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CBC numbers
Sep 16, 2008
... Ok, what about unusual and spontaneous bruising and petechiae with bruises that never really fade away (shadows left in skin), 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. Got any ideas on that one because no one else... (4 replies)
Any ideas???
Aug 8, 2008
... Can anyone help me interpret these numbers? WBC 7.9 (4.8 - 10.8) RBC 4.67 (4.20 - 5.40) MCH 31.5H (27.0 - 31.0) RDW 15.2H (11.5 - 14.5) Neuts 75.4H (42.2 - 75.2) Lymphs 19.4L (20.5 - 51.1) Bilirubin 1.6H(0.2 - 1.2) Iron and TIBC: (12 replies)
CBC numbers
May 16, 2008
... anemia work ups are fun and for the most part relatively straight forward ... in your case you hemoglobin/hematocrit, which are relative measures to determine if your anemic are both low, so by definition you are anemic next you want to look at your MCV(mean corpuscular volume - red cell volume), your's is low, so by definition you have a microcytic anemia you then... (4 replies)

... My numbers are below. I am waiting for the result of my ferritin and other iron test. From what I've read, to have iron or B12 deficiency, my MCV and MCH should be either higher or lower. ... (1 replies)
Thrilled!
Oct 4, 2007
... FYI, I read that the MCH is Mean Corpuscular HGB. It gives the average weight of HGB in RBC's. Decreased MCH is associated with microcytic anemia, the optimal is 30. ... (16 replies)
What do I do?
Apr 27, 2007
... Symptoms: anemia - anemia means a reduced number of red blood cells in the blood and is revealed on screening blood work as a reduced number of red blood cells (reduced RBC count and/or reduced hematocrit) In this type of anemia, the red blood cells are often microcytic (meaning the cells are smaller, which shows on bloodwork as a reduced "MCV") and/or hypo chromic... (8 replies)
... I had a blood test done last week, and the results are a bit puzzling: Iron: 30 (28-170) TIBC: 513 (261-478) H % Sat: 6 (20-55) L Ferritin: 6 (10-300) L Hgb: 10.7 (12-16) L Hct: 32.8 (35-47) L Platelets: 182 (140-400) RBC: 3.8 (4.0-5.2) L (5 replies)
... I know these are all "in range" except for MCH but I feel so crappy. Anyone else had results close to this that got treatment and feels better? ... (1 replies)
... I had labs done this week for Restless leg syndrome . My CBC came back very abnormal. I have no symptoms . My doc told me to start iron three times a day. I'm concerned about what is causing this. Here are the labs. Any others experienced similar results ? rified Results CBC (Includes DIFF/PLT) * 15Jun2016 11:55AM CRITICAL H+ H CALLED TO BECCA AT 6:30PM ON 6-15-16... (0 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. The hematologist was concerned about how bad I looked. She ordered a bone marrow biopsy and a whole lot of... (15 replies)
... Wow - I think I've found my twin. My lab results are very similar to yours and I have the same symptoms as you, so I'm looking forward to seeing a reply regarding the possible causes of low RBC, low WBC, low hemoglobin, low hematacrit - yet iron, B12, ferritin, folate, transferrin levels all are normal (never heard of most of this stuff). I was also checked for Celiac and... (3 replies)
... This is really weird...I'm new to this so bare with me please. My symptoms are : fatigue, pain, tingling fingers, dizziness, irritability, ice cravings, and no period. (I bled for years without a cause- then got a D & C and it took care of that) Ok, so here are my numbers: RBC 3.40 LOW (4.20-5.50) HGB 7.7 LOW (13-16) HCT 24.8 LOW... (0 replies)
... Without wanting to get in the way of your doctor (and while emphasizing that I am not YOUR doctor), this is anemia. Conventionally, doctors are told that blood counts are among the first things to suffer in iron deficiency, but there's accumulating evidence that blood counts are the last thing that shows signs of iron deficiency. The body works really hard to keep red blood... (2 replies)
... So I guess, most notably, my RBC is a little low and my reticulocytes is higher than it should be. Could this even still be anemia? ... (2 replies)
... From my understanding a normal RBC for Women is 4.2 to 5. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I am a 20 yr old female who is extremely confused about the cause of my hypochromic microcytic anemia and the test results I have gotten back thus far, I am hoping someone has had a similar experience and can help. I am very petite (5'2" under 105 lbs) and in otherwise very good health and in good shape. I found out over the weekend that I am severely anemic. My Hgb... (0 replies)
... I am concerned that my RBC was just on the end of normal. ... (2 replies)
... If I was simply in need of iron, wouldn't my RBC and RDW also be low? ... (1 replies)
... MCV, MCH normal, RDW 15. ... (3 replies)
Mcv question
Aug 23, 2009
... doxielove--Welcome to the boards! :wave: That is a good question, I can explain a little perhaps. Ranges are just that and nothing more. Not all people will fit into these ranges and this is the way it is for some. Doesn't necessarily mean something is abnormal. However, it could mean many different things for individuals. As far as the MCV goes the Normal Adult... (2 replies)


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