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... H and RBC determines IF you are anemic. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you very much, Florida Flower Girl:angel: (3 replies)
... ns 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. The Red Blood Cell count is by itself no indicator of anemia. The Hemaglobin is the official designator of how much functional iron you have in your system. ... (1 replies)

... and my RBC has been between 3. ... (0 replies)
... Your MCV,MCH and RBC are very similar to mine. I am having more bloodwork done this week. My Dr. has checked me for a B12 deficiency and low folic acid. Now she is even sending me for a colonoscopy, and checking feritin among other things. ... (1 replies)
... My RBC are also low, but it's pretty consistent over time. ... (1 replies)
... her ferritin and RBC count dropped so she became anemic. She was lucky and caught it sooner than later by chance. ... (5 replies)
... I have had a doc monitoring my ferritin levels for the last year as they were very low, about 8 when we started. I've been taking iron suppliments and the ferritin levels have slowed creeped up and reached 53. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks to all for the detailed information. ... (21 replies)
Low Ferritin
Feb 26, 2007
... Oh, you're definitely anemic. I'm just surprised that your RBC count is normal. It usually lines up with the other two tests. Just out of curiosity, what is your MCV value? ... (49 replies)
Hello, new here
Nov 12, 2008
... of 2 means you have no iron left in storage to hold your Hgb up to the normal range. However, you have fixed this by now if you have been on a good dose of iron for 4 months as you said. ... (28 replies)
... It looks like the Celiac is your culprit for sure. At least this makes it a little easier to DX. I cannot imagine having to go gluten free, I am very sorry for you. I was very thankful that I did not test positive for this one. But as it has been pointed out it can cause major health problems if you don't. ... (4 replies)
... First of all thanks so much for replying. ... (4 replies)
... I have been feeling very run down and exhausted. The doc that is treating me for my thyroid wanted me to see a hematologist for what he referred to as suboptimal ferritin levels. My thyroid numbers have been up and down over the years. My ferritin is always low. ... (15 replies)
... hematocrit, hemoglobin and RBC count. If two out of three of these tests are below the normal range, you will be told you have anemia. ... (2 replies)
Not sure
Jun 10, 2009
... H and RBC's is below normal range then you are considered anemic, according to what I know. I am no doctor however. I would suggest another follow up EKG and heart echo for good measure. ... (2 replies)
... You have to remember that those ranges that are given are taken from the general population, and they're averages. Your father is not typical for the population as he is older, and the numbers that you are seeing are really not THAT low. ... (2 replies)
... I have a question concerning my 74 year old father. Lately I've been noticing some abnormally low numbers on his lab reports. For instance, his latest RBC count is 3.66, with the reference range being 4. ... (2 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)
... poorly for my GI tract. ... (7 replies)




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