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... I have a high RBC 5. ... (0 replies)
... From reading, with iron deficiency anemia presents with a high RDW but mine is normal. any idea why? ... (0 replies)
... My psychologist told me I likely don't have anemia because my hematocrit is within normal ranges. ... (1 replies)

... I am no doc but from what I have learned you would be considered mildly anemic with a Hgb below range. I do know that the size of your blood cells appears to be severely small with a MCV of 61.5. In the case of T trait I am not sure exactly how it works but for typical anemia when one or more of the RBC, Hgb and Hct are below range you are considered anemic. You can have... (1 replies)
... short of breath, etc. I went to the doctor not even thinking anemia because CBC only a couple months before was normal as we're all metabolic tests. ... (1 replies)
... major, but below normal RDW i don think is dangerous, and usually i heard people don worry much about slightly below normal result, could be a normal biological difference in everybody. ... (2 replies)
... My daughter (age 4) has the following: MCV 70 (low) Normal Range (78-102) MCH 20,8 (low) Normal Range (27-35) RDW 18,5 (high) Normal Range (11-14) HGB 10,1 (low) Normal Range (12-16) HCT 34 (low) Normal Range (36 -49) She takes iron last time feritin was tested was borderline She had the hemoglobin test for the Thalassemia trait 3 times, it was negative the first two... (2 replies)
... ings but have been to a hematologist before. When a doctor gave me a small dose of Prednisone it was thought to have contributed to my labs being higher then my normal high so had to step down but the doctor sent me because it seemed chronic. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, I am looking for direction for any additional areas of testing which I can pursue. (posted this under general health by accident so apologize for repeat post) Bloodwork shows: Low WBC (-neutrophils) Low platelets (-high MPV) Normal RBC (-high RDW - normal hemoglobin, hematocrit, MCV, MCH) Very low iron (11 replies)
... Hi, I have just received some very confusing lab results on a CBC and I am somewhat concerned because the pattern of my CBC and iron tests follow anemia of chronic disease. However, I don't have any known chronic disease. I'm on the fence about iron deficiency, but the ferritin levels are normal and so are the volume percentages (MCV, MCHC, and MCH). I can't seem to find... (0 replies)
... One of the things you should look at is how the lymphocyte and monocytes change in relationship to the other. Lymphocytes are low/monocytes high. That means that there is something attacking your system and the monocytes are trying to keep the mess cleaned up. Have you had any chronic infections such as sinusitis, or bladder infections, gastritis etc. Also mononucleosis will... (3 replies)
... my CBC is entirely within the normal ranges. ... (3 replies)
... Hi all .. I had a complete blood count I and these items were flagged as Low- Hematocrit - 32.9 (L) Hemoglobin - 10.3 (L) MCH - 21.5 (L) MCHC - 31.3 (L) (0 replies)
... Hello everyone, new here (although I have been posting in the thyroid section for the last few days), but I was wondering if anyone could explain my lab results to me? Everything is within range but I just feel terrible every day, and I was wondering if any of this points to anything? Glucose: 97 Uric Acid: 4.4 BUN: 7 Creatinine: 0.79 eGFR: 104 BUN/Creatinine... (0 replies)
... For several years blood tests have reflected rising MCV and MCH. In October 2007 RBC was low at 3. ... (0 replies)
... headed, itchy dry skin, and other thyroid like symptoms off and on.. but my thyroid always comes back within normal limits. The last two CBC's I had done, has my Dr. questioning whether I have leukemia or not so she has referred me to a hematologist... ... (1 replies)
... Hi there. We are awaiting an appointment with a pediatric hematologist from Stanford. We've been playing phone tag and I am anxious to know what anyone thinks about my daughter's panels. December, 2004 (during a bladder infection) WBC 22.2 RBC 3.65 HGB 10.9 HCT 31.1 MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW - in normal range (0 replies)
... Hi Newbies, You are absolutely correct: black people, and to be specific, black women are known to have low white blood cell counts and it's usually completely normal. In the bloodsteam, there are a certain number of white blood cells floating around; however, there are also TONS of white blood cells which are sticking to the insides of the blood vessels not floating... (8 replies)
... This is a run down of everything that is included on a CBC. Hopefully this will help you. White blood cell (WBC) count is a count of the actual number of white blood cells per volume of blood. Both increases and decreases can be significant. White blood cell differential looks at the types of white blood cells present. There are five different types of white blood... (1 replies)
... said this is not normal bloodwork. So I am wondering if any of you have an idea what is going on with my blood? ... (2 replies)

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