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The CBC looks like you probably have a mild iron deficiency anemia (low hemoglobin and hematocrit, low MCV, high RDW).
It's also quite common for the blood urea nitrogen and creatinine to be low during pregnancy - this is mostly due to increased blood flow to your kidneys (those numbers are usually only concerning when they are high). The glucose I wouldn't be worried about because you're weren't fasting (even if you were fasting, that value wouldn't be extremely worrisome, since a diagnosis of diabetes requires a fasting glucose of at least 126 on two separate occasions).
Not sure about the differential or the albumin and A/G ratio, but they don't seem too far off from the reference ranges.
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