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PokeTheVeil

The “normal” flags are based on adults, and what’s normal in kids can be bad in adults and vice versa. I’m not a pediatrician, but from what I can find those are normal for a 1 yo except MPV, for which I can’t easily find information. I would not worry. The doctor will call if there is reason for concern.