Th A/G ratio is the ratio between albumin (the main protein in blood) and immunoglobulins (also proteins.) The A/G ratio being low relates to the globulin level being high.
The higher than normal globulin level is by itself nonspecific and may fluctuate with time. This can result from a lymphoma as the more concerning potential but it may be caused by your immune system currently being very active.
The osmolality is the realtive amount of solids dissolved in the blood as compared to fluid.
The high neutrophils and low lymphocytes are consistent with your currently fighting a bacterial type infection.
The pattern would be the reverse in a viral infection.
The low ferritin relates to your iron stores which are low... Folate is a nutrient and magnesium is an electrolyte..
You can add folate or B-complex to your current supplements to benefit these deficiencies..
The abnormalities that you had on your blood work should correct as the infection has time to clear (and probably has the benefit of antibiotic treatment) and you have time to correct the nutritional deficiencies...
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