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Some questions
Mar 17, 2007
well, i just got a blood test done for a physical and doctors called back and said my rudubellin (spelled wrong but hopefully u know what i'm talkin about) is elevated, and my white blood count is low. I'm going back this week to test for hep a, b, and c.

this is kinda shocking to me, because i'm usually fussy about sharing a drink with somebody,and i am a virgin, don't drink, do drugs, or have any tattoos, which count for nearly all ways it is spread!

I had a blood test taken 2 years ago, and nothing was said about anything abnormal, I gave blood last year, if anything was caught in the screening, they would tell the donater right?

I guess my biggest question is that something is wrong, and all the fingers are pointing towards hep, but is there any other reason why my rudibellin is high, and white count low, thanks for listening
Re: Some questions
Mar 18, 2007
[QUOTE=johnny00;2864841]well, i just got a blood test done for a physical and doctors called back and said my rudubellin (spelled wrong but hopefully u know what i'm talkin about) is elevated, and my white blood count is low. I'm going back this week to test for hep a, b, and c.

this is kinda shocking to me, because i'm usually fussy about sharing a drink with somebody,and i am a virgin, don't drink, do drugs, or have any tattoos, which count for nearly all ways it is spread!

I had a blood test taken 2 years ago, and nothing was said about anything abnormal, I gave blood last year, if anything was caught in the screening, they would tell the donater right?

I guess my biggest question is that something is wrong, and all the fingers are pointing towards hep, but is there any other reason why my rudibellin is high, and white count low, thanks for listening[/QUOTE]



It is your bilirubin. Did they check your liver enzymes? There could be a lot of reasons for an elevated bilirubin and low WBC.

Also, hep A could be caused by contaminated food (especially seafood).





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