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... How can there be macrocytic anemia with high folate and high B12? ... (4 replies)
... L, MCV at 68.8 fL, Haematocrit at 0. ... (0 replies)
... is high MCV, and the periphial blood smear. ... (4 replies)

... If you have high B12 in the blood, and low B12 in the red blood cell, with an ever increasing MCV, is there any treatment to "jumpstart" the cells to start utilizing the B12? ... (0 replies)
... ought was reflux. Turns out he has bronciostasis which caused the cough. He went to a hematologist at my insistence and had several blood tests taking. He has high folic acid but he's taking folic acid supplements. But he has very normal b12 if not high. He also has high mcv. ... (1 replies)
... is due to a B12 deficiency. ... (10 replies)
... The MCV has been increasing over the past 10 years or so, from 93 to 95 to 96 over a period of several years and then up to 99 within a month of the last blood draw. ... (4 replies)
... Let's please keep this thread going! I'm sorry I don't have answers, but I'm in the same boat as you (low RBC count, high MCV, high folate, good B12). So far no doctor or message board or PubMed search has explained this phenomenon, nor even acknowledged that it exists! The few of us here are the first I've found with those lab parameters. I wonder if we have other traits... (10 replies)
... dL. The MCV is the average volume of an RBC. ... (2 replies)
... What's confusing me is my latest results, the one in which they checked my folate and B12 levels. When I took these tests I had eaten a large breakfast 2 hours before getting my blood drawn. ... (10 replies)
... i did, however, have an elevated MCV and MCH level. ... (5 replies)
... Sadly this is wht so many people go undiagnosed with B12 deficiency is the old way of thinking....... ... (14 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)
... An Increased MCV with an increased RDW could mean a B12 and or Folate Deficiency. ... (4 replies)
... from what I've researched a B12 deficiency does not sound fun at all. I'm sorry you're having frustrations with health as well. It's also strange that you've never taken a folate supplement. ... (10 replies)
... Doc can't figure out why my mch and mcv keep rising above normal. I have been tested for b12 and folate, both came back normal in the upper end. I do have problems with keeping my ferritin in the range my hematologist like to see it. ... (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)
... free, I appreciate it very much!! Isis, I heard that the B12 shots "sting" when they go in. Is that true? ... (57 replies)
... Macrocytic anemia can be caused by B12 or folate deficiency. ... (1 replies)
... Now if they had checked her "folate" that comes under folic acid and even if that's a good number you can still be B12 deficient.My old hematologist said there's so much folate in all foods now that it actually "masks" the B12... ... (34 replies)




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