Only your doctor can look at your score and explain how it specifically relates to your medical and health condition. I provide information here for you to understand your score better and what it means but I urge everyone to discuss any concerns with your doctor. It is worth making another appointment with the doctor to discuss your scores. What happens a lot with me is that my doctor sees me, then orders tests and then I get the results either online or through a call with the nurse. Often they just say "everything looks ok" or "you need to work a bit on..." If you have concerns about the tests, you need to research as much as you can, write your questions down, and then make an appointment to talk with your doctor. Often the nurse who sees you first will ask you what questions you have. You can hand the nurse your list of questions, and that might help you get better answers (maybe make two copies, one for the doctor and one for you). The second idea is that you might be able to contact the doctor by email or through your online medical portal.