Originally Posted by Merimac
First and foremost ask your doctor. Secondly, a tenth of a point over the far end range usually means nothing. If testing for a progressive disease, the doctor would monitor for greater or progressive changes over time. ( Say 6 months or so. Unless there are other symptoms, or tests to go with these reports the tests are quite normal actually.
I have just found the reports of my blood tests taken in 2001 and 2002. Again there are good and bad news after I read them.
The good news is I am not too worried about the low WBC count now. Because the count in 2001 and 2002 were almost exactly the same as it is now. So if there is a problem with it, I guess I would have known by now.
But the bad news is I found my globulin has gone up a lot. It was 2.3 in 2001 and 2.0 in 2002. But it has elevated to 3.3 now. Even though 3.3 is still within the normal range, I am really worried about the huge jump especially when elevated globulin level often points to blood cancer.
Any opinion will be greatly appreciated.