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... My bloodwork shows my red cell count as 3.89 and the NORM is 4.0 to 5.1.... ... (0 replies)
... my mean cell volume is high why (1 replies)
What do they mean?
Sep 18, 2004
... That's your white blood cell count. Has nothing to do with anemia. ... (2 replies)

... Shirleymonks--Welcome to the boards! :wave: Macrocytosis, means enlarged red blood cells= High MCV. Common causes of macrocytosis are as follows: Vitamin B-12 deficiency and/or Folate deficiency Liver disease and Alcoholism Further evaluation and testing would determine the exact cause for this abnormality in CBC/FBC, and dicatate the type of treatment. (1 replies)
... reactive protein again an indicator for inflammation, most rheumatoids, lupus sufferes have high readings when having a flare up. ... (10 replies)
... Actually the value that you need to monitor is the Mean Cell Volume and the Hematocrit. The values you quoted are in the range given. However some anemias are expressed by high values in some areas and low values in others. ... (1 replies)
CBC numbers
Sep 16, 2008
... low MCV, huge platelets which have always been high but are starting to decline otherwise indices are fairly nml, always slightly elevated LD, and hist of breast CA treated with arithromycin and cytoxan. ... (4 replies)
... Hi there, Hoping you kind people can help with my blood test interpretation... I've been feeling unwell for over a year - tired all the time, struggle with physical activity, brain fog, can't concentrate, weakness, legs / muscles aching. My doctor tells me that my blood test results are very good, but I'm not sure I agree. From what I can gather, my haematocrit & RBC... (1 replies)
... I found this information for you. HGB is hemoglobin and there should be a reference range given as to what is normal. MCV, MCH, MCHC, and RDW are measurements or calculations related to red blood cells (RBCs) Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) is a measurement of the average size of your RBCs. The MCV is elevated when your RBCs are larger than normal, for example in anemia... (2 replies)
... also called microcytic anemia. B12 and folate deficiency will cause large red cells and a high MCV. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)




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