My bloods are back. I’m not dying. Which is nice.
FBC/Full Blood Count is looking good, it’s fine. No anaemia.
My B12 is fine.
My Thyroid is fine.
My iron is fine.
My sugar is fine, no diabetes.
No problem with my kidneys.
But I had a sneaking suspicion a while back that I was getting glandular fever/mono. And well, yes. I may have early onset. I have to get another blood test (oy!) taken on Saturday. So no food from 10pm or something tomorrow night. No alcohol. No drugs (as in prescription. I’m a good girl).
If I have it? 2-3 weeks off work. But let’s cross that bridge when we come to it.
OH! My CHOLESTEROL is high! It should drop with the treadmill work but I have to cut peanut butter and chocolate, check the fat content in everything, be careful with my tuna (which I’m addicted to).. going to be interesting. She said the skinniest of people can have high LBL cholesterol, so that made me feel a little better. I have always associated it with obesity, but it’s apparently a common issue with many.
So, in theory, I should have no issues losing weight. I don’t have a thyroid condition, so I don’t need the thyroxine to balance my metabolism. I should just be able to do it with good old diet and exercise.
I’m glad it’s something, though.