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... what is the cause of enlarged red blood cells (1 replies)
... The most common of enlarged red blood cells is Macrocytosis, it isn't a specific disease but may tell you that you have an underlying problem. ... (1 replies)
... All of my other blood markers looked good. ... (1 replies)

... Enlarged red blood cells is called Macrocytosis, Ive done alot of research, because I have this also. It can be caused by a number of things, Liver disease, thyroid disease also vitamin b12 defiency. The most common cause is drinking too much alcohol. ... (2 replies)
... There a number of conditions and combinations of conditions that could cause these results. It would be impossible to diagnose without complete results of bloodwork and a clinical history. ... (1 replies)
... What is the cause of this? ... (5 replies)
... Further evaluation and testing would determine the exact cause for this abnormality in CBC, and dicatate the type of treatment. ... (2 replies)
... I too have enlarged blood cells, it is called Macrocytosis, look it up on the internet there is alot of information. from what i know it can be caused by liver,thyroid or vitamin defiences, also alcohol is a very common cause. ... (4 replies)
... for the first time received a diagnosis for an unusual set of symptoms that may be of interest to many anemic individuals diagnosed with autoimmune disorders. ... (0 replies)
... way, after all that reading I do believe that Hemolytic Anemia can exist with no other problem or underlying condition. Children who develop it usually grow out of it. Also, many people who develop this or the related problem...thrombocytopenia, have splenectomy and go on with no further problems. ... (112 replies)
... I'm 33 years old and believe I have had one of the types of polycythemia for well over two years. ... (5 replies)
... s in my legs and we caught them before they progresses to my lungs or heart. My platelet levels at their highest were around 1.5 million and climbing. My white blood cells were elevated as well and I had a slightly high red count. They thought I had CML, but I do not. ... (13 replies)




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