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... Hi! I just got blood work done that shows MCV and MCH to be slightly elevated and calcium slightly low, but everything else in the normal ranges. I can't be anemic if my RBC is within normal levels, right? ... (1 replies)
... i did, however, have an elevated MCV and MCH level. ... (5 replies)
... and a Total Homocysteine test. These will be elevated when your body has a problem using B12 properly. ... (10 replies)

... Yes, an elevated MCV does indicate either a B12 or folic acid deficiency. At 430, that's sorta iffy. ... (1 replies)
... You are very lucky. You responded well to oral iron therapy. Yes, it all sounds right (and wonderful). As for the MCH, everything I've read is that it really doesn't mean much of anything. Ever since I have been taking iron supplementation and improving my iron, my MCH has also been elevated--each and every time. You are the first person I've run across who has the same... (1 replies)
... my husbands blood test results for annual physical came today and the mch was very high--326.0pg (norm 27-33) also hemocrit was a little high--50.8 (norm 42-49) and hemoglobin was 17.5 (norm 13.5-17.1)and his tri-glycerides are very high at 440. there was also a notation that alt was slightly elevated at 67 (norm11-66)......any idea what this could mean?--any info... (4 replies)
... Normal RBC count, normal hematocrit level but low MCV, MCH, MCHC, and hemoglobin levels. WBC sometimes shows up as normal, or slightly elevated on recent blood tests, and platelets normal. My serum ferritin is 96 which is well within normal. ... (0 replies)
... mt MCH is 28. ... (4 replies)
... Hello :wave: herekittykitty--I love your name, it makes me want to start calling cats:D LOL! From your labs they do point to iron deficiency anemia, why, is what you want to find out. You are considered moderately anemic almost, mild. Your MCV is not ~just low~ but severely low at 68. And....your are very iron deficient at a 2 ferritin which is considered no iron (under... (24 replies)
... MCV, MCH normal, RDW 15. ... (3 replies)
... MCV, MCH normal, RDW has been 15. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry for this being long. Just want to get as much info into this as possible. I was recently dx'd with low ferritin at 7 (10-291) and the dr has put me on 75 mg of iron a day. There's other things going on too, but not sure if they're contributing factors or not. From what little reading I've done on this, it seems like the whole chicken/egg thing. In Feb, they found... (4 replies)
... Your RBC is mildly low, and your mean corpuscular hemoglobin is low, and the elevated reticulocyte count says that your bone marrow is frantically producing more red blood cells to fill the gap. ... (2 replies)
... "MCHC is diminished ("hypochromic") in microcytic anemias, and normal ("normochromic") in macrocytic anemias (due to larger cell size, though the hemoglobin amount or MCH is high, the concentration remains normal). MCHC is elevated ("hyperchromic") in hereditary spherocytosis, sickle cell disease and homozygous hemoglobin C disease" Re your iron, B12 and folate levels, I'd... (1 replies)
... low white blood cells, low platalets, elevated liver function tests etc etc. ... (2 replies)
... Any time your MCV and MCH are elevated along with B12 being anywhere near a low, It's a B12 deficiency, as much as My Dr. has treated me this way. ... (4 replies)


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