Yes, they did take blood in A&E. It was fed back to me that there was no issue with glucose, at that point, either in my urine or bloods (although I had been in pain for some time and hadn't eaten for at least 12 hrs previously). No-one commented on liver function so I'm not sure if that was screened or not. Forwarding letter to GP didn't make any comment on liver tests.
Thank you for this. My GP had said she would normally expect to see these sort of liver test results in a chronic, heavy drinker which (as someone who drinks very little alcohol), alarmed me.
Would you comment on the elevated renal function result I mentioned (serum c reactive protein level HI 8.2 mg/L.) My GP said that my kidney infection was now clear and all the other renal function tests are normal, so what is the significance of this reading which I'm told is high?