Does anyone know where a person can check (Internet) to find information about test results that you have? What is normal? For example: Hemoglobin blood test. What is a normal level to have? I know that age, and weight are factors, but is there a chart or something that tells the doctor that if you are this age and weigh this much..then your Hemoglobin should be this level?
If you are having a blood tests for possible thyroid problems..Is there a chart that tells a doctor that your TSH levels (for this age and weight) should be this amount?
It seems to me, that when blood tests results come back to the doctor and he/she tells you that your Hemoglobin (for example) is normal..it would be nice to know if you are also border-line low, border-line high, maybe the test says normal..but you are so close to being low or high that this could be what is wrong with you.
It would be nice to see for yourself..what is normal..what is low..what is high..for the blood test condition you are being tested for! Does anyone know if that kind of information is available out there? Any help is greatly appreciated! Skeeter
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