: 60 - 181 ng/dL
    T4, Free: 0.8 - 1.8 ng/dL
    T4, Total: 4.5 - 12.8 ug/dL
    TSH: 0.4 - 5.5 mIU/L

    Homocysteine (Cardio) , FPIA
    Homocysteine: < 11.4 MICROmol/L

    PSA - Prostate Specific Antigen
    PSA, Total: < 4.1 ng/mL
    PSA, Free and Free %: See ref. scale below
    Reference scale:
    PSA, 0 - 2 ng/mL = approx. 1% Probability of Cancer
    PSA, 2 - 4 ng/mL = approx. 15% Probability of Cancer
    PSA, 4.1 - 10 ng/mL & Free 0-10% = approx. 56% Probability of Cancer
    PSA, 4.1 - 10 ng/mL & Free 11-15% = approx. 28% Probability of Cancer
    PSA, 4.1 - 10 ng/mL & Free 16-20% = approx. 20% Probability of Cancer
    PSA, 4.1 - 10 ng/mL & Free 21-25% = approx. 16% Probability of Cancer
    PSA, 4.1 - 10 ng/mL & Free > 26% = approx. 8% Probability of Cancer
    PSA > 10 = > 50% Probability of Cancer

    Testosterone, LH & Estradiol
    Testosterone, Total: 260 - 1000 ng/dL
    Testosterone, Free: 50 - 210 pg/mL
    Testosterone, Free %: 1.0 - 2.7%
    Estradiol: < 32 pg/mL
    LH: 1.5 - 9.3 mIU/mL

    Alright, that's it for the ranges. Hopefully this will answer a number of peoples questions about what is considered "normal" for a male.

    DrG
    Last edited by drgoodbody; 19-Sep-2003 at 06:10 PM.

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    excellent reference, thank you


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    Great post... karma!

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    Good stuff !

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    Nice reference. Very useful.

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    Thinking about the cost for all of those tests just made cringe.

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    Originally posted by 2Thick
    Thinking about the cost for all of those tests just made cringe.
    Yup - it's not cheap, and I had to front the money for it all since it is all "out-of-network" with my current healthcare insurance company. Now I'm puttin' in a claim, and will probably only get reimbursed a fraction of the cost... Oh well, you only have one body, got to take care of it.

    DrG

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    Now information like THAT, is what should be a STICKY.


    But it won't be.
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    Originally posted by Nelson Montana
    Now information like THAT, is what should be a STICKY.


    But it won't be.
    Reverse psychology, eh?

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    Big bump for this...

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