I'm going to the rhemotogist. He will appropriate my blood to check if the medication is decisive.?

Will he automatically check my liver functioning?


Answers:    No, not necessarily. I don't know what you're being treated for and which agent the rheumatologist is using. The blood exam may simply determine the serum level of the drug, it may be a exam to see if there is a fall off in inflammatory marker, or a host of other things. A liver function test may not be indicated depending on which agent the physician is using.

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