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Old 07-16-2011, 04:54 PM   #1
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Ques about serum proteins

I had some unusual lab results at my last oncologist visit.

Globulin 4.8
Albumin 3.4
A/G ratio 0.7

Total protein I believe was 7.3

I have a hx of stage II breast cancer and recently have developed dizziness and headaches. CT scan of head was normal. Hgb slightly low (11.3) and HCT, MCV, MCH all slightly low. Ferritin 6. So I know I am anemic, and will be starting iron infusions next week.

Any thoughts on what may be causing these crazy levels? I am 36 and was generally healthy prior to breast ca dx. I did have my gallbladder removed at age 25, so I don't think this is a gallbladder response.

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