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Anemia
May 30, 2017
... Hello ) I am new. This is a wonderful platform and I was hoping you could advice, please, as to how I can treat my mild anemia. Here are my recent results: Hemoglobin 132 g/l ( 135-175) MCV 80.9 fl (82-98) MCH 26.8 pg (28-34) WBC 6,0 (4.0-10.0) Hematocrit 0.4 ( 0.4-0.5) (2 replies)
Anemia in a man
Nov 10, 2016
... A little over a month ago, my husband got the following blood test results (sorry there are so many of them, I wanted to give a complete picture). His doctor told him he was anemic and needed further testing. WBC 4.3 k/mcL 4.8-10.8 RBC 4.83 Mil/mcL 4.70-6.10 Hgb 13.3 gm/dL 14.0-18.0 Hct 39.6 % ... (1 replies)
Hemolytic Anemia
May 23, 2016
... Can you have hemolytic anemia and have normal CBC levels? ... (0 replies)

Hemolytic Anemia
May 23, 2016
... Can you have hemolytic anemia and have normal CBC levels? ... (0 replies)
... Hey all. Last year I was feeling really tired all the time and the doc figured out I was anemic. I went to a hematologist who did two iron infusions in probably October or September last year. My question is that right NOW I have a high reticulocyte count, high platelets, high WBC, high ferritin. And some other tests are a bit off too. Could the iron infusion from a YEAR ago... (3 replies)
... My levels are as follows: TIBC: 459 normal (250-450 UIBC: 447 normal (150-375) IRON SERUM: 10 normal (35-155) IRON SATURATION: 3% normal (15-55%) FERRITIN SERUM: 5 normal (15-150) VITAMIN B12: 209 normal (211-946) WBC: 5.8 normal (3.4-10.8) RBC: 4.14 normal ( 3.77-5.28) HEMOGLOBIN: 7 normal (11.1-15.9) (1 replies)
FMLA and anemia
Jun 2, 2015
... Hi Nancy - just wishing you support in this. I will be interested to see the response on this. I have recently considered taking some intermittent FMLA myself due to exhaustion. I am a wife/mother and have full-time job. Feel like I could easily take a nap on my work desk each day about 2:00 ;) WBC 2.8 L RBC 3.54 L Hemoglobin 7.2 L Hematocrit 26.0 L MCV 73 L... (3 replies)
... Hi, I have had chronic anemia for a few years now always thought to be from heavy menstrual cycle. ... (1 replies)
... and your level could be low. Inflammation such as that occurring in autoimmune diseases can cause high wbc and anemia. That may be worth looking into. Hematology doc could do that. ... (14 replies)
... The doctor seem to think more than just iron is involved since my kidney function has been up and down and now the WBC count. What could cause both red blood cell and white blood cell stuff? ... (14 replies)
... my GI doctor ordered these and the WBC stuff seems to be on a different scale than my Campus Health Lab. Anemia was about the same but there was also some White Blood Cell stuff this time. ... (14 replies)
... My 1 year old son was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia at his 12 mo dr appt. ... (0 replies)
... What kind of anemia does this look like? ... (14 replies)
... My total iron is a 16 and my ferritin is a 7,my wbc go up and down. In some cases depending on the type and cause of anemia it can drag the wbc down. My ana was negative. I would get yours tested again. ... (4 replies)
... Anyway, I'm a 20 year old female who has been struggling with anemia since around age 18. ... (0 replies)
Possible anemia?
Oct 30, 2013
... I just had my blood tests and received a letter from dr saying possible anemia but thats it. ... (9 replies)
... First, I don't have periods because I'm male, LOL. Believe me, a male who has anemia really sets off alarm bells for a doctor. They've been very concerned... ... (8 replies)
... Usually runners do not, but that can be a source of anemia too. It is possible to have celiac disease without any symptoms other than anemia. ... (8 replies)
... All my blood work was normal apart from the indices related to iron deficiency. Ferritin was low, indicating iron deficiency and not anemia of chronic disease. Bone marrow is producing a normal amount of red blood cells. I have not recently donated or lost substantial quantities of blood. ... (8 replies)
... It is important to determine what kind of anemia you have. It could be from something other than iron deficiency. Did your Dr measure your iron, ferritin, Vit B12 and folate levels? ... (6 replies)


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