What Do GRA, LY% And MO% Show In A Blood Test?


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Connor Sephton answered
GRA shows the amount of normal cells which are within the blood to help the prevention of infections. The normal percentage of these cells within an adult is around 60 to 75 per cent, if these are low on your blood count is advised that you call your doctor and speak to them about the tests. You may need to change your diet or go on some simple medication to ensure that you have the correct percentage that you need.

The LY percent that you have is representative of the amount of cells which provide immunity within your blood. These are very important to ensure that you are not going to catch an infection which you could normally prevent from getting and that you are not going to have any problems within the future, 20 to 40 per cent is normal within an adult for LY.

Finally, the MO percent in your blood represents the biggest white blood cells which fight the foreign cells that might be there to attack your system. The normal percent of these is around two to nine per cent which is going to ensure that you have the right amount within your system. Having too much or too little of the MO per cent is going to be dangerous. If you do not have enough your system is not going to be able to fight foreign cells, and if you have too much they may begin to attack cells which are not foreign and therefore it is going to attack the cells in your system which may be there foe immunity.

If you have any concerns about the amount of percentages which your blood test has shown it is advised that you call your doctor and talk about the results so you can be treated accordingly.
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Anonymous answered

my blood work came back with low chloride but my MO# were high and my alkaline phosphatase were high what could be going on

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