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... Your numbers are off!! I can't believe your doc thinks this is acceptable. something is going on! ... (1 replies)
Ferritin level
Jun 5, 2009
... mch is low at 23. ... (7 replies)
... Ferritin is the iron stores in the organs and bone marrow. You should request that your doctor test you to see if yours is low or being lowered, if anything it is a good number to know for future reference. ... (4 replies)

... I found this information for you. HGB is hemoglobin and there should be a reference range given as to what is normal. ... (2 replies)
... twice a day for two months. My doctor now recommends 365 mg prescription ferrous sulfate 3 times a day! That seems huge to me. Is anyone else taking such a large amount? ... (0 replies)
... nd 3 Proferrin for 8 weeks now. Actually I've been taking 300mg elemental a day for the last two weeks, but it took some time to work up to these levels so 250mg is about average. I wonder if these results are about typical? ... (1 replies)
... this is already high! ... (3 replies)
... row, results, below. She says I have thrombocitosis and leukocytes and she wants to do a bone marrow biopsy. I am in shock and argue the point. Hemo says my TSH is 0 so she reduced my synthroid my 25 MCG and wants me back in six weeks. If nothing has changed she will do BMB and test for leukemia. ... (1 replies)
... new here and would like some help figuring out a situation I have had for a while. I have always been 'anemic'. Whenever, I get labs done my hgb, hct, MCV, MHC, MCHC are always low. And in order to deal with my anemia I always supplemented with iron. ... (0 replies)
... What I'm wondering is what are some important pointed questions that I should ask my PCP when I see him on Monday. Does this seem like anemia or iron deficiency... ... (10 replies)
Pernicious Anemia?
Sep 15, 2005
... Mine was high too, indicating B12 or folate def., so docs checked those and they were normal. B12 was "high", but symptoms continued and I got worse. ... (9 replies)
... from what I've read. So I don't know what that means. The same with my platelets, which are 406, the high end of normal. And my RBC are 4.22, normal, which confuses me. From what I've read online, shouldn't my RBC correlate to my low hgb, hematocrit, MCV, and MCHC? ... (0 replies)
... I'm worried that because my RBC is higher and my RDW is super high.... ... (0 replies)
... Stacy--Your labs look really good. Optimal are the numbers that you want to shoot for and you are there! Congrats! Now, you have the ferritin to replete and continue building your B-12 and that takes time. Let me know how the vinegar works out for you without PPI's. Good luck to you. Hope that you are feeling better. FLFLOWERGIRL:) (4 replies)
... Last year, I had a total of 8 IV iron infusions to deal with my iron deficiency anemia. I think more is going on than just anemia here and have not gone back to the hematologist simply because after all of the infusions, nothing improved. ... (0 replies)
... I have just received my results back, all seems ok. Although there was something that I noticed. My MCHC seemed a little high. ... (0 replies)
... It says it is normal range. Thank you!! ... (4 replies)
... On the second test, the RDW has gone up. Is this just a result of increased blood cell production? ... (2 replies)
... reactive protein again an indicator for inflammation, most rheumatoids, lupus sufferes have high readings when having a flare up. ... (10 replies)
New test results
Aug 1, 2008
... was 0.30, is now 0. ... (4 replies)

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