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... So I fell off the iron wagon about 4 months ago and recently started getting symptoms of high pulse, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, loss of stamina, etc. ... (3 replies)
... You may not be iron anemia but you have something going on and would suspect it has something to do with B12 as yours is low your MCV is a little high to did they not look at that as are RBC and WBC? ... (12 replies)
... dL. The MCV is the average volume of an RBC. ... (2 replies)

... I think it's a normal thing. When I was anemic and as my lab reflected it was a long, long process getting to that point, my RBC's were consistently normal values. However, my Hgb was 8.5 and my ferritin a 2, so I would say it is normal. That has been my personal experience. Now, when there is a simple iron deficiency anemia present, your labs with look like this: CBC... (12 replies)
... and rbc. I asked my rheumatologist to measure my retic to see if I'm making enough....nope. When my RBC count us abnormally low, so is my retic count. I was sent to a hematologist because my neutrophils dropped to 890, for further investigation. ... (1 replies)
... My labs looked like yours other than the WBC counts. My WBC was actually high and they flagged that for a while and it too returned to normal. Try not to stress and know that we are here for your support even if it is just to chat. ... (3 replies)
... In the past 10 years, I have always a high RBC (6.76 X10E12/L) (normal value 3.5-5.8 X10E12/L) but HGB is always normal, 141 g/L (normal value 105-160 g/L). The doctor once suspected Thalassemia but the analysis could not confirm it. Now the doctor has no any idea to suggest. I was wondering if anyone of you has a similar abnormal values. Derived from these RBC and HGB values... (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)
... Maybe my original post was too long. Here are the main details of the situation. Can anyone lend some helpful information? Here are some of the things I've been told: -iron deficiency anemia (since age 12 currently 33) -began period at 12 (very irregular) -every 2weeks about 6 days, very heavy -Put on BC at 17 -Stopped BC at 22 -Body would not produce period on its... (1 replies)
... I have been giving blood regularly at the Red Cross, and the last time I went in to give whole blood, the nurse was surprised at how high my hematocrit was, and asked if I had a family history of hemochromotosis. ... (2 replies)
... and mine are 102. Larger than normal MCV can indicate macrocytic anemia, specifically pernicious anemia with a B12 deficiency. From my understanding that should be treated asap! ... (10 replies)
... H There I agree with flowergirl spot on there....... Your B12 is way too low if though it is in the so called normal range in Japan antything below 550 is treated.... You can low iron and B12 as well also do you know your RBC, MCV & WC some people who have B12 defeciency have high MCV What sort of symptoms have you been experiencing? As flowergirl suggested ask your... (12 replies)
Abnormal CBC
Jun 2, 2014
... Hi everyone. Got a call from my doctor today saying my CBC from my routine physical was not normal. Basically: RBC = high WBC = high Platelets = high RDW = high Hematocrit= low MCV = low MCH = low MCHC = low Hemoglobin and all the subtypes of WBC were normal. (0 replies)
... suppression or high if active infection. I guess if the counts get too low, a blood transfusion or steroids? ... (10 replies)
... That high MCV,low RBC and low vitamin D makes me think there is definitely something not right.Your ferritin isn't that great either.Just curious about the low Vit.D...I know Vit. ... (7 replies)
... Could it be anemia? I did a blood test through a private lab and everything but the RDW was normal. I have an appointment with my doctor but it is a little ways off and I would like to go into it prepared with questions/some info, so your thoughts would be appreciated. Lab results: WBC 7.9 (4-10.5 normal) RBC 4.78 (3.8 to 5.1 normal) Hemoglobin 13.1 (11.5 - 15 normal)... (2 replies)
... Hello, I am new to the group, I have had anemia for 10+ years and take a gentle iron to treat it. All of my numbers were good on my last lab (good iron, ferritin, RBC, hemoglobin, hematocrit, MCV, MCH, etc ).... all good in range. My Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concent. was 35.4 (range 31.-35) and my RDW Coefficient was low 10.7 (11.-16). Do these numbers mean anything... (0 replies)
... I was told I had Moderate Microcytic Anemia Can anyone share their stories with be about Low Iron symptoms.... here are my numbers from Late august 2011 CBC: RBC 4.68 (3.80-5.10)normal ranges WBC 6.5 (4.0-10.5)normal ranges Hemoglobin 9.3Low ((11.5 -15.0)normal ranges Hematocrit 32.9Low (34 -44) normal ranges MCV 70Low (80-98)normal ranges MCH 19.9Low... (10 replies)
... I came out of surgery with a low red count and was pretty anemic. Hematacrit, Hemoglobin, and RBC were all really low. ... (2 replies)
... here are my recent lab results. mine normal range wbc - 5.2 4-10.8 rbc - 5.5 4-6.2 hgb - 17.0 12.8-17.8 hct - 50.4 38.4-53.4 mcv - 91.4 82.3-97.8 mch - 30.9 27.1-33 mchc- 33.8 32.1-36 (2 replies)


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