Thank you for the additional information.
Both of these labs are only mildly elevated, and about 2% of normal people may have a mildly elevated lab result. However, there should be several considerations with these lab results.
An elevated potassium can be due to kidney disease, but it is also frequently increased because of medicines, and ramipril is one of the medicines that can cause an increase in potassium. Less commonly, it can be due to certain hormone problems, such as adrenal disease, conditions in which cells are rapidly broken down, or if there is significant increased intake.
When the haematocrit is mildly elevated when other measures of red blood cells are normal, this is usually not a problem. However, an elevated haematocrit can occur from many different conditions that can cause mild dehydration. It also can occur in response to any chronic medical condition that decreases oxygen level, such as chronic lung
disease. If none of these diseases are present, then this is likely not a serious issue.
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