Spreadsheet Template for Longitudinal Blood Work tracking

Does anyone have a template they can recommend for tracking bloodwork?

I found this online: Keeping Track of Lab Results - CLL Society

But thought I would check with the group before adapting it.

My interest is in recording and graphing bloodwork. I have a separate spreadsheet for tracking Morgan Levine Scores.

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Good find - thanks for sharing.

Right now I only track the blood work measures used in the Levine Phenotypic Age calculations - as provided in this spreadsheet (attached to this post):

Direct link to download from Nick Engerer’s website (Longevity Blog):

https://nicholas-engerer.squarespace.com/s/DNAmPhenoAge_gen.xls

Details:

DNAmPhenoAge_gen.xls (31.5 KB)

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I track my blood work by having my doctor specify Quest Diagnostics and I also select Quest when I use “https://www.walkinlab.com/” for my self-prescribed tests.

Much easier for me than keeping a spreadsheet.

Quest provides three different ways to look at your results. Here is an example of mine:

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I love this but my doctors use LabCorp and other non Quest labs. I am officially jealous!