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... Anisocytosis means that your red blood cells are unequal in size. In most cases there will be a few undersized or oversized blood cells and this is normal. When they note a number such as +2 anisocytosis, this means that there are unusually large numbers of this condition and that sometimes is flagged regarding a blood disease. It could be from anemia, bone marrow failure, or... (3 replies)
... I've been going over lab results from end of May. There wasnt a reticulocyte count done....but there is a RDW count of 18. ... (3 replies)
... on iron supplements, the pain in my legs went away. Recently the pain in my legs has creeped back up. I also had a full blood work up due to other issues and my RDW count was high, 16.3. No one called to tell me, I had to find out from the report I requested myself. ... (2 replies)

... A high reticulocyte count means that your body is simply creating lots of red blood cells to replace the ones you are losing. It is a way to compensate. ... (1 replies)
... an a week later I got another Cbc along with iron,reticycle count,ferritin etc...On this test it came back with low WBC,because of leukopenia..Hemoglobin 9.5,and rdw was again up..i also had a high reticyle count which I hear can be good and bad? ... (1 replies)
... The RDW being high just means your red blood cell size is less uniform than usual. ... (2 replies)
... you may be taking to much iron. What does your doctor say? I would think your doctor would lower your iron. You can get to much iron and it will cause your problems with your liver, heart, pancreas, skin, joints, and overies for woman, and testes for males, so if I were you I would ask my doctor to lower the iron I was taking. or at least find out why he hasn't done... (2 replies)
... In July I was diagnosed with severe iron deficiency anemia. My red count was 3.79, ferritin was 2, hemoglobin was 7. I had two units of packed red cells transfused, followed by colonoscopy, endoscopy, and capsule endoscopy. ... (2 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)
... First, I have a great physician but something is falling through the cracks when it is coming to communication with my anemia. I do have panic attacks and I feel he is trying to do rule outs so not to upset me. I am getting upset from the unknown. I do have a thyroid disease. For the last three months, I have had my blood work done. For the last two weeks, I have more... (9 replies)
... Thank you, Daisy. My actual iron count is fine, it's my red blood cell count that has gone from low to high, so I'm really confused. I see the doctor on Wednesday and hope to know more after that. ... (2 replies)
... you know a hemoglobin count of 12 is considered ok, but if it's falling, well, that spells trouble. If it's 12 and holding, ok, but you could be on the verge of being anemic. ... (4 replies)
... I was wondering if a person is prone towards a blood clotting disorder, as in "they clot" instead of not clot. if that may or may not effect a RDW count? ... (3 replies)
... How are you doing now? Are your numbers OK? I think mine are sort of lowish but no one has discussed anything with me. Could be because there are more pressing issues to think about. I don't have all the numbers, just some. What do you (and other posters) think of these numbers? ferritin 6 (20-300), cobalamin (B12) 336 (150-600), hematocrit 0.35 (range 0.35-0.45), WCB of 6.0... (9 replies)
... Hct are below normal range you are considered anemic. The RDW goes H with anemia. I have no other ideas on the rest of your labs, sorry, no expert here, just a recovering patient. ... (8 replies)
... Wow - you are an educated bunch. I hope you can help me, as my OB/GYN is in surgery all day today and was not available to interpret my labwork I got this a.m. SO..I've had years of heavy periods and this last one was the worst - I went to her and she took one look at me and said I was anemic. Brainfog, weak, white lips and inner eyelids, racing heart, ringing... (8 replies)
... This could be normal for after treatment of iron deficiency. But, only your doctor can tell you what it means for your case. (3 replies)
... The +2 anisocytosis would not be unusual during or following treatment for iron deficiency anemia then? (3 replies)
... Here are my lab results from this summer. Any advice as to what they mean or anything?? 4/29/07, WBC- 8.4 RBC- 4.35 HGB- 12.8 HCT- 37.8 MCV- 86.9 MCH- 29.5 MCHC- 34.0 (65 replies)
... Analyte Value Flag Reference Units Status Site WBC 16.3 H 3.6-9.2 X 103/uL Final RBC 5.17 4.38-5.58 X 106/uL Final Hemoglobin 11.2 L 13.7-17.3 g/dL Final Hematocrit 37.7 L 39.0-49.0 Percent Final MCV 72.9 L 80.0-96.0 fL Final MCH 21.7 L 28.0-33.5 pg Final MCHC 29.7 L 32.0-37.0 g/dL Final RDW 16.2 H 11.2-15.0 Percent Final PLATELET COUNT 425 H 140-400 X... (0 replies)




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