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Dec 3, 2011
... if you actually live in louisiana, i would "probably' think that that type of cold, say compared to us here in MN or any colder state would really have much to do with this. ... (2 replies)
... I gave you the wrong info about the INR. It is the opposite for the time. If it's below 2 it is clotting to fast and could cause a serious clot and if it's above 3 it is clotting to slow and could cause bleeding. Judy (4 replies)
... Heperpin is a very strong blood thinning agent and could have very well dissolved the clot or made it small enough to move it to some other location in the body. ... (4 replies)

... It means that your body produces too many red blood cells. ... (10 replies)
... I don't have any med insurance I went to my disability hearing and the metal detector went off every time he scans on my left side under my arm I researched and it came up with hemochromatosis I did not have anything on metal that day I got all the symptons I guess im just waiting to die im real low sick can not get no help im n scooba ms (5 replies)
... I went to court aug 22 this year metal detecto went off only when he put it under my left arm research shows HEMACHROMATOSIS I can not afford to go to the dr but I got all the stmptoms of HEMACHROMATOSIS (5 replies)
... years of no answers. I'm 51 year old female, with high hct noticed 11 years ago, along with high blood pressure. At the time, my hemotologist did all the tests for Polycythemia Vera, but the tests didn't confirm PV or other causes for the raised HCT. ... (5 replies)
... which is a bone marrow disorder that causes too many blood cells to be produced. ... (15 replies)
... Have you found out what causes the erythropoietin to go up? ... (19 replies)
... there is no way you have hemochromatosis with a ferritin of 8. Your HCT is likely high because of something else, and I would strongly suspect low oxygen levels stimulating the excess RBC formation. ... (5 replies)
... most of the time they do pick it up in a cbc test,usually they go by hemoglobin levels,mine have been out of whack "high", which in turn was due to smoking they call that secondary polycythemia, dehydration can also cause polycythemia or thick blood. ... (6 replies)
Is this normal?
Sep 6, 2011
... Hi!My name is Randy and I have Polycythemia Vera.THis is an illness which causes the bone marrow to produce too many blood cells total.A normal person has about 400,000 blood cells and when diagnosed I had 1,000,000. ... (1 replies)
Jun 22, 2012
... oncologist in summer of 2000.I had been sick for 3 to 4 years and didn't know what was wrong. ... (9 replies)
... Good morning, I am happy to hear your son is doing well. My prayers are with him. I have learned their are a few disorders under factor 5, one where the blood won't clot and one where the blood is to thick an clots so bad that it causes major health issues. ... (12 replies)
... the Secondary polycythemia is from other causes. One of which is high EPO, it tells the marrow to start making more RBC. ... (19 replies)

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