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I have read your query and also seen the test results that you have attached (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). Your vitamin B panel test values are within the normal limits. Vitamin B1, B3, B9, and B12 values are in the lower half of the reference range. Most people get enough B vitamins through their diet. For deficiency of a particular vitamin, supplements can be given in the form of capsules to restore the vitamin level. I suggest you to use capsule Becosules (vitamin B complex and vitamin C) once a day for one month and take a healthy, nutritional diet to maintain normal vitamin levels in the body. Vitamin B12 is found only in foods of animal origin. A Vitamin B-rich diet includes green leafy vegetables, milk, and dairy products like yogurt, cheese, non-vegetarian foods like fish and red meat, whole grains, cereals, nuts, and fruits. A diet rich in vitamin B will help maintain an adequate level without the need for supplements.
Also, I have gone through the laboratory results that you have attached. All laboratory parameters like diabetic status, kidney function tests, liver function tests, thyroid profile, minerals, and hormones are normal. High sensitivity C-reactive protein is just above 3 mg/L. As you can read in the interpretation, HS-CRP, along with other risk factors of an acute coronary syndrome (ACS), is an essential clinical laboratory parameter for the assessment. HS-CRP becomes important when other risk factors of ACS are present like diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, obesity, history of smoking, and family history. Your LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol is high and total cholesterol is just above the normal upper reference value. I suggest you control the intake of a fat-rich diet and do daily exercise to reduce the values; I also suggest you consult a doctor who knows your past medical history and can give necessary suggestions to lower these values.
I hope this helps.
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