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... fig177--I can speak to the anemia related portion of your labs. No, I am not a doctor, (only in my home:)), but I have 2 years of experience with anemia/low ferritin and would be glad to share some of my own experience if it would be helpful to you. Regarding your Hgb-L normal, Hct-L normal and RBC's (RBC's look good), you are NOT considered to be anemic at this point. ... (4 replies)
What do they mean?
Sep 18, 2004
... MCH means mean cell hemoglobin, and this basically shows up to the lab technologist as the deepness of the red color of the cells. Your MCH is also lower than normal, and this means your cells would appear a good bit lighter than most folks'. ... (2 replies)
... Hematocrit to 45.5, RBC at 5. ... (0 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've had iron deficient anemia for years, I take 260mg of iron a day via vitamins. What I don't understand is how I could be anemic without my actual RBC being low? ... (0 replies)
... these are about a month old i get new one thursday, an will post those also... i know what the HGB is and the RBC but i have no idea on the rest... thanks for any help understanding these... ... (0 replies)
... MCV, MCH normal, RDW has been 15. ... (5 replies)
... It seems like my RBC count is on the low side, as is the ferritin. The weird thing is that my hgb and hct are very normal, and now the MCV high. ... (3 replies)
... My hematologist had to send my blood work off for further study because he said my red blood cells are shaped abnormally and I may have inherited a blood disorder, but he didn't want to conclude anything without further evaluation. I went to him because my WBC is always high and I have severe iron deficiency. He said my iron was ok for that day and until he got the results... (5 replies)
... Ok,so after some frustration,I decided to post here in case someone could help me.I hadn't been to the doctors in years and finally got one,who I thought could help me,but she said some things to me that made me realize she's not a very...um..in depth doctor?She's fairly nice,but I know more about some things than she does somehow.And now I feel like I can't talk to her... (0 replies)
... I would definitely get your iron and ferritin levels checked. You could be iron deficient and have those symptoms and not be anemic. (4 replies)
... MCV MCH is not a problem. ... (4 replies)
... RBC-7.03 high HGB-14.4 normal HCT-44 normal MCV-62.6 very low MCH-20.5 low RDW 18.8 very high I'm honestly confused by the data above. I feel the symptoms of anemia despite my erythrocyt is high. Normal hemoglobin and hematocrit. Although low (1 replies)
... HGB and low Mcv, Mch and Mchc. My youngest is 2 and is still breastfeeding. I had a colonoscopy last summer because my cbc showed a MCV of 79 but everything was normal. ... (1 replies)
... yeah, my CBC was not much worse than yours when I was tested (except for MCV which was too low)and I developed symptoms a couple of months before the test so at that time -when symptoms started- the CBC data could have been even better. MCH is another piece of data about RBC's (mean cell hemoglobin i.e. on average how much hemoglobin is in a cell), but I guess that was in... (19 replies)
... I'm not sure what the MCH is? ... (19 replies)
... I got my results back recently. The testing was done as ENT couldn't figure out why I'm having lump in throat issues. He thought it was reflux and gave me a PPI which was useless basically. Anyway, so now we're one step in a concrete direction finally and I can hopefully figure out what to do next and find a more helpful doctor. Results seems somewhat normal (I'm only... (3 replies)
... My dr. emailed me all my blood results and said everything was normal. MY RBC is slightly low and my MCH is slightly elevated. What coudl this mean? ... (3 replies)
... HI There My recommendation for you would be to have some other tests they are; uMMA Homocysteine (these 2 will be elevated with a B12 defeiciency) It may also be worth having intrinsic factor antibodies,partiel cell antibodies, gstrin,ana....As your MCV is high this will look for Pernacious Anemia Megablastic anemia this will not enable any B12 to be absorbed.... I... (12 replies)
... It is said that I may have methylation issues. I also have very high normal MCV and MCH which can also indicate an isue with folate and B12 metabolism. Is that true? ... (12 replies)


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