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... I just had new blood work completed and it shows low retic count, low RBC, and a few others.... ... (1 replies)
... versus a human actually counting the red blood cells. Anyway, a low RBC is one indicator of anemia. They don't usually declare you anemic, though, unless your RBCs are low along with your hematocrit and hemoglobin. ... (1 replies)
... Both doctors are saying what is correct. The ferritin level is ok. It is stored iron. That means you have an adequate supply and you really don't want to mess with that. When the stores get high that is another disease you do not want. ... (1 replies)

... I was told by an endocrinologist that I am a little anemic due to the fact that my RBC was 3. ... (1 replies)
... Autoimmune disease can cause low RBCs, WBCs, and platelets. Usually when RBC is low, retic count is high, so your bone marrow production appears sluggish. ... (1 replies)
Red Blood Count
Apr 1, 2004
... talk to your doctor about test results. So many people just smile and nod as though they understand, and then panic after the fact because they don't understand what if anything is wrong with them. ... (3 replies)
What do they mean?
Sep 18, 2004
... These are your hemoglobin and hematocrit. They are on the low side of normal for women. ... (2 replies)
... tive. I have been referred to a gastro specialist who I saw and now have scheduled a colonoscopy and endoscopy. I have not been taken off the ferrous sulfate. So what can I expect from the tests? ... (12 replies)
... Due to fluctuating RBC levels, my doctor wants numerous blood work done one me. Currently my RBC is at 3.27. In August the hemoglobin dropped from 11.2 to 10.9 in two weeks. Since then it has returned to 11.3. The hematocrit is at 31. ... (1 replies)
Mvc
Apr 2, 2012
... If you're asking what could cause low MCV (not MVC) levels, then the answer is found in your following statement: "I have chronic low Hgb, and low iron storages, and ferritin levels," though low Hgb/iron/ferritin are not the only cause. Low MCV means your red blood cells are smaller in size than normal (microcytic). It's not unusual (rather, it's common) for RBC's to be... (2 replies)
... I recently had blood tests at the VA and I have low Ferrit 8 and RBC is normal 4.83. I have an annual exam on June 3. I do feel tired and walking a distance is an effort. ... (12 replies)
... Hct are below range, you didn't give these values. A lowered ferritin means low iron stores and you might eventually become anemic. ... (12 replies)
... I am a male and am on lamisil. When I had my blood checked for the lamisil, they found that I was low on iron in my blood. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your problems. I have a question to ask regarding your numbers. What part of your blood count was 6.00? ... (21 replies)
... and we can see what's up, if you like. Again, I would want to know exactly what the labs read because like I said earlier in a previous post that you can be told anything. It's easy to read the results and know. ... (2 replies)
... am worse this time than I have been in the past.I can barely get out of bed. My husband is very unsupportive he says that I should just make myself get up and do what needs to be done. It is nice to find a place that understands what I am going through. ... (4 replies)
What do I do?
Apr 27, 2007
... Symptoms: anemia - anemia means a reduced number of red blood cells in the blood and is revealed on screening blood work as a reduced number of red blood cells (reduced RBC count and/or reduced hematocrit) In this type of anemia, the red blood cells are often microcytic (meaning the cells are smaller, which shows on bloodwork as a reduced "MCV") and/or hypo chromic... (8 replies)
... I don't know what to think about those tests and what you were told. ... (3 replies)
... H and RBC count go below range you are considered anemic. Ferritin stores are more telling of iron stats in the bone marrow and organs. ... (9 replies)
... I was told at one point I had IBS and many other things as well until they found I had celiac disease which means you can not eat gluten it cause a lot ofthe deficiencies mentioned including iron.....If you have had this since you were young it can mess up the hormones too.. ... (9 replies)




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