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Your laboratory report vitamin B12 is low 96.5, homocysteine is high, folate is normal CBC is normal HbA1c, Thyroid profile test and RFT is normal. Total bilirubin and indirect bilirubin is mildly elevated This increase in bilirubin level is due to hemolysis of RBC and this could be due to low vitamin B12 level Lipid profile is deranged I would suggest you to visit local doctor for guidance related to dyslipidemia and low vitamin B12. At this low value with clinical manifestation vitamin B12 injection is advised weekly for six weeks.
5. Total Bilirubin and indirect bilirubin is mildly elevated
This increase in bilirubin levels is caused by hemolysis of RBC (red blood cells), which could be caused by a lack of vitamin B12. The lipid profile is also abnormal. I suggest you to see a local doctor to get advice on dyslipidemia and low vitamin B12 levels. The vitamin B12 injections are advised weekly for six weeks at this low value along with clinical manifestations. There are other values in the report that need to be explained to you. So I suggest you see a local doctor in your, as it will be easier to explain and guide you with active conversation.
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